Look! Student rides train to Legarda but ‘arrives in Busan South Korea’ during her vacant time at school


Image via Facebook post

With the Facebook’s latest trend “Saan Ka Dadalhin Ng Vacant Mo”, students from different schools have been giving extra efforts to contribute in the creation of  this viral buzz on social media where they seem to travel around the world with their uniforms on during their vacant time at school.

Niña Yturralde, a 20-year-old Chemical Engineering student from the University of Sto. Tomas gave her own version of the trend where she boarded the LRT heading Legarda and ended up arriving in Busan, South Korea.

On Thursday, April 13 she shared a series of photos of herself in school uniform in South Korea. The post reads: “Grabe fam, sumakay ako papuntang Legarda… sa Busan na ako nakababa.”

Apparently, it was just for the latest fad on Facebook where she thought of bringing her school uniform to South Korea so she could wear it and act according to her carefully-thought-of witty plan for her “Saan Ka Dadalhin Ng Vacant Mo” craze entry.

Unsurprisingly, the result was uproarious; making her post instantaneously viral gaining 25K reactions, more that 7.2K shares, and over 500 positive comments as of posting.

She outperformed everyone creating funny and amusing photos where she seemed to have been lost in the country.

Nag renovate ba???

Posted by Niña Yturralde on Thursday, April 13, 2017

Gulat me ganda ng tren

Posted by Niña Yturralde on Thursday, April 13, 2017

Di naman to pinoy???

Posted by Niña Yturralde on Thursday, April 13, 2017

Ay shet di naman to Legarda.

Posted by Niña Yturralde on Thursday, April 13, 2017

Shet shet shet

Posted by Niña Yturralde on Thursday, April 13, 2017

Sa mga akala na edited mga photos ko. Enough proof na ba to family photo namin? 😂

Posted by Niña Yturralde on Thursday, April 13, 2017

It’s funny how these students were able to invent cool ways to justify the mania’s concept. They have been challenging each other to post photos of them in places where they could spend their free time in.

This article has been viewed 10442 times. Article originally posted: April 17, 2017, 5:33 pm (UTC-0). Last update: April 17, 2017 at 5:38 pm (UTC-0).

Facebook Comments