group's concert comes to Prime Video; this is its release date

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One year after bts gave their last concert in Busan, South Korea, which they called Yet to Come, there is good news for Army as they will be able to watch it again and again this great show through Prime Video.

Just a few hours ago, through their social networks, the K-pop group announced that BTS: Yet to Come will be available to stream on Prime Video.

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BTS: Yet to Come, a special concert for Army

This concert took place on October 15, 2022 and was completely free. As if that were not enough, at the same time When the concert took place, thousands of BTS fans were able to watch it on a broadcast simultaneously on the Weverse platform.

BTS: Yet to Come was very emotional, as each of the members showed their fans how much they love them. Shortly after the concert, it was announced that the group would be taking some time off. of their activities to focus on their projects as soloists and that they would fulfill their military service.

It is for this reason that this concert It is so special for BTS fans, since it was a momentary farewell of the group's scenarios.

It was in February of this year when it was announced that the concert would be broadcast for a few days in several cinemas around the world.

BTS: Yet to Come comes to Prime Video

As a way to commemorate the one year anniversary of this concert in which RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook performed their song “Run BTS” for the first time. It was reported that the concert will be added to the Prime Video catalog.

It will be from November 9 when BTS: Yet to Come is available on the streaming platform.

What songs does BTS: Yet to Come include?

Next, we leave you the list of songs that the idols performed in BTS: Yet to Come.

  • “Mic drop”
  • “Run BTS”
  • “Run”
  • “Save me”
  • “00.00″
  • “Butterfly”
  • “Ugh!”
  • “BTS chapter part.3″
  • “Dynamite”
  • “Boy with luv”
  • “Butter”
  • “Ma city”
  • “Dope”
  • “Fire”
  • “Idol”
  • “Young forever”
  • “For youth”
  • “Spring day”
  • “Yet to come”

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