Watch BTS’ Film ‘Yet to Come’

BTS is back in town, well, virtually at least! These K-pop dynamos have been keeping us guessing – solo projects, military service, and probably inventing new dance moves in their free time. But wait for it, the real treat is coming to a streaming service near you.

Introducing: BTS – Yet to Come
Where to watch: Your trusty sidekick, Prime Video
Premiere date: November 9, 2023

Yes, you heard it right. BTS is back, and this time they’re bringing the party straight to your living room. This concert film is making itty-bitty stadiums of cinemas and cozy living rooms its home turf. If you missed out on scoring front-row tickets to their real-life shows, don’t fret! You’re about to witness the ultimate BTS spectacle from the comfiest spot on your couch.

And hey, all you die-hard ARMY members who’ve watched every episode of BTS Run until your eyes crossed – this one’s tailor-made for you. Consider it your reward for being the superfan you are.

Where can you catch BTS: Yet to Come?
Prime Video is the place to be on November 9, 2023. Get ready to join the global ARMY party from 240 different countries and territories. Let’s get this cypher started!

So, what’s the deal with BTS: Yet to Come?
Picture this: a gig in Busan’s Asiad Main Stadium in October 2022, as part of Busan’s ambitious bid for the World Expo 2030. 50,000 pumped-up souls gathered to see RM, Jin, SUGA, j-hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook drop bombs and dance their hearts out. They grooved to 19 chart-toppers spanning an entire decade, from “Dynamite” to “MIC Drop,” “Butter” to “RUN,” and more hits than you can shake a light stick at.

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The brainiacs at BTS’ label HYBE joined forces with CJ 4DPlex and Trafalgar Releasing to put this epic concert film together. In February, it blitzed across 5,817 theaters in 128 countries and territories and casually made a jaw-dropping $40 million at the global box office. We see you, BTS!

What’s the buzz about BTS: Yet to Come?
People can’t stop gushing about this gem. If you search for reviews, be it on Rotten Tomatoes, Twitter, or the neighborhood gossip app, it’s all about love, fandom, and unbridled support from ARMY and even some newcomers. If you’re a fan, you’re going to be over the moon!

This isn’t the only BTS concert film on the menu. After you’ve had your fill of BTS: Yet to Come, hop over to Disney+ because BTS Permission to Dance On Stage is waiting for you.

Directed by Park Jun-soo and Sam Wrench, with Disney and HYBE pulling the strings, this film captures BTS’ mega concert at the Los Angeles SoFi Stadium in November and December 2021. This was a monumental moment because it marked BTS’ first tour in two years, thanks to the unruly COVID-19 pandemic. Huge, indeed.

So, grab your popcorn, don your fanciest BT21 pajamas, and get ready for a night of K-pop craziness!


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