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Korean pop group Momoland films in Marianas

(MVA) —  Korean idol group Momoland, whose song “Bboom Bboom” was ranked #1 on Korean music charts in April, visited the Marianas this month to shoot a music video for the song and film a reality television show.

The music video for the Japanese version of “Bboom Bboom” was shot in Saipan and highlighted the destination’s beautiful natural scenery and locations.   There were nearly 50 people involved in the film group from April 27 to May 2, including nine Momoland members (Hyebin, Yeonwoo, Jane, Taeha, Nayoon, Daisy, Ahin, Jui and Nancy) and a 40-member production crew.

Members of K-pop group Momoland and their video production crew visit the Last Command post on April 30, 2018, on Saipan.Members of K-pop group Momoland and their video production crew visit the Last Command post on April 30, 2018, on Saipan.

The  music  video  team  arrived  early  to  develop  film  concepts  and  identify  ideal production locations by visiting hotels, waterpark, Micro Beach, Paupau Beach, Ladder Beach, Marpi and shopping malls.  They filmed the music video at the entrance and gardens of Aqua Resort Saipan, the waterpark at Pacific Island Club Saipan, the lobby of Imperial Pacific Resort Hotel, sunset at Micro Beach, Ladder Beach, and Managaha Island. The beautiful nature scenes on Saipan set the background and receive extensive coverage in the music video, whose general concept was a treasure hunt in the forest.

“The media exposure value of Momoland’s video shoot is going to be tremendous for the Marianas.   They are one of the top up-and-coming K-Pop groups in Korea,” said MVA acting Managing Director Judy Torres.  “All parties involved in the project, including the artists, expressed strong satisfaction and appreciation for the support they received from MVA and our tourism partners. The music video film team also expressed they would like to also visit Tinian and Rota for future projects.”

Members of K-pop group Momoland film the music video for the Japanese version of their #1 hit “Bboom Bboom” on  April 29, 2018,  at Micro  Beach.  MVA photosMembers of K-pop group Momoland film the music video for the Japanese version of their #1 hit “Bboom Bboom” on April 29, 2018, at Micro Beach. MVA photos

The Japanese version of the music video is expected to be released in mid-June through

J-pop music channels as well as social media channels including YouTube and Instagram.

The reality show “Momoland’s Beautiful Days in Saipan” episode will be released in Korea through V App Live, Naver TV, MBC Music and cable broadcasting channels. The filming involved Sea Touch and Jetovator by Let’s Go Tour, Mandi Asia Spa, T Galleria, and I Love Saipan.