Earlier this week, I received a mysterious text from an unknown number about a package that had just arrived while I was out, trying to bring home the bacon. The only thing I had ordered recently was the Miyane fan kit but the thing was, as far as I knew, V Live indicated that it still hadn’t been shipped yet. So what else could it possibly be? I didn’t recognise the number so, for hours, I was gripped by all-consuming suspense. All sorts of scenarios started racing through my mind. Was it a bomb? Maybe a stalker trying to deduce if they got the right address and number? Anthrax?!
And then I came home and realised that it really was just the Miyane fan kit.
Whew, I’m not quite ready to die until I actually get to see her perform live somehow. My ass can’t afford to travel to South Korea and she won’t come to Singapore, so I’m probably doomed. I’ll just have to make do with this piece of the iconic former Wonder Girl. The reason why I’ve seen every live performance of Nobody on YouTube. Her Majesty, Queen Sunmi, champion of LGBT+ rights, bringer of bops. Yes, friends, I paid for this. No ragrets, just tears.
Sunmi already unboxed it for us on V Live (I think it was on the exclusive Miyane channel) but nothing beats being able to unveil it firsthand. Honestly, I’m in love. It’s so cute. I can’t believe I am now obliged to spring clean my room just to be able to display this cute cardboard purple house properly. To be fair, though, I would probably be happy with it in any form. I, a whipped Miyane.
Alright, let’s get on with it.
Miyane Fan Kit: The Opening Ceremony
Ta-da! I remember feeling so amazed by the packaging when I watched Sunmi unbox it on V Live. Whoever came up with the design deserves a raise because it’s just so clever. Not only does it reflect the fandom name, meaning Sunmi’s home, but it slides open like a portable drawer. I thought it might open from the top but nope. It slides open, bruh.
For the curious, this fan kit contains:
- Miyane ID card (with my name on it!)
- ID tag
- Jigsaw puzzle
- Mini Sunmi stands from Gashina to Siren era
Let me know if you’d like to take a closer look at the postcards. I didn’t want to get my grubby little hands on them just yet because I’m not going to remove them from their plastic holder until I’ve thoroughly sanitised my hands. Hell, maybe I’ll get one of those sterile gloves.
Anyways. I’m going to display the postcards and mini Sunmi stands once I get my shit together and finally clean my room, once and for all. It’s time to make it stop looking like someone died there and no one realised it until a month later when the body had long decomposed. If I really do end up doing that, Sunmi can add “inspires people to clean their rooms” to her resume.
Here’s a quick shot of everything (and a special appearance by my curious cat):
After I took this picture, my cat tried to eat my ID card. Fortunately, I managed to save it and the card escaped unscathed. She’s just jealous, Sunmi, please forgive. Come to Singapore, I beg of you.