Looking for kpop posters? No kpop fan’s decor would be complete without some posters with their favorite kpop stars. There are many places where you can find quality kpop posters online. Here’s some of my favorite picks: RedBubble and Amazon.
(I like Yesasia for photobooks and mini posters, but if you’re looking for full sized posters for your wall, then Redbubble and Amazon are the way to go.)
#1 Favorite Place for Kpop Posters
My favorite place to find kpop posters is Redbubble. They have really nice ones that you won’t find anywhere else. The have a nice big selection of posters, especially if you’re into BTS and EXO. Some big EXO and BTS fans on there :). But they do have pretty much all the kpop stars, even some of the lesser known ones. Here’s the kind of stuff you’ll find on RedBubble.
Their selection is really nice and they even have a a few fan-made-style posters if that’s what you like. But, overall, I consider it the best place to find posters of your favorite kpop groups. For more ways to show your kpop fandom, you can also see my articles on other kpop fan merchandise and kpop fan lightsticks. Also, check out our page especially made for all BTS fan merchandise.
Favorite Place #2 – Amazon
Another great place to buy kpop posters from is Amazon. They have a wide variety of posters to choose from. It’s pretty easy to open up a store on Amazon, so you will find the most selection there:
One cool thing about Amazon is that they have some more obscure posters. For example, some posters that only came with a certain album, or were only sold at a concert, are some of the gems that you could find here.
Be mindful on here, though. While it’s really cool that they have some of the harder to find posters, not all are legit. This is kind of a funny example:
Who is “G Drogon”?
Anyway, it is what it is, lol. If you look closely at the seller information it says it’s “by Poster Station” but if you look at the fulfillment information below it, it’s actually shipped and sold by someone called “wiangwee_k” and ships from Thailand. So, it looks like this one’s a knockoff, or unofficial product. They’re probably just a 3rd party that just finds a decent sized image that they know kpop fans will like (other fans too, they sell posters about pretty much everything) and print it off on poster paper on their own.
That being said, the people who bought it do seem really happy with it. If you look at the reviews for this poster, they all mention that despite the type they still really like the poster. It’s of good quality and they enjoy it very much overall.
Putting up You Poster
Here’s a neat little video on how to put up your poster. She shows how to use sticky tack to make sure the poster’s edges don’t fold over and how to position them so they don’t fall down.
Here’s another video from KpopSteve about things to think about for poster placement in your room (not next to doors is an important one!)
I hope that these two resources have been helpful to you. I’m sure that whatever you’re looking for, one of these two will have the poster you’re looking for. Worst case scenario, you just make your own on several websites for $20-$30, depending on the size. If you do that, just make sure you use a really high resolution image. It may look good on your computer, but it’s going to be blown up to several feet tall. So, it has to be a really high res image for a poster, otherwise it will look grainy and pixelated.
Please leave me a comment below and let me know if you have your own favorite place to find kpop posters online.