PENTAGON sings ‘Daisy’ in Filipino, tries Filipino dishes

PENTAGON tries to sing their latest song, “Daisy”, in three languages — Filipino included — and we think they nailed it!

The boys were divided into three groups to take on the challenge singing their song in Indonesian, Brazilian, and Filipino. The two groups with least mistakes get to eat food of the language’s country.

Among the food they ate were chicken inasal, turon, inihaw na sugpo, and watermelon juice. Also, member Kino revealed that stayed briefly in the Philippines, and he did remember some words!

Check out the full video below!

PENTAGON are no strangers to the Philippines as they were guests in TV5’s 2017 New Year Countdown Party and Super Pop Con last July 2017.

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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