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MOMOLAND unveils official light stick

A simple yet attractive design?

Fans of the girl group MOMOLAND have another way to cheer them on, as the girl group unveiled their official fan light stick.

As you can see below, their official light stick is red and white with the group’s logo that we assume was glowing inside. It looks like a beach playhouse, though.

It’ll be available on December 22nd in Korea and offline availability will be announced soon.

What do you think of their light stick design?

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