Photocards are a very desirable collectible among most of the KPop fans. They are included in practically every album and a whole sets are available for purchase at different events like a fan meeting, showcase or concert. The typical size of a photo card is 85 x 55 mm but they come in many different sizes and types. Most often we can get a paper type in a rectangular shape but also in a square shape in a form of a polaroid photo that looks like it was just taken with an instant camera. There are also a transparent cards both unofficial and official released for a particular event by the companies managing the artists.
What you can see here is another type which is widely available on various online stores. It is a photocard with a photo featuring a member of your favourite group and a space on the back side where you can leave a short message to someone you want to communicate with. There are two words printed out on the back: "To." and "From.". The size of each sheet is 55 x 85 mm.
In the package you will find 56 photocards. Each of them are related to a group of your choice and there are 18 groups available. The Astro set is based on the photos from their official photoshoots advertising various events and albums including The 2nd Astroad To Seoul "Star Light" concert and their first Japanese mini album Venus released on April 3, 2019. The Blackpink set includes photos from their debut single Whistle and the second extended play Kill This Love. Among the cards of BTS you will find the pictures advertising the group's sixth mini album Map of the Soul: Persona. The Day6 variant is composed mainly of the photos from their fourth EP Remember Us: Youth Part 2, the first fan meeting You Made My Day that took place in Seoul on September 8, 2018 and the series of concerts Every Day6. The EXO set was based on the pictures related to the sixth album Don't Mess Up My Tempo from November 2018 and the repackage version Love Shot released nearly two month later. The GOT7 set is composed of cards featuring the photos from the songs Lullaby (from Present: You album) and Miracle (from repackage Present: You & Me) and the fifth fan meeting with their official fanclub Dreaming of Soccer King: Fly GOT7. The ITZY version includes the stills from their first single It'z Different and the photos from two albums of IZ*ONE: COLOR*IZ and HEART*IZ are included in their set. When you purchase the NCT version you will find the photo cards of members from three units: U, 127 and Dream. Pentagon is another boy group of which you will get the KPop message cards, mainly from the eight mini album Genie:us. The photos from two albums (RBB Really Bad Boy and special Summer Magic) and the song Peek-A-Boo from the second studio album Perfect Velvet of Red Velvet. If you're familiar with the concept photos from the fifth EP of Seventeen titled You Make My Day and 2016 Like Seventeen - Shining Diamond concert you will probably recognize them looking at the KPop message cards in this variant. The SHINee's photos we can admire here came from their fifth Japanese album Five, the fifth concert tour SHINee World V and 2016 SHINee Fanmeet in Dallas. The Boyz set includes stills from the promotional photoshoot for their One & Only showcase that was held on November 29, 2018. The TVXQ set consists of the photos of the duo Max Changmin and U-Know Yunho taken for the ninth Japanese album Tomorrow and the compilation release Begin Again. You can choose the Twice version if you like their albums Fancy You, Yes or Yes and The Year of Yes. The photos featured in the iKON variant came from their songs Love Scenario and Killing Me and the fan meeting Private Stage: Kemistry.
You can get one of these sets of KPop message cards for only $8.99. So you don't have to worry you will spend too much of your precious savings. It will be a great addition to your collection.