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How and Where to Watch BTS “Yet To Come” Free Busan Concert? Fans Say: ‘Life Depends on Weverse’

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As an ambassador, BTS will hold a free concert to promote the Busan World Expo 2030 bid

BUSAN, SOUTH KOREA: We finally have good news about BTS free concert. The “Yet To Come” concert for the Busan World Expo 2030 bid will be held free of charge and also live streamed online for free. K-pop fans were also impressed as over 400,000 people tried to get the tickets, which sold out for 100,000 people in just 35 seconds.

With even the former South Korean President acknowledging BTS’ global influence, Busan made the K-pop superstars their ambassadors for the 2030 World Expo. And as a bid to hold the 2030 World Expo in Busan, BTS will host the free ‘Yet To Come’ Concert for 100,000 fans. From changing the venue to ensure fans’ safety to providing free online live streaming for international fans, Busan and HYBE are making every effort for the concert.

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Date and time of the concert

BTS’ Yet To Come Free Concert in Busan is on October 15 at 6pm KST (5am ET).

The free concert will be held at the 53,000-seat Busan Asiad Main Stadium in Busan.

The Yet To Come concert will be streamed live online and broadcast on TV channels for international fans. Fans can watch it through the Weverse app and the Weverse TV app. Korean fans can watch it on JTBC channel while Japanese fans can watch it on TBS Channel 1.

To promote Busan’s bid to hold the 2030 World Expo in their city, they brought on board one of the country’s greatest cultural and financial assets – BTS. The city said that in addition to gifting ARMY (fandom of BTS) with a concert, they also want to invite non-K-Pop fans from around the world to share the festival-like energy of their K-Pop industry with the BTS concert More will follow if selected to host World Expo 2030. The concert “World Expo 2030 Busan Korea Concert – BTS Yet To Come in Busan” has been awarded 100,000 free tickets and it can also be watched for free on Weverse. It also allows for a replay function for those who missed certain parts to rewind the concert while watching live.

Where and how to watch

While fans are excited as Weverse Live is a new feature that is still buggy and in development, ARMY had a hilarious reaction. One fan hoped: “Stable Weverse stream for Busan concert…please…please…please.” Another fan made a reaction meme: “Armies unable to go to Busan concert: vice versa please be stable vice versa: .” One fan wrote, “And the army unable to attend the Busan concerts… Our lives now depend on the opposite.”

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