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  • Cape Town, South Africa


BTS ARMY Ubuntu was a concept born because charity is at the heart of what we do as ARMY. During Festa, we always strive to do more. Together with BangtanmoonlightSA, we promoted a simple concept – During the month of June, perform random acts of kindness. There was no limit on how many, how big or small. We loved seeing […]

BTS Comeback Carnival

In collaboration with @IHeartKpop_za and dewyface we’re running a BTS Comeback Carnival event for ARMY in Johannesburg to celebrate the release of BTS’ album, ‘Map of the Soul: 7’. There was:• A Blood Drive• Concert Watch Party• Cupsleeves• K-Beauty• BTS Merch• A photowall and much more! A huge thank you to all the JHB ARMY who came out to support […]

BTS Open Streets

In collaboration with @IHeartKpop_za we participated in Cape Town’s BTS Open Streets, held on the 23rd of February. It was a fun afternoon of dancing, singing, cheering, photo-taking and memory-making! Thank you to all the Capetonian ARMY who came out to support our initiative! Read more about our events!

Bring The Soul: The Movie

Bring the Soul: The Movie makes it to South African cinemas! The BTS film, Bring The Soul: The Movie hits cinemas this August! We’ve had 1000+ ARMY bracelet’s made for ARMY. Attend any Saturday screening across South Africa, get a bracelet from Ster-Kinekor! Thank you to @armybracelet for the inspiration! #ARMYBRACELET Explore some of our other projects!

BTS World Tour: Love Yourself in Seoul

We’re so excited about BTS’ new film, BTS World Tour: Love Yourself in Seoul coming to South African cinemas. To celebrate the concert film’s release in cinemas across South Africa on 26 January, we’ve partnered with Ster-Kinekor once again. We’ve had thousands of purple, heart-shaped lollipops made for ARMY across the country. Ster-kinekor staff will distribute them at select shows […]

BTS on radio in South Africa

In 2018, a few months after we started our fanbase, we partnered with Official Korea-South Africa (@KSA) to deliver cupcakes and a copy of BTS’ new album ‘Love Yourself: Tear’ to South African DJ’s working on prominent radio platforms across the country. Our hope was that they’d listen to the album, but also that the fandom philosophy of paying kindness forward would resonate with them and maybe, just maybe, they’d play ‘Fake Love’ on radio. At the time, local HeartFM DJ, Lunga Singama had a Saturday segment called ‘The Kpop Sound System’ and we were fortunate to have him play the song a number of times in the weeks following the single’s release. Similarly, Matt Phoenix who headlined a Kpop show on UCT Radio, also played the song multiple times.