If you are an A’Tin or a loyal fan of SB19, here’s some good news for you.
The P-Pop boy group, composed of Josh, Sejun, Stell, Ken, and Justin, have opened an official merchandise shop.
SB19 Official Merchandise is now available for purchase via JNKPH Trading’s FB page and LAZADA store 🎁
Scan the QR codes with your mobile device and get directed to their official stores!
— SB19 Official (@SB19Official) December 7, 2020
Called JNK Merchandise, the Lazada shop is filled with all things SB19—photo cards, light sticks, cellphone grip pops, face masks, pins, flash drives, sticker sets, as well as their debut album, Get In The Zone.
Each item is sold separately, starting from P100. Merch sets, however, are also available, with prices ranging from P1,320 to P5,950, depending on the items included.
The merch shop comes shortly after SB19 made history as the only Southeast Asian and Filipino act to enter Billboard’s Top Social 50 Artists of 2020.
Ranking sixth in the highly-anticipated year-end list, the group joins the likes of BTS, EXO, NCT 127, Ariana Grande, and Seventeen, and is just ahead of BlackPink and Billie Eillish.
The group shared the victory via their social media accounts, thanking both Billboard and their fans.
“To our beloved A’Tin, thank you for all the unimaginable plot twists in our life. Too grateful to have you. Stay amazing, you guys,” they wrote.
SB 19 is the first P-pop boy group to be trained under a Korean entertainment company, ShowBT. They debuted with the ballad, Tilaluha, in October 2018, but went viral in September 2019 for their Go Up dance practice video.
The group has since released other hits like Alab and Hanggang sa Huli, which are also included in their debut album, Get In the Zone.
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