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Musinsa announced on the 27th that it will hold a raffle (lottery) event to commemorate the issuance of the first non-fungible token (NFT) of ‘University Handsome Dan’, the Korean mascot of ‘Yale’, a Korean vintage casual brand. This is the first time Musinsa is conducting an NFT raffle.
The winner of this raffle event can purchase a video NFT of Yale’s Korean mascot ‘University Handsome Dan’ touring landmarks around the world and a mode tour ticket worth 2 million won for 1,000 won. You can apply at the Musinsa Store for 72 hours from 11 am on the 27th to 11 am on the 30th, and the winner will be announced at 12 pm on the 30th, the end of the event.
Yale’s NFT, first unveiled as a raffle event, tells the story of a Korean mascot, University Handsome Dan, traveling through global landmarks such as Seoul, New York, and Paris. The video soothes the regret of customers who have not been able to travel freely for a long time, and delivers a message to support happiness, health and freedom in the new year.
The NFT can be traded in the global NFT marketplace ‘OpenC’ in the future. The bundled travel ticket can be used freely within the validity period of 5 years in consideration of the difficult travel situation due to COVID-19, and can be used freely within the amount without restrictions on specific airline tickets or travel products/regions.
In addition, along with this event, some of Yale’s Handsome Dan products will be sold at a discount of up to 70% at the Musinsa store.
Meanwhile, more information about the University Handsome Dan NFT Raffle Event can be found at the Musinsa Store from 11 am on the 27th.
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