Fans Are Waiting Up To 7 Hours At Yorkdale Mall For The 'Line Friends & BT21' Pop-Up (VIDEO)

The lineup is MASSIVE.

Toronto Staff Writer
 Line Friends & BT21 Pop-Up Store Has A Massive Line

Hoards of fans are lined up around Yorkdale Shopping Centre on Thursday for the chance to shop at PLAY LINE FRIENDS.

The pop-up store opened today and will run until December 31 and offers "exclusive merchandise featuring LINE FRIENDS' popular characters," according to a press release.

BT21 characters, which the famous boy band BTS helped create, are also available at the store.

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People reportedly started lining up outside of the mall at 11 p.m. last night and the current wait time of the line is six to seven hours long with the most popular items so far being oversized plushies.

One fan told Narcity that they started waiting in line outside of the mall at 1:30 a.m. this morning.

"We got here at 1:30 a.m. were supposed to be let in at 6, but then they changed up the plans for 10 a.m.," they said. "Were exhausted but anything for BTS."

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