BTS Announces Seoul Return Concerts E! News UK

BTS has announced three concerts at the Olympic Stadium in Seoul.

The K-Pop septet is giving fans the chance to catch performances of “BTS Permission to Dance On Stage – Seoul” in person or from the comfort of their homes via a global livestream.

The return broadcasts in South Korea will mark the first for the “Butter” hitmakers since 2019.

The stream will be available from March 10-13, and the March 12 concert will be shown live in theaters around the world.

The news was announced by the group’s label, Big Hit, on the Weverse platform.

In December, the boy band took an “extended period of rest” to “recharge” after completing their “Permission To Dance On Stage” and “Jingle Bell Tour” engagements.

And it’s also been teased that the “My Universe” hitmakers are preparing their next album.

A statement said, “BTS will be focusing on preparing for the concert and releasing the new album which will mark the start of a ‘new chapter’. They are preparing for a concert next March to connect and communicate with fans in nobody in Seoul.

“We would like to express our deepest gratitude to all the fans who continue to cheer on BTS and they will come back looking their best after recharging so they can give back all the love from the fans. Thank you.”

The group has been affected by cases of COVID-19 in recent months.

V was the last member to test positive for the virus this week.

The 26-year-old star – whose real name is Kim Yae-hyung – went to the hospital on Tuesday (15.02.22) afternoon after suffering from a sore throat and a PCR test revealed he had contracted coronavirus, making him the fifth member of the band to test positive in the last three months.

Big Hit confirmed, “V has completed two rounds of COVID-19 vaccinations and has no extraordinary symptoms other than a mild fever and sore throat.

“He is currently undergoing treatment at home pending further directives from the health authorities.

“The company places the health of artists at the top of our priorities and we will do everything in our power to help V recover quickly.

“We will also cooperate diligently with requests and directives from health authorities.”

The company noted that V had contact with other BTS members on Saturday (2/12/22) but it was not close contact and everyone was wearing a mask.

No other member of the group is showing symptoms and everyone has tested negative for the virus.

Last month, Jimin tested positive for the virus while hospitalized for emergency surgery after falling ill with appendicitis.

In December, RM, Jin and Suga all tested positive for COVID-19, but had mild symptoms.

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