BTS LEGO arriving in Metro Manila on March 4
LEGO-loving Filipino ARMY can finally get their hands on the much-awaited BTS LEGO set, which will be available in Metro Manila starting March 4.
The set includes the donut shop, ice cream truck, and record store featured in BTS' "Dynamite" music video, with each building fully detachable from the set.
The 749-piece set also includes all seven minifigures of the band members, RM, Jin, SUGA, j-hope, Jimin, V, and Jung Kook, in LEGO minifigure form for the first time.
The set will retail for P7,299 and will be available at the LEGO Certified Store in BGC, Taguig, starting March 4.
It will also be available in other LEGO Certified Stores across Metro Manila, including Alabang Town Center, Trinoma, Ayala Malls the 30th, and UP Town Center, starting March 5. Early birds can also receive a special gift with their purchase of the LEGO Ideas BTS Dynamite Set until supplies last, and enjoy fun activities throughout the day, including access to an exclusive BTS Photo Booth. Fans of both LEGO and BTS are excitedly awaiting the release of the set and can't wait to get their hands on it.
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