BTS’s company decided to do everything possible to commemorate the group’s dynamic history in the field of entertainment, and promised to establish a BTS museum to celebrate.
The center of the Yongsan district in Seoul, South Korea, overlooking the Han River, is said to have 19 floors, of which two underground areas are dedicated to museums.
It will display the organization’s awards, trophies, and other exhibits to the public at a nominal fee.
Three floors will be reserved for practice rooms, as practice rooms can only be obtained by appointment, and netizens around the world are fair. One social network stated, “I mean, offices usually use this kind of system … But I think it’s okay for BTS to have their own practice room … Don’t they represent most of the sales or marketing business?
The Company? And another thinks, “Shouldn’t the boys defend themselves?”