The pop-up is one of three exclusive showcases globally and will run until Feb 14 2021.
Singapore ARMY’s, you can look out for the BTS Pop-Up: MAP OF THE SOUL showcase coming to Singapore soon from Nov 14, 2020 to Feb 14, 2021.
The pop-up store, located at Plaza Singapura (#01-08, 09), is one of three exclusive showcases as part of the series that follows the concept from BTS’ MAP OF THE SOUL: 7 album. The other physical showcases are held in Seoul and Tokyo.
Fans can keep an eye out for the pre-reservation website on morningKall from Nov 6 to reserve their tickets.
Online reservation for each weekly session will open on every Friday throughout the pop-up. Only 12 one-hour slots are available daily and you can find out more about the pre-reservation guidelines here.
If you are unable to head down to the showcase, fret not. BTS Pop-Up: MAP OF THE SOUL is also held virtually in selected countries, including Singapore.
The Asia online store will open on Nov 14. Pre-registration began on Oct 30 and you can reserve your tickets from morningKall here.
According to Big Hit IP, the pop-up aims to provide a differentiated fan experience to bring artists and fans together amidst the pandemic, where concerts and tours have been cancelled.
As part of COVID-19 precautionary measures, there will be a guest limit to ensure safe distancing between customers. Hand sanitisers will also be provided at both entrances and exits.
Guests are limited to a maximum stay of one hour and there is a purchase limit of three of the same item per person, depending on the product size.
For more information, visit the official announcement here.
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