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Where To Buy Kpop Lightsticks 2021 | Most Popular Kpop Lightsticks

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Where to buy kpop lightsticks

No Kpop concert is complete without the official kpop lightsticks.

During every concert, apart from the typical presence of cosplays, band tee shirts and other official merchandise, lightstick is an indispensable one. 

When the lights of the stadium are turned off, the entire concert lights up thanks to thousands of fans waving and lighting up their lightsticks. 

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It is a breathtaking sight to behold, and to be one among the thousands, holding up and screaming with fellow Kpop fans is an experience one cannot forget for a lifetime. 

Kpop lightsticks also become an important part of a fan meeting or a cultural event. It becomes a symbol of one’s identity as a fan of a particular band or artist. 

For anyone looking to purchase one, we have curated a list of  bands and the respective shops and online stores that sell their lightsticks. 

Where To Buy Kpop Lightsticks 2021

BTS Kpop Lightsticks

No surprises here at all, of course BTS is on top of this list! A 7 member ensemble of artists – RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook.

They have become so incredibly popular among the youth, that they are often synonyms to K-pop culture. Be it Asia,, Europe or America, BTS is heard, followed and loved widely and passionately! 

The official BTS lightstick is called the Army Bomb. You can instantly recognise it from its spherical, globe like build which contains the symbol of the band inside. 

The globe glows when turned on, in the dark, of course. 

The most fun part about the Army Bomb is the fact that it can be connected via Bluetooth to synchronise with the music that is playing on the respective device. 

It is designed in such a way that the flashings can synchronise in concerts. 

You get a pretty good deal on the Army Bomb at Kpop Heart.  

Blackpink Kpop Lightsticks

Yet another resoundingly famous band is Blackpink, an all girls ensemble that have been killing it in the industry since their conception in 2016. 

Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa – the band members – started out with just five singles which soon reached the top of the Billboard Digital Album Charts. An unbelievably talented team! 

Their official lightstick has pink hearts stacked on opposite sides, and the holding area in black; so their lightstick’s theme is true to their band name. 

The design is inspired by the hammer toy used in the Weekly Idol show. 

You can control the brightness of the lamp, and the rhythm of how the light flashes through its  button. 

Blackpink’s lightstick can be bought on Amazon itself.  Check it out below!

Twice Kpop Lightsticks

Yet another best selling band from South Korea that has made history purely through their talent. 

They are the first Korean female band to simultaneously top both Billboard’s World Albums and World Digital Song Sales charts. 

A nine member all-girl band consisting of Jihyo, Nayeon, Jeongyeon, Momo, Sana, Mina, Dahyun, Chaeyoung, and Tzuyu, which first debuted on the show Sixteen, back in 2015. 

Twice has two versions of their lightstick, which are called Candy Bong Z and Candy Bong respectively. 

One is round with a grey handle that can light up in various colours via a Bluetooth connection. 

The other is in the form of a lollipop whose lighting, flashing and brightness can be controlled using the official Twice app. It can even be paired in concerts using a central controller. 

You can buy the two versions of  Candy Bong on Twice’s official Amazon shop. 

Monsta X Kpop Lightsticks

A band that was started as a token of gratitude for the No.Mercy program is now a worldwide phenomenon. 

This 6 member ensemble of Shownu, Minhyuk, Kihyun, Wonho, Hyungwon, Joohoney, and I.M is one of the more iconic Kpop bands of current times. 

Monsta X’s lightstick is called the Mondoongie, which was first released back in 2017 to mark the second anniversary of the band. 

The Mondoongie has a black handle, and its logo is on top, in turquoise. It looks like a transparent crystal and resembles a street lamp. 

The lightstick is extremely pretty and the logo even changes colours and connects via Bluetooth. 

You can buy it here on Amazon, via the Monsta X official shop. 

Red Velvet Kpop Lightsticks

Red Velvet is an especially significant addition to this list. While their lightsick is not something out of the ordinary, this five member band is the first girl band to have an official lightstick! 

The member, Irene, Wendy, Seulgi, Joy and Yeri, create music in a way which reflects their band name.

Musically, the ‘red’ refers to their pop side which is more predominant that their experimental side which explores electronic, funk and hip hop; while their ‘velvet’ side focuses on ’90s-influenced R&B with hints of ballad and jazz.

Their lightstick had a white handle and a pinkish dome, which is oval and transparent, with the initials of the band ‘RV’ on the inside. The design is quite cute and minimal. 

Like most lightsticks, it connects to the phone via bluetooth. It was first released in 2018, and is an official item certified by SM Entertainment, which is a pretty legit feature! 

You can purchase Red Velvet’s lightstick from SM Global Shop’s online store. 

Super M Kpop Lightsticks

A unique seven-artists ensemble consisting of members from other bands namely, Taemin from Shinee, Baekhyun and Kai from Exo, Taeyong and Mark from NCT 127 and Ten and Lucas from WayV.

Super M’s lightstick has a sturdy black handle, with an M and S structure on top, which glows in pink. 

This lightsick has three unique modes which can be controlled via a button – All Lighting, Slow Blinking, and Quick Blinking. 

Super M lightsticks are easy to find and affordable. You can buy them from here, at Music Plaza. 

Stray Kids Kpop Lightsticks

Yet another successful South Korean boy band, Stray Kids has eight members – Bang Chan, Lee Know, Changbin, Hyunjin, Han, Felix, Seungmin, and I.N. 

The band’s official lightstick is called Nachimbong, and was first released in 2019, just two years back. 

Fairly new to the game, Stray Kids’ lightstick is actually pretty cool. It was designed by the Korean company 101X under the license of JYP Entertainment.

The Nachimbong has a white handle, and on top of that there is a compass like structure in red and silver. It is etched with the message ‘you make Stray Kids stay’. 

Like most lightsticks, it has a bunch of fun features as well, the highlight of which is that the Nachimbong can be paired to your seat at the concert or to your phone via the Bluetooth function. 

You can buy your own Stray Kids lightstick on Amazon, from the band’s official shop.

Seventeen Kpop Lightsticks

Seventeen or SVT is another South Korean boy band consisting of thirteen members – S.Coups, Jeonghan, Joshua, Jun, Hoshi, Wonwoo, Woozi, DK, Mingyu, The8, Seungkwan, Vernon, and Dino.  

Formed by Pledis Entertainment in 2015, they quickly rose to popularity for their unique ensemble of three sub groups within the same band which focus on Hip-Hop, Vocal and Performance respectively, 

SVT’s lightstick is called the Caratbong as it has a diamond enclosed in a transparent sparkling sphere, on top of the handle. 

The Caratbong is one of the prettier of lightstick designs, and is widely loved by fans and admirers. 

An incredible feature of the Seventeen lightstick is that it is customizable! 

This means that you can open up the globe like structure to add your own elements to it, and Kpop fans have been extremely creative with personalising their own Caratbongs. 

You can purchase this lightstick from Seventeen’s official website or on amazon.com!

Exo Kpop Lightsticks

A SOuth Korean-Chinese mix band based in Seoul, it consists of seven members – Xiumin, Suho, Lay, Baekhyun, Chen, Chanyeol, D.O., Kai and Sehun. 

They first debuted back in 2012, and have been a resounding success ever since. 

Their lightsick is simple and classy, a greyish handle with a silver hexagon mounted on top, which is the band’s logo.

The lightsick has seen many different versions since it first came out in 2015, but the basic design has remained more or less the same. 

You can buy the official Exo lightstick from Amazon. 

Got7 Kpop Lightsticks

Yet another seven member ensemble formed by JYP Entertainment, GOT& consists of Jay B, Mark, Jackson, Jinyoung, Youngjae, BamBam, and Yugyeom. 

They debuted back in 2014 with their first ever EP ‘Got it?’ which rose to number one on BIllboard’s World Album Charts! Since then, they have been incessantly entertaining their fans.

The Got7 lightstick has had two versions, both similar looking. They have a white handle, and a bird mounted on top, with their logo in green, inside the bird. 

Both versions can be connected at a Got7 concern via bluetooth. 

You can purchase the Got7 lightstick from Kpop Merchandise Guide, among other online stores. 

Best Online Stores To Buy Kpop Lightsticks

There are Kpop online stores that sell Kpop lightsticks as well as other merchandise, of one and all bands and artists, of course. Here’s a quick checklist: 

Kpopshop 

One of the more affordable online stores on this list, Kpopshop has albums and records of big and upcoming Kpop sensations. 

However, when it comes to merchandise like the lightstick, Kpopshop focuses first on the more  popular bands like BTS, Seventeen, Monsta X, etc. that have huge fan following. 

Amazon

Believe it or not, but Amazon is a great place to purchase lightsticks as most bands have their official record labels and shops listed there. 

SM global Shop 

Not a huge collection per se, but they do have a wide range of fanlights from SuperM, Red Velvet, and other bands and artists that are associated with SM Entertainment. 

Other online stores that might sell the lightsick of your desire include Kpopmart, Ktown4u and Kpopshop. 

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