BTS Announces Yet to Come in Cinemas Releasing Worldwide in 2023

A new announcement for the film BTS: Yet To Come in Cinemas was made by BTS’ management company, BIGHIT MUSIC. The film, which will include all seven of the K-pop group’s members, will be released on February 1, 2023. The movie will be a recording of their most recent concert in Busan and will be released worldwide for a limited period of time.

The ticket sales will start on January 10 at 7 p.m. EST and go through January 11 at 9 a.m. KST. On the particular website that has been made available for the movie release, fans may make reservations for tickets. Fans will be able to watch it in 110 different countries in a variety of forms, including regular, 4DX, and 4DX Screen.

Fans React:

Fans anticipated less stuff from their idols after their required military duty began, but to their amazement, BTS stunned them with the release of their new documentary, sending them into a frenzy.

BTS helped promote Busan’s candidature for the World Expo 2030 by holding the concert Busan Yet To Come in October. Given that their military enlistment was revealed on their performance, the free concert was a big success and carried special significance for ARMYs.

Fans can expect a rollercoaster of emotions from the performance, which has now been made into a movie.

“not only will we be getting BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star Documentary on Disney+ (J-hope’s solo docu too) but BTS Yet To Come in Cinemas too all next year 2023 . BTS HAS SO MUCH MORE CONTENT IN STORE FOR US IM GONNA CRY”

“Oooooh this gonna be SO GOOD, I really hope they have this in my country and city truly praying for that to happen”

BTS has released several documentaries and movies throughout the course of their careers, many of which were inspired by the numerous concerts they have performed over the last nine years. The personalities of the K-pop superstars and how they cope with the strain of being the most well-known boy band in the world have been explored in more depth in each documentary.

The majority of their movies focused on performances and the backstage activities that many fans are usually interested in. They frequently receive praise for the engaging and interesting photography in their films and documentaries, which kept viewers hooked to their seats while taking them on an emotional whirlwind.

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