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LOOK: Arci Muñoz fangirls over BTS in Japan

/ 01:25 PM November 26, 2019

Actress Arci Muñoz flew to Japan to see her favorite K-pop group BTS for their “fan meeting” concert in the ZOZO Marine Stadium over the weekend.

Muñoz arrived in Tokyo last Thursday, Nov. 21, as seen in her Instagram post on the same day. She was placed in a wheelchair as she said she was injured, but stressed that nothing would stop her from seeing the boy group.

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A dedicated fangirl, Muñoz could not help but gush over the boy group, even days after the concert. The actress shared moments from her experience yesterday, Nov. 25.

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Occupation: Fangirl 💜👧🏻 #kimnamjoon #kimseokjin #minyoongi #junghoseok #parkjimin #kimtaehyung #jeonjungkook #bts #army

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The actress attended the event with various BT21 merchandise that included a pink umbrella displaying the rabbit Cooky, one of the eight animated characters created by BTS. She also wore a strap containing the stuffed-toy versions of all of the eight animated characters.

Even if she was able to see the K-pop group live, Muñoz made sure to also bring stuffed toy versions of three of BTS’ members to the event.

Muñoz appears to take her “occupation” as a fangirl seriously as she was in South Korea just last month to attend the K-pop group’s Love Yourself: Speak Yourself concert held in Seoul’s Olympic Stadium.  /ra

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