[COVERAGE] BTS Hi-5/Fansign session in Singapore

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Bangtan Sonyeondam, also known as the Bangtan Boys and BTS, have just had their first full-length Asian Tour “2014 BTS LIVE TRILOGY ‘EPISODE II. THE RED BULLET” in Singapore on the 13th of Dec!

A day before the concert day, BTS had their hi-5 as well as fansign session for SG A.R.M.Ys at Shaw House Orchard! Look at what they had to say to their Singapore fans whom they’re meeting the first time!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HvZngVkpg_g

Despite being held up for an hour, fans of BTS (A.R.M.Ys) sang with BTS songs played at the venue and the fan chants were awesome! Nevertheless, the cheers were deafening when the boys appeared. 100 lucky fans got the fan-sign passes which allowed their purchased album to be signed by all 7 of them! VVIP ticket holders also had the chance to high-5 them, while the boys will warming-ly interlock their fingers with the fans. Sweet!

The fan-sign and hi-5 went by in a flash but I believe the fans were satisfied with the close encounters with their idols! Many thanks to Three Angles Production for the invite!

View the photos from the session on our facebook page, here:
https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.855163594534050.1073741845.253229304727485&type=1&l=6d6664c189

Coverage by: Joey
Photos by: Joey & Sandra
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[Travel] Travel Korea with a single ticket of ‘Rail-Ro Pass’

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An open ticket that allows multiple rides on rail services in Korea, Rail-Ro (내일로, Rail 路 (read “ro”)) Pass, is resuming its sales from November 25, 2014 until February 28, 2015.

Korail has been offering the tickets to young adults, ages 25 and under, giving the crowds the opportunity to go and see beautiful tourist attractions in Korea by train. Ticket holders can use any non-express rail service and may occupy standing or ‘first-come’ seats available on that day.

The tickets can be found at the ‘Korail Travel Center’ on the 3rd floor of Yeongdeungpo Station (Seoul Subway Line 1), available for on-site purchase as well as pick-up after phone reservation.

<User’s Guide>

 Eligibility  Travelers under 25 years of age (based on the date of departure)
 Ticket types  Naeillo 5-day pass (56,500 won),
Naeillo 7-day pass (62,700 won)
 Available trains  ITX–Cheongchun, ITX-Saemaeul, Saemaul-ho, Nuri-ro,  Mugunghwa and
commuter trains for standing and ‘first-come’ seats.
*Discount offered if seats are reserved: two times per passenger
(available for one-way trip only)
1) Discounts for regular trains on weekdays (Mondays through Fridays)
2) Discounts for tourism trains (O-train, V-train, DMZ-train)
(available for the entire operating period except on national holidays)
 Operating period  December 1, 2014-March 6, 2015
 Ticket sales  November 25, 2014-February 28, 2015 (total of 96 days)
 Requirement  ID cards (passports)

 

More Info

☞ Phone inquiries (weekdays only 09:00-18:00)
-English: +82-2-2678-7723, +82-2-2639-3650
-Chinese: +82-2-2678-7723, +82-2-2639-3638
☞ Email inquiries
    -English: withcjh@korail.com / klhg81@korail.com
-Chinese: s5phi2@korail.coom
☞ Website: www.letskorail.com (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
☞ 1330 Korea Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330 (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)

Cr: Visit Korea/Korail