Big Hit’s New Building To Include A ‘BTS Museum’ To Showcase The History Of The Group

This new building is top-notch!

Big Hit Entertainment, who is home to top K-Pop idol group BTS, recently moved to a new building located at the Yongsan Trade Center.

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The location of the new building is a hot spot as it overlooks the Han River towards the front and Namsan in the back.

This building has 19 floors above ground and seven floors below ground, which is more than enough space to house all the other labels that will now be a part of HYBE.

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Another thing to note is that it will have a total of three floors dedicated to practice rooms that can be used through a reservation system. BTS, who are a part of Big Hit, are no exception to this policy.

Since there are many artists under affiliated labels, they will be using this system in order to use the practice rooms in a fair manner. Affiliated labels will have to pay a fee to use the practice rooms as well. Because they are officially a separate corporation, it is a natural route to take in terms of corporate accounting.

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Two of the seven floors underground will be dedicated to building a museum for BTS. This museum will cover the history of BTS since their debut in 2013. Records related to BTS and the members, including trophies and awards, will be exhibited in the museum. This ‘BTS Museum’ is expected to become another hot spot for fans around the world. This museum is planning to be opened to the public with a fee.

Netizens are divided about the reservation system for the new building.

  • “My office also uses the reservation system for our meeting rooms and it seems like an efficient way to run things.”
  • “BTS took a big part in helping the agency move to that building. They should give them their own floor!”
  • “I thought for sure they would have given BTS a floor for themselves!”
  • “Don’t the boys deserve a whole floor to themselves!?”
  • “I mean usually offices use this type of system too…but I think it would be okay for BTS to have their own practice rooms…aren’t they the ones making up most of the sales for the company anyway?”

Who’s excited for this new musem?

Source: star news and theqoo