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K-Pop idol Chanty becomes emotional as she recalls her days with ABS-CBN

Chanty remarked that she was able to utilize her learnings from ABS-CBN during her K-Pop training in Korea.

K-Pop idol Chanty becomes emotional as she recalls her days with ABS-CBN-Toff C.
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09/06/2022 03:01 PM
K-Pop idol Chanty becomes emotional as she recalls her days with ABS-CBN
Screenshot from PIE Channel YouTube Channel and photo credit to @official.lapillus Instagram

Lapillus member Chanty could not help but be emotional after walking down memory lane and seeing a clip of her previous ABS-CBN show during her guest appearance in PIE Channel's Piegalingan.

"Na-touch ako, grabe. Super na-touch ako kasi 'yun nga, ang dami kong na-experience dito sa ABS-CBN. Super grateful ako sa lahat nang natutunan ko dito and dahil sa experience ko dito, nadala ko siya sa Korea," a teary-eyed Chanty said.

Chanty relayed that her experiences in the Kapamilya network became her foundation to thrive in her training in Korea as a K-Pop idol.


"Iyon 'yung nagbigay sa akin ng strength and ng motivation to keep going kasi sobrang hirap talaga ang training sa Korea nung time na 'yun especially hindi ko rin alam kung ano 'yung magiging reaction, like how it is going to go after our debut or magde-debut talaga ako so super nag-risk ako and yeah super grateful ako. Na-touch ako nakita ko 'yung sarili ko," she said.

The K-Pop star was also asked how she feels visiting the Philippines again after two years of training in Korea.  

"Hindi ako makapaniwala kasi two years na since bumalik ako dito so parang feeling ko nananaginip ako at ang sarap sa tainga pagdating namin sa airport Tagalog 'yung naririnig ko," she shared. 

Chanty also extended her gratitude to their Filipino fans for the warm welcome they received.

"Super grateful ako and humbled kasi paglapag na paglapag namin dito ang aming mga fans ang positive nang pag-welcome sa amin," she stated. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by @official.lapillus

On what she missed most about the Philippines, Chanty confessed that she misses the food.

"Pinakbet, daing, 'yung mga ganun, champorado, langka, 'yung mga ganyan," she said.

It was in June when Chanty made her debut as a K-Pop idol as part of Lapillus.

The music video for their debut single "Hit Ya" premiered on June 20.

"One of the charming points of our group is that we’re so diverse, we come from different backgrounds, we speak many languages so if we go to a certain country, we could communicate with our fans there," she said in a virtual interview with the Philippine media back in June.

READ: Meet the members of K-Pop group Lapillus including Filipino-Argentinian Chanty

"Since we just debuted, we’re going to focus on our promotions here in Korea, but our company as well as Lapillus, we have this desire to go more global and meet our global fans as well. For now, we only have English lines with the lyrics. Maybe in the long run, it could be possible [to include Filipino lines]. Who knows?" she added.

Lapillus is composed of six members from different backgrounds including Chanty (Filipino-Argentinian), Bessie (Korean), Seowon (Korean), Haeun (Korean), Shana (Japanese), and Yue (Chinese-American).

The group is currently in the Philippines for a fan meet and series of guest appearances.