BTS J-Hope CIS fan club “Russian 540m Ostankino Tower Happy Birthday Advertisement”

BTS J-Hope

On the birthday of BTS J-Hope (Jeong Ho-seok) (February 18), a large-scale celebration event will be held in the Federation of Independent States and Ukraine.

The J-Hope fan club of the Federation of Independent States (CIS), which belongs to nine countries including Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Uzbekistan, posted on social media Twitter on January 3, saying, “On J-Hope’s birthday, the Ostankino Tower in Moscow, Russia Congratulatory video will be sent out in the video.”

Ostankino Tower, completed in 1967, is a TV and radio transmission tower and is the tallest building in Europe with a height of 540.1 m. It is known as a landmark in the capital of Moscow, with a panoramic observation deck with a panoramic view of the city, a revolving restaurant, and an LED-lit media facade. As the news of the event became known, BTS fans around the world are showing great expectations and continuing the atmosphere of celebration.

A large LED screen in a central building in St. Petersburg, Russia’s second city, and a large building in Minsk, the capital of the Belarusian Republic in eastern Europe, will also be filled with happy birthday videos.

Congratulatory advertisements also follow at Kazan Arena in Kazan, the capital of the Autonomous Republic of Tatarstan, which has a reputation as Russia’s third capital. Kazan Arena is the home of the Russian football club FC Rubin and is the venue for the Summer Universiade and FIFA World Cup matches.

Expectations from many fans are already pouring into the advertisement for the birthday celebration that will be held here.

The event also takes place at Gulliver, the largest shopping mall in Kiev, the capital of Ukraine. Gulliver has an LED media facade installed on the entire exterior wall of a 35-story building.

It is the largest in Ukraine, so it is expected to create a spectacular view. On March 9, Suga (Min Yoon-gi)’s birthday video will also be screened.

Russia’s J-Hope fan club is also warming up with donations to support abandoned dog shelters in the Rostov region, which is famous for its cold weather.

A fan who participated in this celebration said, “We are far from Korea, but we really wanted to know how much we love J-Hope and BTS.”

Reporter Chu Young-jun [email protected]

Photo = BTS Twitter, CIS Fan Club Twitter, Ukraine Fan Club Twitter

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