Last weekend, brand new trains from South Korea were installed on the tracks of MRT-7 along Commonwealth Ave., Quezon City. News outlets posted photos of the process — San Miguel Corporation laying two plastic-covered heavy trains on the tracks. Looking at it reminded Pinoys of something we all love to do since the pandemic struck — online shop. Shortly after the photos were posted, Pinoys left comments pretending they were reviewing the train delivery. Check out the funniest MRT-7 reviews below!
Zombie from Busan?
No zombie freebie for us then.
Please wait for the ASMR unboxing on their channel!
You can find me in my room popping bubbles for days.
Kudos to the rider!
Please give your riders tips! They work extra hard.
At least malawak pagtataguan mo ‘pag wala kang bra.
Salamat na lang sa lahat, Shopee.
Mas makinis pa sa balat mo.
May oppa ba diyan?
Anneyonghaseyo? Kim Seonho or Park Seojun lang sapat na!
Five stars for this review!
Taking it for a test drive
Kapag hindi tumirik, five stars ka.
Six more train sets are set to arrive late in the year until 2022, until the Philippines reaches a total of 36 or 108 cars. These trains consist of three cars each and are 65.45 meters (214.73 feet) long. That’s longer than the length of an Olympic-sized swimming pool.
What do you think of these online shopping “reviews” for our new MRT 7?