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B2ST to Launch Special Event Celebrating 5th Anniversary

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2014.10.13 14:17 Newsen Lee Min Ji Translation Credit : Yeawon Jung

B2ST will be carrying out a 5th anniversary event along with one of the biggest album stores in Korea.

On October 20, B2ST will be releasing the special 7th mini album Time including the title song 12:50 and launch ‘B2ST 5th Anniversary Special Event’ in Gyopo Hottracks album store located in Gwanghwamun, Seoul.

The special event will be celebrating B2ST’s 5th anniversary since the group′s debut and allow the fans to directly participate in order to commemorate the past five years together. The events will begin on October 21 in Gyobo Hottracks, one of the biggest album stores in Korea.

The first event is ‘B2ST 5th Anniversary Design Contest′ and will be selecting the best design out of B2ST’s 5th anniversary celebration image and message submitted by the fans.

The winning design will be made into a large banner and be hung in front of Gyobo Hottracks in Gwanghwamun and the winner will also receive a gift box worth 200,000 won.

The first 561 fans who purchase B2ST’s new album from Gyobo Hottracks in Gwanghwamun will also be receiving specially made B2ST bromide photographs. The number 561 represents ‘For 5 years, 6 members of B2ST, were 1.’

B2ST to Launch Special Event Celebrating 5th Anniversary

A message board will also be placed inside the store, where any B2ST fan can write a message to B2ST on the memo card. The cards submitted by the fans will then be given to the B2ST members once the event concludes.

B2ST has been releasing the 7th mini album tracks one by one through Cube’s official Sound Cloud account at 12:30 a.m. every night. So far, songs of various genres have been unveiled, including So Hot, Stay, Close My Eyes and Its All Good. The title song 12:30 will be released along with the album on October 20.

Photo credit: Cube Entertainment

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