BTS Fandom feels Renewed Love and Enthusiasm for their Favorite Music Band

The South Korean Music group BTS rescheduled their Map Of The Soul tour which was going to start in April with Seoul shows due to the COVID -19 scare. Th world is going through a huge transformation due to pandemic in every aspect of life and music and artists aren’t faraway from its effects.

Artists have been performing LIVE or releasing their work virtually for their fans. The same happened in the case of BTS.

BTS screened their past 8 concerts on April 18 and April 19 and it turned out to be a successful endeavor. The concert got 50.59 million total views. During its peak, the audience had reached 2.24 million who interacted socially which led to 6.46 million hashtag engagements between WeVerse and Twitter. The two-day convention saw fans connecting 500,000 light sticks from 162 different regions.

The band debuted in 2013 and is really passionate about their music an so is their audience who call themselves the BTS army.

The band’s latest album ‘Map Of The Soul: 7’ went on to become No. 1 in 21 countries. They have broken various records and has become the biggest boy-band in the world.

In 2017 as well, one such concert took place which shook their fans worldwide. That concert took place in Gocheok Sky dome, that saw one of the most dense crowd. That BTS wings tour DVD is still available online for their fans to enjoy.

And given their fandom, various artists and their audience are connecting virtually for this concert as well. The BTS and army have this unparalleled love between each other and the reaction to the virtual music session shows how it has only grown. The act of reliving 8 of their past concert DVDs over a period of 2 days has been a rollercoaster of emotions for the BTS lovers.

The video garnered a total of 50 million+ views on YouTube live.

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