Unusual Newcastle United shirt spotted in K-Pop music video

A K-Pop music video is one of the last places you’d expect to see a NUFC shirt.

A Newcastle United fan spotted an unusual vintage-style NUFC shirt whilst making his way through K-Pop music videos.

One of the members of the band Seventeen can be seen dancing around in a knock-off version of the brown ale strips from the 90s with added writing on the back and front.

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Sold by Korean retailer Musinsa, the eclectic shirt is on the market for about £127. However, it looks like they have now been discontinued.

Kev Lawson tweeted: ‘So usual night in the Lawson-Williams household trawling through K-Pop when I spot a high-end fashion #nufc shirt in a video by BSS (Seventeen). It’s disgusting & I want it.’

Kev went on to joke: ‘someone alert Sam Fender.’

One reviewer wrote the shirt was ‘hip and cool,’ whilst another said they liked ‘the details’ and that they’ll ‘wear it well.’

You can watch the shirt in action here:

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