On October 15th, K-pop superstars BTS will perform in Busan to promote the city’s quest to host the 2030 World Expo. According to a statement posted by the act’s firm Big Hit Music on Wednesday, the event, named “BTS in Busan,” will take place on October 15 in Gijang-gun, Busan, as part of the septet’s efforts as the honorary ambassadors of the worldwide event. Here you will read that 100,000 people will attend BTS’s Busan Expo concert this year.
The latest track from BTS’s June album “Proof,” titled “Yet To Come,” features a guest appearance by SZA. Over 110 thousand music fans are anticipated to show up for the show.
The Ilgwang neighborhood of Gijang-gun, a county in the northern part of the city, will host the major event at a specially prepared site with a capacity of 100,000. The Busan Port International Passenger Terminal in the city’s southwestern part will also host a live broadcast of the game called Live Play.
[공지] Special 8 Photo-Folio Me, Myself, and RM ‘Entirety’ 출시 안내 (+ENG/JPN)https://t.co/Vns792xhTb
— BTS_official (@bts_bighit) August 24, 2022
To maximize the promotional impact of BTS’s role as expo ambassador, the concert will be free of charge. The tickets will be given away at no cost via a random drawing. Big Hit Music has confirmed to The Korea Herald that there will be two separate giveaway periods, with additional details on how to win tickets to be released at a later date.
The release of “BTS in Busan” heralds the beginning of BTS’s tenure as honorary ambassadors of the 2030 Busan World Expo, a position to which they were named in July. The seven individuals are prepared to take part in domestic and international events to promote Busan as a potential host city for the event.
BTS’s leader RM made this promise during the group’s appointment ceremony on July 19: “We will try our utmost to make the bid succeed.” We will do all in our power to help the bid succeed, beginning with a concert in Busan scheduled for this coming October.
This past April, BTS performed in Las Vegas as part of their “Permission to Dance On Stage” tour. Since June, when its members declared they would be taking time away from the group to pursue individual projects, the band has been on indefinite sabbatical from its collective activities.
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