UST students are 'Grand Champions' on Eat Bulaga's "Pinoy Henyo" InterCollegiate Edition

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Two students from the University of Sto. Tomas (UST) emerged as Grand Champions on Eat Bulaga's "Pinoy Henyo: Intercollegiate Edition" Grand Finals held earlier today, June 23, 2012.


Photo Credit: Eat Bulaga FB Page


Among the 8 grand finalists, it's UST's Jeff Acala, a Comm. Arts student, and Ninna Bonsol, a student of Legal Management, who got the highest correct words: 7 out of 10 "henyo" words within the given time period of 3 minutes.

Jeff and Nina's 7 correct words were: "Butong Pakwan", "Sausage", "Libya", "Laing", "Austria", "Marinduque" and "Peanut". They're the only ones who correctly guessed "Peanut" and the fastest to get 1 correct word, at only 20 seconds when they got "Butong Pakwan" which the other finalists found too difficult.

The other 3 words that the students from UST failed to guess were: "Aurora Boulevard", "Bali" and "Puto Bumbong".

No one was able to guess "Aurora Boulevard". The students from the National College of Business and Arts (NCBA), who finished in 2nd place with 5 out of 10, were the only contestants who got the word "Puto Bumbong", while Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP) was the sole team who guessed "Bali", their only correct word out of 10.

It was just funny that the finalist from the University of the East (UE) thought that Bali, a famous Indonesian province and island, is located in the Philippines, somewhere in the Visayas. The Thomasian student also got confused over Kuala Lumpur as a place in Indonesia (and not in Malaysia) while they were guessing "Bali".

As grand winners, Jeff and Ninna won P400,000 cash, two MacBook Pro laptops and a Pinoy Henyo trophy.

Here's the complete results of "Pinoy Henyo: InterCollegiate Edition" Grand Finals...

1st Place - Jeff and Ninna from the University of Sto. Tomas (UST) = 7 / 10
(Butong Pakwan @ 20 sec, Sausage @ 1:20 min, Libya @ 1:31 min, Laing @ 1:48 min, Austria @ 1:58 min, Marinduque @ 2:44 min, Peanut @ 2:55 min)

2nd Place - Charles and Cristopher James Turio from the National College of Business and Arts (NCBA) = 5 / 10
(Sausage @ 1:03 min, Libya @ 1:18 min, Austria @ 2:30 min, Puto Bumbong @ 2:42 min, Marinduque @ 2:57 min)

3rd Place - Jayvee Fajutagana and Therese Villanueva from Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Pasig (PLP) = 4 / 10
(Sausage @ 1:03 min, Libya @ 1:16 min, Austria @ 1:49 min, Marinduque @ 2:44 min)

4th Place - Jhove Banaag and Say Llanes from Laguna State Polytechnic University (LSPU) = 3 / 10
(Butong Pakwan @ 1:09 min, Sausage @ 2:14 min, Libya @ 2:49 min)

5th Place - Mark and Frederic from Our Lady of Fatima University (OLFU) = 3 / 10
(Sausage @ 2:04 min, Libya @ 2:27 min, Laing @ 2:54 min)

6th Place - Celica Frias and Ledyll Santos from the University of the East (UE) = 2 / 10
(Sausage @ 2:09 min, Libya @ 2:22 min)

7th Place - CL Bernil and Jenny Vargas from the Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP) = 1 / 10
(Bali @ 1:41 min)

8th Place - Yel Sanao and Lyn Son from Central Colleges of the Philippines (CCP) = 1 / 10
(Libya @ 2:49 min)

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