RS Francisco says K-Pop group MOMOLAND does charity work away from the spotlight.
K-Pop group MOMOLAND is back in the country for the second time for an exclusive fan meeting organized by a multi-level marketing company headed by RS Francisco.
Before the group met with some of their Filipino Merries (MOMOLAND fans) at the ABS-CBN Vertis Tent, the K-Pop group composed of Nancy, Ahin, Hyebin, Taeha, Daisy, Nayun, Jooe, and Jane caught up with the press and shared how happy they were to be back in the country.
Apparently, MOMOLAND, who arrived in the country last Sunday, December 2, visited a medically-challenged Filipino child before attending the ribbon cutting ceremonies for the new office of the marketing company. But according to Frontrow President RS Francisco, the group didn't actually want to disclose to the public their visit to their sick fan.
"As you know, Frontrow has put [up] Frontrow Cares Foundation. It is our formal way of giving back to different charities. It doesn't matter if it's health, or it's education, arts, animal welfare, or children welfare. We're having our Frontrow Cares concert on December 16. We will be giving to more than 28 charities again. And we will be giving 100% of the proceeds. Not 10%, not 50% but all of what we make, we will give to all the charities," he said.
"In fact, I was so touched that MOMOLAND has taken the initiative before coming over here to the ribbon cutting they visited a patient. Actually, we're trying to make it low key because they don't want to announce that they are doing charity work also. But a while ago, they made someone very happy—a medically-challenged patient who was very, very happy a while ago. With that, I'm expecting more good things from them," he added.
Meanwhile, one of its members, Yeonwoo, was unable to join the group due to health reasons.
MOMOLAND is set to hold another fan meeting on December 9 in Vigan, Ilocos Sur.
On January 25, 2019, the group will hold another fan meeting at the Araneta Coliseum.