SM Town Museum

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* Max Changmin ‘Devil’ poster taken down on February 14, 2022.

April 2022 display: NCT DREAM ‘Glitch Mode’

May 2022: SUHO ‘Grey Suit’

July 2022: Life’s Too Short – aespa

August 2022: Girls’ Generation – Forever1

Plans for SM Town Museum were revealed in 2013. The building was purchased in cash for $4 million by Creative Space Development Property, LLC, on July 26, 2013, on behalf of SM Entertainment USA.

The intersection was given the name “S.M. Entertainment Square” in 2020.

S.M. Ent is a South Korean entertainment corporation known for slave contracts and legal disputes with trainees and contract celebrities. It recently went on the offensive trying to discredit Wu Yifan, one of their former stars who filed a lawsuit to formalize his escape from the company.

PRIMARY USE: (19) Wall Sign
WORK DESCRIPTION: 29′ x 17′ Externally Illuminated Wall Sign
Temporarily posted from March 3rd to December 31st. Any time extension will require a new permit and must be granted by the Department of City Planning.

SMTOWN’s space was formerly occupied by the Orchid Club on the southwest corner of 6th Street & Oxford Avenue, a few steps away from the CVS, the Metro subway station, and the Madang Plaza on Western Avenue.