BTS 5th Muster Jimin PC discount store

Overview

ConditionLike new
BrandBTS
CategoryToys & Collectibles, Collectibles & Hobbies, Paper Collectibles, BTS Paper Collectibles
Tags#BTSdvd, #BTSpc, #BTSjimin

Description

Official and rare! Out-of-print BTS collectible!

Flaws are a small dent on the left corner and creasing on the left side(on the right shoulder of his shirt), thin lines on chest. Visible only in certain angles and lighting.

Will be packed securely with freebies!


Please check out my listings to bundle and save with shipping!


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