BTS Dolls Soon to be Available at Toys 'R' Us

Toys 'R' Us Canada announces popular South Korean Boy Band - BTS - dolls making their way to stores across Canada.

In anticipation of the release of Bring the Soul: The Movie, a documentary film about the popular South Korean boy band, BTS, the official BTS x Mattel dolls will be available at Toys 'R' Us locations across Canada, this Sunday, July 28.

The dolls are recreations of all seven artists V, SUGA, Jin, Jung Kook, RM, Jimin and j-hope, each sporting their own signature style – wearing the suit inspired by the iconic "Idol" music video.

"We’re excited to offer our consumers this wonderful piece of contemporary South Korean pop culture and entertainment,” says Melanie Teed-Murch, president at Toys 'R' Us Canada. “We’re pleased to expand our partnership with Mattel and offer these dolls in our stores. We are sure children and children at heart, as well as existing and new fans of BTS, will enjoy these toys.”

Each doll is 11" tall with rooted hair and has been authentically sculpted to the bandmate’s likeness. Dolls are sold separately and available for pre-order on the Toys 'R' Us Canada website at, for $29.99 plus applicable taxes. They will be available for in-store purchase as of July 28.

Bring the Soul: The Movie is playing at Cineplex across all major cities in Canada, from August 7 – 11, 2019.

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