Good News, ARMY: The BTS Pop-Up Store in Manila Has Been Extended
Don't miss your chance to visit!
(SPOT.ph) In late May, the BTS Pop-Up: Map of the Soul store officially opened its showcase in Metro Manila. In order to visit and shop at the outpost, customers were required to reserve a slot—and we heard those openings filled up fast. In case you weren’t able to book a slot for yourself, here’s some good news: Though the BTS Pop-Up was originally scheduled to run until August 29, the showcase was extended until October 31!
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The BTS Pop-Up: Map of the Soul store is where you can shop all things BTS including clothing, accessories, stationery, toys, home decor, and more. Each item features a design, color scheme, illustration, or reference lifted straight from the wildly popular K-Pop group’s songs, albums, and music videos. The shop is also decked out in IG-worthy decor and art pieces that fans would totally swoon over.
According to morningKall, the extended run also means cool new products to look forward to. Though the shop offers a wide selection of BTS-themed collectibles, items can go out of stock pretty fast. Luckily, the in-store selection is habitually replenished and updated, which means each visit to the shop offers new discoveries.
The reservation process to visit the store will remain the same during its extended run. To register, log on to morningKall's website and sign up for your desired date and timeslot. Online reservations for store visits will open every Wednesday at 10 a.m.
To get you excited for your upcoming visit, take a look inside the BTS Pop-Up: Map of the Soul showcase in Metro Manila:
The BTS Pop-Up: Map of the Soul showcase in Metro Manila is at 3/FmMega Fashion Hall, SM Megamall, Mandaluyong City. It’s open every day from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
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