BTS Yet To Come to be released in Pakistan
The concert movie Yet to Come by the K-pop boyband is scheduled to premiere on February 1 in Pakistan.
On Wednesday, Cinepax posted on Instagram the official poster for the movie along with the release date. The movie poster is also displayed in the “coming soon” section of the Cinepax website.
Yet to Come advance tickets and excitement!
Cinepax’s Twitter account retweeted a schedule from BTS that advance ticket sales would begin on January 11. Moreover, the movie would premiere on February 1 after 21 days. The exact time that tickets will go on sale have not yet been announced by Cinepax.
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According to the description, the nearly two-hour long movie is a unique cinematic cut that has been re-edited and remixed for the big screen. It will include songs from the band’s Yet to Come concert in Busan, which was held on October 15 of last year to support South Korea’s bid to host the World Expo in 2030.
About 52,000 people attended the free concert, which was titled “BTS Yet To Come> in BUSAN,” which took place in a stadium. The concert marked the band’s final live performance before each member began his or her military service, beginning with the oldest, Jin.
About the band, BTS!
One of the biggest bands in the world, BTS was founded in 2013. The K-pop group became well-known throughout the world thanks to hits like “Mic Drop,” “Butter,” “Permission to Dance,” “Idol,” and others.
Pakistan is home to a sizable fan base for the Korean band. They have accomplished everything with pride, from getting their songs to the top of the charts to hosting birthday parties for their idols and giving to charity. Last year, Pakistan’s BTS ARMY set up a medical camp in honour of Jungkook and lit up digital billboards in Bahawalpur and Multan with birthday greetings.
In Multan’s Gulgasht Colony, a whopping 150 digital street post billboards were used to wish Jungkook well. The same video that was shown in Bahawalpur was shown here. Over 350 patients were treated for free by doctors at the Lahore free medical camp. Free IV drips, diet and nutrition advice, physiotherapy, and medical facilities were all provided by the medical camp.
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