The group BTS will hold a concert in Seoul in March next year.
BigHit Music, the agency, announced the news of the Seoul concert on the December 3rd, a short video was posted on BTS’ official Twitter account with the words saying “See you in Seoul, MARCH 2022″.
The concert title was revealed through the hashtag ‘#PTD_ON_STAGE_SEOUL‘, but the exact location and time were not announced.
BTS held an offline concert ‘BTS PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE – LA‘ at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, USA on November 27-28 and December 1-2.
This concert was more impressive than ever as it was an offline performance that was resumed in about two years after the ‘2019 BTS WORLD TOUR ‘LOVE YOURSELF: SPEAK YOURSELF’ [THE FINAL]’ held by BTS in Seoul in 2019.
The performances received a lot of attention and in particular, this LA concert was decorated with only seven members, without a personal stage, as it was a performance face-to-face with fans after a long time.
BTS carefully selected the songs they wanted to show to fans all over the world, and put so much effort into organizing the stage.
The song that decorated the ending was ‘Permission to Dance’. Through this song, BTS conveyed the key message of this concert to the world, ‘You can dance as much as you like without permission.’ They sang along and surfed and responded with shouts.
A special guest appeared in the ‘BTS PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE – LA‘ performance, providing a richer spectacle. In the second performance on November 28th, Megan Thee Stallion, who participated in featuring the remix version of ‘Butter’, appeared as a surprise guest.
In the final round on December 2nd, Coldplay’s Chris Martin, who collaborated on ‘My Universe’, appeared. He went on stage with BTS and sang ‘My Universe’, capturing the eyes and ears of fans.
Meanwhile, BTS will attend the ‘2021 Jingle Ball Tour’ held in Los Angeles on the December 3rd.
It is interesting to see whether BTS, who successfully completed their LA concert, will be able to continue their face-to-face performances in Seoul in March next year.
Recently, there have been cases of Omicron mutation infection in Korea, and quarantine guidelines are being strengthened. In the future, the spread of COVID-19 is expected to affect the availability of face-to-face performances.
[Rhea, K-pop Updates]