BTS "Yet to Come in BUSAN" Concert

BTS "Yet to Come in BUSAN" Concert

BTS "YET TO COME IN BUSAN" CONCERT

The worldwide know famous K-pop band BTS performed a free concert titled "Yet to Come in BUSAN" on Saturday 15th night in Busan, bolstering the city's ambition to host the 2030 World Expo . BTS gave a performance to amuse 100,000 fans from around the world that city officials anticipated would travel for the concert.

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A total of 50,000 people can fit into “Busan Asiad Main Stadium,” and an additional 12,000 people would watch the spectacle live on big screens located at Busan Port and Haeundae Beach, and viewers from 229 different countries watched livestreams of the concert, so ARMY had no excuse not to watch the K-pop band concert.

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In the days preceding the event, Busan's streets, bridges, and beachfronts took in the band's signature shade of purple. The roadways leading to the stadium and the city lights on prominent monuments including Busan Tower and Gwangan Bridge were decorated with their iconic color, in addition to these tributes, images of all the idols were frequently seen on goods, billboards, and even subway turnstiles.

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For "Yet to Come in BUSAN” concert, BTS performed a total of 19 Songs, making a grand entrance, complete with fireworks and supporters holding up ARMY Bombs in the air. After wrapping up their first act with the anthology album "Proof" in June, this BTS performance was particularly significant because it was the first time all 7 idols had performed together.

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Along with the concert, the city hosted a variety of BTS-related activities as part of their bid for the “2030 World Expo,” including a pop-up store for merchandise, show celebrations at a Lotte World Adventure Park with a BTS theme, and an exhibition that took fans through the unforgettable first decade of K-pop band career.

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On a platform adorned with reminders of their past, like the school bus from "No More Dream," the angel statue from "Blood, Sweat, and Tears," and the carousel from "Spring Day," RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook, lit it up on a spectacular way.

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The K-pop idols will complete their required military service in South Korea, according to a statement released by BIGHIT MUSIC this week, so it seems this concert was their last one until the reunite again in 2025. Of course, ARMY is not happy with this decision and the have been hoping for a last-minute exemption at which Lee Ki Sik, commissioner of the “Military Manpower Administration,” stated last week that it is "desirable" for BTS members to serve.

As ARMY we wish the band best of wishes, all our support, and as they stated at the end of the concert, “best moment is yet to come.” See you soon BTS!

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"Run BTS" - BTS "Yet To Come" in BUSAN

Author: SUJI SOHN

About the author: Suji was studying in London in the year 2019 and, although being separated from her family, her passion for Korea was growing. She noticed that a lot of her close friends loved Korean culture, food, music, and dramas and gradually started to fall in love with Korea, but there weren't many opportunities to actually "experience" this wonderful nation!

Suji was aware of what she needed to do to introduce Korea to her friends' lives and, conceivably, to those of everyone else who was curious about a piece of Daehan Min-guk.

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