BTS and LE SSERAFIM’s Stage Outfits to be Displayed in Large Exhibition at GRAMMY Museum

According to AP News on July 9th (local time), the GRAMMY Museum will host the exhibition titled “HYBE: We Believe In Music” from August 2nd to September 15th. The exhibition will take up an entire floor, with GRAMMY Museum CEO Michael Sticka stating, “It is the largest exhibition ever planned by our museum.”

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The exhibition will include original outfits worn by artists in music videos such as BTS’s “Yet To Come”, SEVENTEEN’s “MAESTRO”, TXT’s “Sugar Rush Ride”, ENHYPEN’s “Sweet Venom” and LE SSERAFIM‘s “EASY”. Most of the accessories and costumes have never been displayed in a museum before, emphasized the GRAMMY Museum. Additionally, three books from the personal collection of HYBE Chairman Bang Si-hyuk will also be showcased.

The GRAMMY Museum described the event on its website as “an interactive exhibition highlighting the legacy of HYBE, a global entertainment brand leading the trends” and noted that the exhibition was planned in collaboration with HYBE.

However, girl group NewJeans, under HYBE’s subsidiary label ADOR, will not participate in this exhibition.