How to watch BTS’s “Yet to Come” concert in Busan


On October 15, BTS’s Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V, and Jungkook will perform a concert titled WORLD EXPO 2030 BUSAN KOREA CONCERT BTS in BUSAN. The concert will be held at Busan Asiad Main Stadium, and there will also be a live broadcast of the concert on Weverse. Here’s how BTS fans around the world can watch BTS in BUSAN.

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BTS concert in Busan is free to watch on Weverse

Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V and Jungkook hold on BTS in BUSAN as part of their roles as ambassadors for World Expo 2030 in Busan, Korea. The concert is named after “Yet To Come,” the first single from BTS’s 2022 anthology album. Evidence.

According to a press release, the BTS concert is free to attend in person at Busan Asiad Main Stadium, and there will also be an in-person LIVE PLAY event of the concert at Busan Port Passenger Terminal’s outdoor parking lot and ” a special in the Haeundae region.

BTS in BUSAN will also be free to stream on Weverse. For this reason, the live stream of the concert will be different from the live streams of the band‘s previous concerts.

Unlike previous BTS concerts, fans don’t have to purchase tickets to view the live stream, nor are there multiple live stream options to choose from.

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How to watch the next BTS concert in Busan on Weverse

To look at BTS in BUSAN on Wevers, fans must create an account on the platform. After creating an account, ARMY will need to join the BTS Weverse community.

When you join a community on Weverse, you have to choose a nickname. Once in the BTS Weverse community on a mobile device or computer, there are four tabs: Stream, Artist, Media, and LIVE.

The upcoming BTS concert can be viewed in the LIVE tab when the concert starts on October 15 by choosing the LIVE media.

Some TVs support the Weverse TV app. BTS fans who have access to the TV app can select the LIVE media option directly from the app’s home menu or from the BTS artist page.

ARMY can find out if their TV supports the Weverse TV app here.

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What time will BTS’s “Yet to Come” concert start in Busan?

BTS in BUSAN will begin at 6 p.m. KST on October 15. The live broadcast of the concert will begin on Weverse at the same time.

For BTS fans watching in the United States, the live stream of the concert will begin at 2 a.m. PDT, 4 a.m. CDT, and 5 a.m. EDT on October 15.

Since the Weverse live stream is a real-time broadcast of an in-person event, any delays at Busan Asiad Main Stadium will affect the start and time of the concert live stream.

The live stream of BTS in BUSAN will have subtitles available in multiple languages, including Korean, English, Japanese, and Spanish.

Fans can see more information about BTS’s roles as ambassadors for the 2030 World Expo in Busan, Korea, and concert venue selection here.

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