BTS’ popular variety show ‘Run BTS’ is now available to watch on the popular platform YouTube. Recently, an announcement was shared on the K-pop group’s social media channels. Here’s what it said, “From the very first episode to the latest one, now you can watch #RunBTS on YouTube! Episodes to be uploaded every day in chronological order.” Not only that but the first 40 episodes of the same were also made live on the YouTube channel titled BANGTANTV. The live episodes will continue for the next three days. The earlier program was so far exclusive to VLive and Weverse.
‘Run BTS’ is one of the most popular fan-loved shows by the BTS members who are among the current South Korean icons. For the unversed, the show first began in 2015 and has continued till the last episode 155. It has since returned for special editions every few weeks.
📆12/21~12/24 매일 순차적으로 업데이트 됩니다
(Episodes to be uploaded every day in chronological order) pic.twitter.com/zy6U9uVayW
— BTS_official (@bts_bighit) December 21, 2022
BTS: Yet to Come in Cinemas
Did you know that BTS will be back in cinemas soon? Yes, that’s right.The band’s latest concert which was held in Busan will be available to watch on the big screen! For the unversed, ‘BTS: Yet to Come in Cinemas’ is finally announced as one of the upcoming films to be released worldwide.
The movie version of the Bangtan Boys’ concert will be dropping on February 1, 2023. On the other hand, the ticket sales will go live on January 11, 2023. ‘BTS: Yet to Come in Cinemas’ will showcase the concert that happened on October 15, 2022, and hosted tens of thousands of BTS fans from around the world. It also happened to be their last full group performance before each of the members start enlisting in the military.
As a part of the bid for Busan as the center for the World Expo 2030, J-Hope, RM, Jin, SUGA, Jimin, V, and Jungkook prepared for months and presented awe-inspiring performances on stage for the ARMY who gathered for the amazing and fabulous event. The group members premiered their performance with their song ‘Run BTS’, which is an ode to the septet, at the concert. Now, the fans will be able to relive the moments again on the big screen. The specific film is to be released in over 110 countries for only a short period.