2PM to Release Limited Edition Figure Set on February 20
By Staff Writer | February 20, 2013 08:36 AM EST
Idol group 2PM released their, '2PM Figure Set Limited Edition' today.
These 6 inch figurines that look exactly like the 2PM members were created with the main theme of masculinity and charisma. Each of the members unique personalities and face were created on the figurines as well.
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These figurines took 2 years to complete and each of the members also took a 3D scan in order to create an almost exact replica.
An official commented, "These figurines were made in a dark gray and silver pearl color in order to enhance and create a charismatic and masculine feel."
This limited edition set have been released today and can be purchased online here.
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