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'BTS: Yet to Come' concert film coming exclusively to Prime Video in November

By Luis Veron Published Oct 17, 2023 7:15 pm

Calling all ARMYs!

If you missed BTS' Yet to Come concert in Busan and its theatrical release last year, you can enjoy it over and over again via Prime Video, which will be offering the concert film on the streaming platform starting Nov. 9.

The concert movie—produced by HYBE, CJ 4DPlex, and Trafalgar Releasing—includes 19 performances of their hit tracks such as Dynamite, Butter, RUN, IDOL, MIC Drop, and Yet to Come (The Most Beautiful Moment), among others.

It also features the band's touching speeches and thrilling special effects.

The free global concert held at the Busan Asiad Main Stadium in October 2022 marked the iconic K-pop group's last performance as a seven-member group before Jin, J-Hope, and Suga enlisted for their mandatory military service earlier this year while the others began pursuing solo projects.

Around 50,000 fans were able to catch it live, but it was also livestreamed on Weverse, ZEPETTO, NAVER NOW, and LIVE PLAY for those who weren't able to fly to Busan to join in the fun in person.

BTS is a K-pop group consisting of members RM, Jin, Jungkook, V, Jimin, J-Hope, and Suga. They made their debut in the K-pop scene in 2013 under BIGHIT.

The septet is widely considered South Korea's biggest-ever cultural phenomenon, selling out stadiums worldwide, dominating the charts, raking in billions, and building a global legion of fans known as ARMY. According to the Guinness World Records, it is the "most popular group in the world."