In addition to the exhibition, 11 cinemas in Hong Kong will screen two solo BTS documentaries of J-Hope and Suga. With these upcoming BTS-related events, the BTS ARMY is definitely in for a treat!
The exhibition will take place on the sixth floor of the K11 MUSEA in Tsim Sha Tsui, in the K11 Art & Cultural Centre. Visitors are only allowed 60 minutes per session anytime between 10 am to 10 pm.
Admission tickets cost HKD 198 (approx. SGD 34) for Monday to Thursday; and HKD 248 (approx. SGD 43) for Friday to Sunday and public holidays. Tickets go on sale from June 2 at 10am (SG time) via trip.com.
The exhibition title draws from the group’s eponymous anthology album. It promises visitors the chance to relive various historical moments of BTS’s career. Designed by the same team in South Korea, the exhibition features multiple rooms and includes photos, videos, and experiential installations. Grab the chance to purchase limited-edition products including souvenirs that are exclusive to Hong Kong.
Interestingly, the exhibition coincides with the group’s upcoming anniversary on June 13 and ARMY’s birthday on July 9. Los Angeles is also holding a similar exhibition taking fans through an immersive visual journey. The show first made its way to Seoul last year, followed by Busan and Tokyo.
Since BTS’ debut in 2013, the group’s list of accolades is difficult to summarise. From breaking Guinness World Records, releasing record-breaking tracks, winning global awards, and championing Asian representation in the music scene, they have done it all.
Even though the seven-member band is taking a break from group activities, they have had non-stop releases. These include solo albums, collaborative singles, luxury brand ambassadorships, solo performances, and much more.
It’s not surprising that a BTS exhibition is coming to the city. The Grammy-nominated group performed several times in Hong Kong, including four shows for the BTS Love Yourself World Tour at the AsiaWorld-Expo in 2019.
The Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA) was also held in Hong Kong until 2018. BTS have made appearances, performed, and won awards. While fans wait for their reunion, the exhibition is an opportunity to see exclusive photographs, videos, and other installations.