LOOK: These TWICE fanboys found a way to save up for #TWICELANDMANILA!

All fans can relate the moment our faves drop that tour date, it’s time for some major #iponing.

For TWICE fanboys, Art Leornard Samson and Lith Angelo Portugalete, they decided to get creative.

In a tweet by @heyitsme_jirah, the two fanboys were busking somewhere the University of Santo Tomas (UST) grounds with a sign that read, “We can’t sell our kidneys so please help us see TWICE.” The tweet has generated more than 900 retweets and nearly 3,000 likes as of this writing.

Even PULP Live World’s Happee Sy-Go retweeted the viral video.

Both Samson and Portugalete are fourth-year Civil Engineering students and members of the UST Engineering’s Chorale.

To help them in their #iponing for #TWICELANDinManila, you may either give as they perform at Dapitan corner Asturias in UST or by clicking on this GoGetFunding link.

Related: Finally! TWICE confirms Manila leg of their world tour!

TWICE is set to perform in Manila as part of their world tour on June 29, 2019.

Cheska De Ocampo
Always up and about, Cheska was once asked if she always meets different people every single day. Well – not always – but almost because it is part of her job description and because she is actively involved in church. Having the opportunity to join KStreetManila, she combines two of her loves – writing and Korean culture. During her downtime (which somehow rarely happens), she is either scrolling through Twitter, writing for her blog, trying to be fit, reading a good book, or appreciating beauty and fashion.

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