Concert by BTS in Busan:
BTS will perform in the Busan Asiad Main Stadium on October 15th for a concert titled “BTS “Yet To Come” in BUSAN” to pray for the 2030 Busan World Expo. This performance is free to the public, thus it is anticipated that it will serve as a location for a worldwide gathering of people. Additionally, it is anticipated that promoting Busan and Korea’s cultures, it will add to the appeal of the Busan World Expo.
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LIVE PLAY will be held in addition to live performances in front of an audience. The audience can experience “BTS “Yet To Come” in BUSAN” with a strong sensation of presence thanks to a giant screen built in the outdoor parking lot of the Busan Port International Passenger Terminal and a customized stage in Haeundae.
You may watch “BTS “Yet To Come” in BUSAN” on TV via JTBC and Japanese TBS Channel 1, as well as online live streaming on a number of platforms like Reverse, ZEPETO, and Naver Now. Everyone is encouraged to take in and breathe the BTS concert together, regardless of location or generation.
Eight languages and subtitles are supported by Reverse, a platform for international fandom, including Korean, English, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, Indonesian, Vietnamese, and Thai. On October 15 at 2:30 PM IST/6 PM KST, streaming will start. The song “BTS “Yet To Come” in BUSAN” is consistent with the album “Proof,” which details BTS’s musical achievements throughout the years.
The set selection mostly consists of BTS’ representative songs so that not only fans but also general audiences may sing along and enjoy it. It features the essential elements of the iconic stage, performance, and music video that propelled BTS to its current position. Considering that it is a performance that hopes to host the 2030can enjoy it and sing along. It also incorporates Busan symbolism because it is a performance that aspires to be the site of the 2030 Busan World Expo. It is anticipated that spectators will naturally see and feel Busan and develop an interest in visiting the city to attend the 2030 Busan World Expo.