It seems there is no slowing down for BTS, the K-pop sensation topped music charts and sold out concerts around the world. After the band’s incredible concerts in Los Angeles late last year, the boys are finally back in South Korea and are preparing to hold three concerts in their hometown of Seoul.
Although travel restrictions make it a bit difficult to get to Seoul in person, you can still catch RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook as they take to the stage. Saturday March 12. To include fans around the world, the group will livestream the Saturday concert from Seoul’s Olympic Stadium to venues across Japan.
BTS fanclub sales are already closed, but general admission tickets will go on sale from Tuesday, March 8 at 8 p.m. JST to Saturday March 12 at 3 p.m. Tickets will be available for purchase through the Lawson Ticketing Site.
Permission to dance on stage – Seoul starts at 6 p.m. and tickets are ¥5,100 per person. Although the price is slightly higher than your average movie ticket, you will also get an original BTS postcard to commemorate the concert.
The concert will be shown at 35 theaters in the Tokyo area, including: Toho Cinemas Nihonbashi, Toho Cinemas Hibiya, T-Joy Prince Shinagawa, Toho Cinemas Roppongi Hills, 109 Cinemas Futako-Tamagawa, Toho Cinemas Shinjuku, EJ Anime Theater Shinjuku, Shibuya Toei, Toho Cinemas Shibuya, Grand Cinema Sunshine Ikebukuro and more. For the full list of participating cinemas, visit here (in Japanese only).
Don’t worry if you’re not in South Korea or Japan – the live concert will also stream to theaters around the world. To see if it will be displayed in your city, visit here.
For more information on live streaming in Japan, visit the website.
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