K-pop goods market coming soon
Want to get your hands on some rare merchandise from your favorite K-pop group? Do you have some K-pop collector’s items laying around the house that you’d like to share?
The first “K-Pop Goods Flea Market” will be held on Oct. 20 at Coex Hall A in southern Seoul. There, K-pop fans will be able to buy and sell products related to their favorite acts. The event is open to the public, and anyone can sign up and join.
Organized by Blank.K, a travel agency and a subsidiary of Blank Corporation, the event has been planned as a part of the company’s travel packages for K-pop fans. Vendors only needed to sign up for a booth if they would like to participate. There are no extra fees.
“Around 1,000 vendors have signed up [so far],” Blank.K said in a release.
“We hope that this becomes a new K-pop festivity and also chance for K-pop fans from around the world to communicate and share their love for K-pop.”
By Yoon So-yeon
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