Chinese Fan Organizes A Big Exhibition for BTS Member Jin
The BTS fever has reached all parts of the globe, especially in China. It was reported that a Chinese ARMY and a huge fan of BTS Member Jin organized a gorgeous exhibition titled "Fly Me To The Moon." The said exhibition can be found in Beijing.
The major centerpiece of the exhibition is the beautiful "Moon" stage which is based on Jin's solo performance in the BTS online concert. The Chinese fan, under the name ChinaJinBar might have loved that part so much and put so much effort and dedication into putting up this exhibition. A part of the exhibition is an asteroid which is inspired by Jin's stage and popular children's book "The Little Prince."
Reports have also said that visitors who drop in the exhibition can also get souvenirs in the venue. Like the other BTS members, Jin also has millions of fans around the world. This place is definitely a must-go venue for BTS Army now.
In relation to BTS exhibitions, HYBE (formally Big Hit Entertainment) is officially opening their company museum next month, May 14. HYBE INSIGHT is located on the B1 and B2 floor of the company building, located in Seoul's Yongsan district.
The said museum is a way to continue and operate HYBE's mission statement, "We Believe in Music." The museum aims to be a cultural space for all things related to HYBE, as well as a place to promote and commemorate the groups under their label and their respective fandoms.
One of the main highlights for the museum will be the BTS visual art exhibition which is based on the group's "Seven Phases" series created by U.S.-based visual artist James Jean.
BTS or Bangtan Sonyeondan made its debut in 2010 under the South Korean record label Big Hit Entertainment. The group consists of the following members: Jimin, SUGA, RM, Jin, Jung Kook, V, and J-Hope. The group's upcoming digital single, "Butter," is slated to be released on May 21.