BTS makes heads turn in 1st MV teaser for Proof’s ‘Yet To Come’


As we gear up for the release of BTS’ anthology album in two days, the members have left no stone unturned in surprising us with something new every single day. Now, to our utter surprise, the Septet has released the first MV teaser for Yet To Come on June 7, 2022. It has imbibed a sea of emotions for the Army around the world, who are eagerly waiting for more ‘proof’ surprises!

Moreover, the BTS members look super gorgeous in somber colors in the official teaser. The faint piano keys and the organ synth add further weightage to the video.

Check out the official MV teaser below.

BTS (방탄소년단) 'Yet To Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)' Official Teaser

BTS’ plans for Proof

The Bangtan Boys will be releasing their upcoming album Proof on June 10, 2022, and also set a live stage for the very first time on June 13, 2020, which also marks their ninth debut anniversary. On the other hand, the members will be unveiling the brand new song stage on Proof Live for the first time since the release of the anthology album of the same name.

The pre-recording plan

The BTS members also announced a pre-recording for Mnet’s show M Countdown on June 6, 2022, at 8.30 pm IST. Not only that, but it also includes a notice about live show participation on June 16, 2022. The Weverse notice also states that the pre-recording is scheduled for June 13, 2022.

It reads, “We have increased the scope of the event and number of participants allowed in the show to accommodate more ARMY as this recording will be held on a special day for BTS and ARMY. We look forward to your enthusiastic participation.”

BTS’ music show

The music show’s recording with the BTS members will take place at Jangchung Arena with around 4000 Armys and 100 more participants on the waitlist. It was already announced earlier that the BTS members would be returning to music shows to promote their upcoming anthology album Proof, scheduled for June 10 release. Earlier, the Septet members also revealed their plans through a special letter to the army on Twitter.

Check out the letter below.