When the world found out that the BTS guys would be leaving for military service people were very shocked, as they did not know what would happen to the future of the band, as many even said that the band might not return after the 2 years of service that each of the members will have to do.
Even though some of the members are already serving their military services, there is still solo music coming out and of course, they are breaking records, but the members of BTS left us with enough content to not miss them anymore.
If you are still missing everything that the BTS guys used to do, don’t be scared away, because very soon you will be able to watch their movie through a streaming platform, so you can always watch it whenever you feel like knowing more about the famous BTS guys.
BTS hit concert arrives Prime Video
Big Hit Entertainment has announced through the group’s official Twitter account that the concert “BTS: Yet To Come” will be released worldwide as a music movie on Amazon Prime Video.
Regarding the boys’ military service, Jin left in December 2022, and Suga was the most recent, just two weeks ago, so there is still a long time to go before the young men get out of the service and can return to the music industry.
The film includes 19 performances of the boy band’s hit tracks. These include “Dynamite,” “Butter,” “RUN,” “MIC Drop,” “Yet To Come (The Most Beautiful Moment). In support of the Korean port city’s ambition to host the 2030 World Expo, seven-member BTS gave the first free concert in Busan in October of last year.
<BTS: Yet to Come> will come back to us!
이제 내가 원할때 언제든지 시청해보세요!
📅 Nov 9
Global: Amazon Prime Video (@PrimeVideo)
Korea: Coupang Play (@CoupangPlay)
📅 Dec 1
Japan: Amazon Prime Video Japan (@PrimeVideo_JP)#BTS #방탄소년단 #YetToCome pic.twitter.com/sCxT5oQKqp
— BTS_official (@bts_bighit) October 17, 2023
What do you think about it? Will you watch the concert through the streaming platform or will you wait until they leave their service and have a new world tour? Don’t miss the new production starting November 9.