Not all fans can meet their favorites in the flesh, but some can end up luckier than the rest! Case in point: The Pacquiao family rang in the 17th birthday of Mary Pacquiao with a good old-fashioned karaoke fest. The only difference? One of their guests happened to be none other than Super Junior’s Eunhyuk.
LOOK: Super Junior’s Eunhyuk Attends Mary Pacquiao’s 17th Birthday Party
The teen daughter of Manny and Jinkee Pacquiao celebrated her milestone birthday with her family, which also included the K-pop idol in attendance.
In Instagram Stories uploaded by Jinkee, the Korean star was seen singing several songs as their star guest, including covers of “As Long As You Love Me” by Backstreet Boys and “Beautiful” by Crush, popularized in the Goblin soundtrack.
Of course, a Eunhyuk singing session isn’t complete without belting out a song of his own. The Super Junior member also had the group’s hit “Sorry, Sorry” in his personal setlist for the night.
According to a post by Lee Jin Joo, the K-pop idol was invited to the family event, following a meeting between the two for Manny’s upcoming charity concert set to be directed by Eunhyuk.
While the Pacquiaos are no stranger to rubbing elbows with Korean stars, Eunhyuk’s unexpected appearance still left fans and netizens amused!
Netizens React to Super Junior’s Eunhyuk at Mary Pacquiao’s Birthday Party
Several users noted Eunhyuk’s casual demeanor and attire, which radiated peak Filipino party vibes.
While it seems like stuff of fan fiction, some couldn’t help but think about the funny reality of having your idol inside your house.
And let’s be real: Watching Eunhyuk is one thing, but having him film you is another feat!
However, what most netizens concluded is this: Can the Pacquiaos just adopt them?
Meanwhile, some users thought it could work the other way around. (Hyukjae Pacquiao, anyone?)
In the scenario where this netizen did get adopted by the Pacquiaos, they already have their debut plans laid out: 18 roses, featuring their K-pop biases. LOL!
Hope you had a great birthday, Mary!