Grab some popcorn, ARMYs!
If you were unable to watch South Korean supergroup BTS' Yet To Come concert in Busan last October, you'd be happy to know that you can enjoy it in theaters worldwide next year.
The iconic group made the announcement on Twitter on Tuesday, Dec. 20, saying that the taped concert will be screened starting Feb. 1 but only for a limited run. The "special cinematic cut, re-edited, and remixed" version will give fans "new close-up angles and a whole new view" of the show.
<BTS: Yet To Come in Cinemas>— BTS_official (@bts_bighit) December 20, 2022
전 세계가 함께 즐긴 BTS <Yet To Come> in BUSAN 콘서트를 극장 대형 스크린으로! 2월 1일, 전 세계 극장 개봉!
<한국 개봉 안내>
📅2023.02.01. CGV 단독 개봉
🎫2023.01.11. 예매 오픈
🔗https://t.co/mZGwAzeyxq#YetToComeInCinemas #옛투컴인시네마 pic.twitter.com/p1PZKWTIyo
As announced on its official website, the taped concert will feature "hit songs from across the group's career, including Dynamite, Butter, and IDOL, plus the first concert performance of Run BTS from the group’s latest album Proof."
Tickets will be available starting Jan. 11 at 9:00 a.m. (Korean Standard Time).
BTS' Yet To Come show was a free global concert held at the Busan Asiad Main Stadium that marked RM, Jin, Suga, J-hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook's first global performance since they announced their plans to pursue solo projects in June. The concert was livestreamed on Weverse, ZEPETTO, NAVER NOW, and LIVE PLAY for those who were not able to fly to Busan to watch their stellar performances in person.