Korean BTS fans split on having to go overseas to watch the boyband live in concert

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“I’m sad because it means I’m less likely to see them [in Korea],” said a fan

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Korean fans of K-pop sensation BTS are divided on reportedly traveling abroad to see the boyband perform live.

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The popular septet is set to hold the first two dates of their in-person ‘Permission to Dance on Stage’ concert in Los Angeles this coming weekend, with two more performances on December 1 and 2. The show will be BTS’s first live. The concert in the two years since the 2019 ‘Love Yourself: Speak Yourself’ tour.

At the time of the announcement of the concerts, Big Hit Music said it was “not easy to organize an in-person concert amid COVID-19” and had made the decision on the US “taking into account national and regional health regulations and circumstances”. . think thought”.


“this is [with] We are deeply sorry that we are unable to hold more concerts in more regions. Huh.”

according to a new Reuters Reportedly, Korean fans are divided over the need to travel abroad only to catch the boyband live in concert. One fan, YouTuber Kim Ji-eun, said that he had to engage in the “click war of the night” only to secure tickets, but also dubbed the upcoming show as a “historic event”.

“I am so happy and excited to meet BTS and other fans, and share their energy and hearts in anticipation of an end to the pandemic,” she said.

Seoul-based fan Emily Seo, on the other hand, said she was “sad” that “it would be less likely for me to see her here”. [in Korea]”, noting that “It’s great BTS is enjoying global attention and making a big name”.

“It’s a shame I’m unable to go, especially when I became a fan right after the pandemic hit,” Seo said.


In other BTS news, Member V is set to contribute a song to the soundtrack of the upcoming K-drama our sweet summer, The as-yet-unnamed track will be produced by music director Nam Hee-seung, who has previously worked on the original soundtrack of hits such as Evil spirit (2016), it’s okay not to be okay (2020) and crash landing on you (2019).

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