BTS’ purple time capsule box is now available for the public to see at the National Museum of Korean Contemporary History.
BTS’ Purple Time Capsule Box Displayed at National Museum of Korean Contemporary History
On September 19, 2020, BTS attended South Korea’s “1st Youth Day” ceremony at the Blue House. In addition, the members of BTS delivered a speech as youth representatives.
BTS also delivered a purple time capsule box for future youth to President Moon Jae In during the special event. In addition, purple is a color associated with the septet’s signature phrase “Borahae” or “I Purple You” for BTS fans, ARMY.
The purple box measures 40-centimeter-long, 30-centimeter-wide, and 26-centimeter-deep and has a white BTS logo on the top. It is kept safely in a big glass box and on display in the fifth-floor permanent exhibition hall at the museum.
Moreover, visitors can watch BTS’ inspirational and encouraging messages of dreams and hopes in Korea’s first Youth Day on the screen above the BTS’ time capsule box display at the National Museum of Korean Contemporary History.
What’s inside BTS’ purple time capsule box, and when will it be opened?
The box reportedly includes objects related to youth, BTS’ music, and their loyal fandom ARMY. The BTS’ time capsule box will be opened at the 20th Youth Day ceremony in 2039. That is 19 years from that day and in line with the age of youth begins.
Let’s watch BTS’ inspirational speech at Korea’s 1st “Youth Day” ceremony with English subtitles below.
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