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.
BTS: Yet to Come in Cinemas
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.
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전 세계가 함께 즐긴 BTS <Yet To Come> in BUSAN 콘서트를 극장 대형 스크린으로! 2월 1일, 전 세계 극장 개봉!
— BTS_official (@bts_bighit) December 20, 2022
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.
The coming New Year will be special for Army around the world because stamps containing the BTS members will be issued soon. For the unversed, the Korea Post Office of the Ministry of Science and ICT announced recently its plan to issue a total number of 23 commemorative stamps in 2023, including the ones that will feature none other than the Bangtan Boys themselves.
Commemorative stamps are issued in South Korea to commemorate all historically important figures or significant events, and about 20 different types get issued each year. The stamp issuance plan is reportedly deliberated and selected by an official group called the Stamp Issuance Deliberation Committee. This particular group is composed of university professors and other intellectual experts. Talking about the BTS commemorative stamps, they will be reportedly issued in the first half of next year and the theme for the same will be ‘Record of Youth’. If media reports are to be believed, the specific stamp design is going to be decided in consultation with HYBE which is closely associated with BTS.