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BTS to release an ”Essential Edition” of BE in February

After the release of the deluxe edition of their latest album ”BE” last November, BTS (I.G. @bts.bighitofficial) will release an ”Essential Edition” of ”BE” on Friday, February 19. According to a press release from Big Hit Entertainment, the new edition “encapsulates BTS’ deepest appreciation towards their fans who have stood by every milestone.”

Undoubtedly, K-pop’s albums are one of its distinctive items, as the presentation and special contents of the albums provide a special experience of connecting with the artists, making them a must-have collector’s item. The Essential Edition of ”BE” will contain all eight songs from the album contained in the deluxe edition: “Life Goes On,” “Fly to My Room,” “Blue & Grey,” “Skit,” “Telepathy,” “Dis-Ease,” “Stay,” and of course the Grammy-nominated hit single “Dynamite. Some of the unique features that the ”Essential Edition” will contain are:

  • 1 standard CD
  • 1 photo book (140-page, 158 X 214 X 13 mm)
  • 7 photocards
  • 1 photocard out of 8 photos (random)
  • 1 Poster (642 X 471 mm)

Along with some ”surprise gifts” to be revealed in the run-up to the release of the new edition. Pre-orders for BE’s ”essential edition” has begun as of January 25. You can pre-order at the following sites:

Weverse Global Shop | BTS US Store | BTS Japan Official Shop | Amazon (US) | Amazon (UK) |

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