K-pop sensation BTS’s free concert in Busan, South Korea was watched nearby. 50 million Man.
A free ‘BTS ‘Yet to Come’ in Busan’ concert was held to support the bid of the South Korean city to host the 2030 World Expo, representing an attempt to introduce Korean culture to a global audience. Variety reports.
After the venue change, the physical component was held at the city’s Asia Domain Stadium, attracting around 50,000 in-person guests.
An additional 10,000 people in the city watched the live broadcast at the Port of Busan, while another 2,000 flocked to Haeundae, a tourist destination that recently hosted the Busan International Film Festival.
According to Variety, more have appeared online and on broadcast TV.Online live streaming via fan platform Weverse, run by the band’s management group Hybe Entertainment, 49 million view. South Korea’s local TV broadcast on JTBC he claims a high viewership rating of 3.3%, at least he suggests a TV audience of over 1 million.
The concert started with “Mic Drop” and continued until “Run BTS”, presenting a total of 19 songs. In the unit performance, Jin, Jimin, V, and Jungkook performed “00:00 (Zero O’Clock)” and “Butterfly,” while RM, Suga, and J-hope performed “Mmm!” And “BTS Cypher PT.3: Killer”. The seven acts continued the show with hits such as ‘Dynamite’, ‘Butter’, ‘Burning Up (Fire)’, ‘Idol’ and ‘Spring Day’.
“The setlist consists of songs that best represent the band, and anyone but ARMYs can easily sing along,” Hybe said in a statement accessed by Variety.
The concert included iconic elements representing Busan and Korean culture.
Hive said:BTS We performed “Ma City,” which introduced graphic images of Busan’s beautiful landmarks and landscapes. The ‘Idol’ stage caught the eyes of global audiences with traditional Korean visuals and performances such as bukcheonsajanoreum (a traditional Korean game of dancing while wearing a lion mask).”
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