December 2, 2023

Two months earlier than Jin turned the primary member of BTS to start his necessary 18-month army service in December 2022 — thus placing the most important music act on the earth on hiatus, as all seven of its members cycle via the army — the group staged a live performance in Busan that served as each a short lived farewell and a promise to come back roaring again. Their October 2022 But to Come present, which drew 50,000 individuals and was a part of Busan’s World Expo 2030 bid, shared the identify of the lead single from Proof, BTS’ 2022 anthology album, and in an emotional message aimed immediately at followers, the track guarantees that “the most effective second is but to come back.”

Whereas the track is about wanting ahead, although, BTS’ Military (the nickname given to the band’s die-hard worldwide fanbase) will quickly get an opportunity to revisit the previous by reliving the But to Come live performance, which is coming to Amazon’s Prime Video streaming service on November 9. “We’re thrilled to accomplice with HYBE in welcoming BTS: But to Come to Prime Video,” mentioned David Simonsen, director of Prime Video Southeast Asia (HYBE is BTS’ Seoul-based leisure firm).

“We all know the recognition of high-quality Korean content material worldwide, and we look ahead to delighting customers across the globe with BTS: But to Come. We’re excited to see the live performance film and this style discover new audiences from totally different nations on Prime Video.”

The live performance, which acquired a restricted theatrical run earlier this yr a la Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour, drew some 50,000 individuals, was streamed reside by 49 million viewers on the BTS fan platform Weverse, and included 19 performances of hit BTS tracks like Dynamite, Butter, and Mic Drop.

The But to Come live performance movie, in the meantime, will be part of different BTS streaming tasks obtainable to take pleasure in throughout numerous totally different platforms, together with a brand-new BTS documentary (BTS Monuments: Past the Star) coming to Disney+ that’s rumored to be concentrating on a December launch. As for among the different largest and greatest BTS titles which might be obtainable to stream proper now (which you’ll be able to learn extra about on the hyperlink under), they embrace:

  • BTS: Permission to Dance On Stage — LA (Disney+)
  • In The Soop (Weverse)
  • BTS: Burn the Stage (YouTube Premium)
  • Bon Voyage (Weverse)
  • BTS Monuments: Past the Star (coming to Disney+ in 2023)
  • Break the Silence: The Film (Weverse)
  • Run BTS! (Weverse)