Jimin Day In NYC

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AKA The First Time I Spent a Questionable Amount of Money on Drinks

Chococino From Caffe Bene

vlog: 191013 Happy Birthday Jimin [지민] 💜 | [Cafe Hopping For Jimin in NYC]

cinematic film: Jimin Day in NYC


[ OCTOBER 13, 2020 ]

After debating for 24 hours, I ultimately made the decision to go cup sleeve hunting for Jimin’s birthday.

I planned on going to five cafes but ultimately ended up going to four cafes and this was the first time I have dedicated an entire day hunting for cup sleeves in NYC.

I had to make a quick stop at HMart on 32nd Street to find the BTS edition iced americanos.


LOVUE had a cool event for ARMY and had little tiny Jimin’s posted around the store.

I was super excited to go to Matcha n’ More. As a big fan of matcha, I considered it a rite of passage and this was the day I would get a drink from this cafe.

That was until I arrived in Lower Manhattan only to see the line for Matcha n’ More extend down the block. I heard from others that the wait was about 90 minutes, but after waiting that long at Caffe Bene I couldn’t do it again.


Luna Coffee

Hosts: THICKJIMIN, @omg_its_yelly and @jiminchuckles

Drink: Orange Lemonade


Idea Coffee

Hosts: @honeywater_jm, @nw_lovely1991 & @nekotama_design

Drink: Hot Tea


Caffe Bene

Host: @fate_jimin

Drink: Chococino

I waited about 90 minutes in line, but it was worth it because there were a couple of army giving out freebies and the cafe was playing BTS songs. The time went by fast. This was also my first time having a chocolate cafe drink. I had to do it for Jimin.

Oh and the fried dumplings? *chef’s kiss*


Sweet Moment

Hosts: @Organic_twt

Drink: Iced Tea


Thank you to all of the people that organized each event. Your hard work made this day very memorable and fun!

CONNECT, BTS

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When BTS & Art Collide in Brooklyn.

New York Clearing – Antony Gormley

vlog: 200226 CONNECT BTS NYC [#CONNECTBTS]


[FEBRUARY 26TH, 2020]

A dreary day in NYC did not stop me from going on the adventure of traveling to Brooklyn to view the CONNECT, BTS New York City exhibition by Antony Gormley.

After a quick stop to LINE FRIENDS (in which I walked out empty-handed, thank goodness) and eating lunch at Mullanes, I made my over to the exhibition. 

The twenty-minute walk to Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier 3 was worth it. You have the best views of the Brooklyn Bridge and the skyline of Manhattan. 

View of Manhattan From Brooklyn Bridge Park