Momoland Also Appeared As The Presenter Of This Year’s Best Fandom Award ‘Premios Mejor Fandom’, And They Personally Presented The Award To The Winning Artist.
Recently on July 22 KST, Momoland was spotted attending the “Premios Juventud 2022” held in Puerto Rico. On that occasion Momoland was nominated under the “Premio Juventud for Girl Power” category for their significant achievements around the world. Momoland also appeared as the presenter of this year’s best fandom award “Premios mejor fandom”, and they personally presented the award to the winning artist.
“Premios Juventud” is a large-scale award ceremony held for Spanish-speaking singers, actors, sports stars and more in the arts and culture, and is broadcast in 6 different countries including the United States, Puerto Rico, Colombia, Peru, Venezuela and the Republic of Indonesia. Dominica. This year, top Latin artists such as Daddy Yankee, Nati Natasha, and Maluma were nominated for the award.
Meanwhile, Momoland previously collaborated with artist Nati Natasha for the song “Yummy Yummy Love” in January this year, and the song received much love from fans around the world. The music video currently has over 36 million views on YouTube.
Momoland was formed through the Mnet survival program “Finding Momoland” starting a reality show created by Duble Kick Entertainment in which a group of seven members was chosen from ten trainees. It was decided that the members would make their debut. Final Mission was unable to gather 3,000 viewers, and the official debut was delayed. On October 26, 2016, the group was appointed ambassadors for the International Relief Development NGO Plan Korea.
The group’s debut showcase was held on November 9 of the same year. On November 10, their debut mini album Welcome to Momoland was released, and made their debut appearance with the single “Jjan! Koong! Kwang!” through the music television program M Countdown. The album was made possible by crowdfunding to cover the costs of producing the physical format. On December 27, the group except for Yeonwoo, who stopped working due to lower back pain, attended SBS Gayo Daejeon. In October 2016, the group was appointed as the public relations ambassador for the International Relief Development NGO Plan Korea, volunteering at Phuc Luong Village in Thai Nguyen, Vietnam from 12 to 16 December 2017, to encourage Happy Mov students to participate in the construction of a Kindergarten service. .