The routine concludes with Filipino singer Sarah Geronimo’s “Tala,” a 2016 song which has recently become a viral dance challenge.
To unsuspecting viewers, the surprise performance could easily pass for a dance cover, and the idea begins to make sense when one finds out that the groom and his friends are, in fact, senior members of an actual dance group called Power Se7en Dancers.
On the other hand, the bride, Dannesa Mallorca, happens to be — you guessed it — a K-pop fan.
“When the bride is a KPOP fan, and the groom has a group of dancers as friends,” Power Seven wrote in the post.
The group explained that the choreography differed slightly from those in the original songs, mainly because the dancers lacked time to practice (which of course is understandable).
Nonetheless, such a performance is undoubtedly a surprise for a bride who loves K-pop.
“These guys right here had to spare time apart from their day jobs and gigs just to surprise the lovely bride. Hoping KPOP fans out there will enjoy this! This is every KPOP fanatic bride is dreaming of,” Power Seven added.
Facebook users congratulated the newlyweds and praised the groom for his efforts:
“If my groom isn’t doing this at our wedding I’m not going.”
“The best part was when they danced to Taeyang’s ‘Wedding Dress!'”
“Just to do this one time for his wife at their wedding, they can dance! This is soooo nice!!!”
“I wanna get married all over again and have my husband surprise me with BTS songs. I’d be happy forever.”
“Congratulations to the newlyweds! Wish u all the best! The dancers were so amazing, I love it! Plus doing the ‘Tala’ dance! I’m obsessed with that song and dance! Wow!!! So good! Big thumbs up from a me, a K-Pop fan!”
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