BTS has been on hiatus and that was pretty big of devasting news for the fans. But as we all know, they always do something to make sure, their fans are cheered up in the best of their states to keep supporting them, even if it’s their personal musical or sideline works.
On October 15, the forthcoming “Yet To Come” performance by the South Korean boy band BTS in Busan will be live-streamed for no charge on the Korean smartphone app and website portal Weverse as well as South Korean broadcast networks. There at inaugural “Yet To Come” event, which will take place at the Busan Asiad Main Stadium in Busan, South Korea, the K-pop heavyweights will take the stage. In order to help the municipality in its goal of hosting the World City Expo in 2030, the presentation is being performed.
The forthcoming event will also be completely free to watch online on the supporter public platform on September 20 on BTS’ personal Weverse page, according to South Korean recording company Big Hit Music. On October 15 at 6 PM KST, the performance will be streamed live online on the Weverse Mobile or Smart TV implementation with translations in eight multiple dialects, featuring English, Japanese, Mandarin, as well as Spanish.
In conjunction to JTBC in South Korea as well as TBS Channel 1 in Japan, additional providers which have been stated earlier to hand out free video broadcasting of Yet To Come include ZEPETO as well as Naver Now. Big Hit Music announced this month that the band’s stadium had been transformed first from Ilgwang Special Stage to the Busan Asiad Main Stadium only after coordinators came under fire for accusation poor planning due to possible health hazards at the previous performance space, as well as the absence of segmentation and basic amenities for massive gatherings.