Was the K-Pop BTS concert the last concert?

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The BTS band has said its members want to focus on solo projects and, while it hasn’t said how long the hiatus would last, the oldest singer in the group faces a deadline this year to begin compulsory military service, so it could be years before the whole band could get back together.

Will boy group BTS perform together again in the future?

South Korean boy band BTS will perform together on Saturday for the first time since the shocking announcement in June that the band would take an indefinite hiatus, attracting fans desperate to see the group together for what could be the last time in years.

The concert in Busan is to promote South Korea’s second-biggest city as a candidate to host the 2030 World Expo and is expected to draw tens of thousands of fans from around the world, underscoring the group’s role as cultural superstars as well as an economic powerhouse that will be hard to replace.

Why BTS: Weverse Live Stream Crashed During The Band’s Busan Concert, ARMYs React?

Few minutes into BTS’ much anticipated free concert and Weverse’s live stream crashes! However, it was quite expected. The boys’ live sessions on the platform have been interrupted quite a few times due to the app crashing so it was obvious that Weverse will crash during kpop BTS free concert. In June this year, the group consisting of RM, Jin, Jimin, J-Hope, Suga, V and Jungkook were appointed ambassadors for Busan’s World Expo 2030 bid. They announced that they would hold the Global Busan Concert to support the nation’s bid to host the 2030 World Expo in Busan Metropolitan City. The concert is live on Weverse and other platforms.

As soon as the app crashed, ARMYs, BTS’ fan base, took to Twitter to share their reaction. One fan wrote, “weverse please don’t start we not even an hour in” while another user shared, “ALL THAT LIVE PREPARATION IN VAIN ON WEVERSE”. Another user said, “Black screen of death.

BTS ARMY screams as V wears off-shoulder shirt, Jungkook unbuttons it during Busan concert rehearsal

BTS: V wore an off-shoulder red shirt as the other members teased him. RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook rehearsed on Friday evening ahead of the Busan concert.

BTS fans were left screaming and shouting over the recent antics of the group members during their rehearsal in Busan. Ahead of the concert, RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook rehearsed on stage on Friday evening. Several videos and pictures of the members emerged online. Now, fans have been sharing a clip of V aka Kim Taehyung singing on stage wearing an off-shoulder red shirt as other members teased him. (Also Read | BTS features on KBC 14: Amitabh Bachchan asks question on Jin, Suga and J-Hope; ARMY says, ‘this is so huge’. Watch)

In the clip, shared in parts, V tied the string of the purple hoodies of the members following which Jin, Jimin and Jungkook started pulling his shirt. In one of the clips, Jungkook teased V by unbuttoning his shirt and trying to pull it out. Another member, pulled his shirt showing his bare chest. Later, V wore the shirt below his shoulder making fans scream. He also posed in front of Jungkook making him laugh.

BTS to hold free concert to promote S. Korea’s World Expo bid

Around 100,000 fans from around the world are expected to be in Busan for the concert, titled “BTS in BUSAN”, and other related events, according to the city’s government.

The global megastars are credited with generating billions for the South Korean economy, and their label enjoyed a surge in profits despite holding fewer concerts during the pandemic.

The concert is taking place after the septet dropped a bombshell announcement in June that they were taking a break as a group to pursue solo projects.

About a month after that announcement, the stars were appointed by the government as the official ambassadors for Busan’s bid to host the World Expo in 2030.

The South is among four countries that have submitted a bid to host the event, along with Ukraine, Italy and Saudi Arabia, according to the expo’s organising body.

The Bureau International des Expositions is scheduled to vote on the winning host country next year.

Saturday’s grand event comes as the prospect of South Korea’s mandatory military duty continues to hover over BTS, with its stars ranging in age from 25-year-old Jungkook to Jin, 29, who must sign up by next year or risk jail time.