(x)clusive!: Attending BTS The Red Bullet in Singapore Fansign and Hi-5 Session is No More Dream


Having gained a large following of loyal fans since debut, it was not the least shocking when hundreds of A.R.M.Ys (an affectionate term for fans of BTS) crowded Shaw House Urban Plaza last night to catch a glimpse of the popular boy group.

Despite an hour delay, the members of BTS, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Rap Monster, Jimin, V and Jungkook, redeemed the situation by charming the crowd with their antics. Noticeably V, who was constantly throwing winks, hearts and kisses in every direction. Raise your hand if you fell victim to the cheese of Kim Taehyung?


Not forgetting the Leader, Rap Monster, who apologized in perfect English with regards to the delay due to the heavy traffic. He added that “I’m really sorry that you guys had to wait for so long. I am really excited to be in Singapore and looking forward to meeting all of you at the concert tomorrow. Let’s have fun!”

The Fansign proceeded with 100 lucky fans heading to stage to get their album signed. The best part of all was undeniably the fact that their names could be written on that said album, which was usually not allowed (at least in the case of Fansigns of Korean artistes in Singapore). 500 fans who bought the CAT1 VVIP tickets were also entitled to a Hi-5 session with the group. Jealous much?


It was no doubt a dream come true for A.R.M.Ys who managed to not only see the group in flesh, but also got an up-close and personal chance with them at the Fansign and Hi-5 session.

We can’t wait to meet them again at their concert tonight. Stay tuned to our updates and see you there!

A big thank you to Three Angles Production for extending the event invite. (x)clusive is also proud to be the Supporting Online Media for BTS 2014 Live Trilogy Episode II: The Red Bullet in Singapore.



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