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10 Filipino Dishes We Want DNCE to Try When They Visit the Philippines
Aside from balut, of course!
IMAGE Matt Robertson via Lee JinJoo | instagram.com/jinjootheguitargirl

During our time in South Korea with DNCE, the band was treated to a delicious traditional Korean breakfast which stars Miyeok-guk or the Korean birthday soup, which they really liked. 

In an interview, these guys revealed that they are planning to visit the Philippines soon. And we're happy that they are because we want to let them try Filipino favorites, too. Below, we listed down 10 Filipino food we want them to try.

  1. Adobo
  1. Sinigang
  1. Our favorite silogs

  1. Isaw

  1. Manggang hilaw with bagoong
  1. Champorado with tuyo
  1. Fishballs, tukneneng, and kwek-kwek

  1. Kare-kare with bagoong
  1. Sisig

  1. And of course, balut!

Ahhh, we can't wait to see DNCE in the country already! What would you want DNCE to try when they visit the Philippines? Leave a comment below or tweet us @candymagdotcom. We always love hearing from you. :)

Don't forget to purchase DNCE's self-titled album at Astroplus and Astrovision stores nationwide. You can also download and stream their album on Spotify, Spinnr, iTunes, and Apple Music.

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