Heads up, ARMY! The BTS pop-up store in Manila is still open

posted October 19, 2021 at 09:35 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
ARMY called and SM Megamall answered, as the Mandaluyong-based mall announced the extension of the BTS pop-up store until Oct. 31. 

The BTS Pop-up: Map of the Soul showcase at Mega Fashion Hall is extended until Oct. 31. 
In a statement, SM Megamall said the extension of the BTS Pop-Up: Map of the Soul showcase was due to popular demand. 

With the extension comes the release of new merchandise including the TinyTAN collection inspired by BTS’ record-breaking disco pop single “Dynamite”.

The TinyTAN Dynamite Collection explodes with fun items, including stylish T-shirts and shorts with prints and lyrics of the song, as well as office supplies like mouse pads, note set, spiral notebooks, puzzles, pens, and cable tie sets.

Shoppers can score other bestsellers including figurines of each BTS member, bottle openers, muddlers, glasses, and reusable tumblers with Dynamite logos and designs.

TinyTAN Dynamite merchandise: (clockwise) figures, spiral notebooks, stationery collection, and bags and apparel.
Advance registration is still required through online booking platform Morningkall. There is a queue available for walk-ins. Only five walk-ins are allowed per slot. Physical distancing and crowd control will be enforced to ensure safety of patrons.

The BTS Pop-Up: Map of the Soul showcase on the third level of Mega Fashion Hall was initially scheduled to close after August 29. It opened on May 29. 

Topics: SM Megamall , BTS Pop-Up: Map of the Soul , Mega Fashion Hall , BTS , TinyTAN Dynamite Collection
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