South Korean boyband, BTS held a free concert Yet to Come for the 2030 Busan World Expo bid at Busan on Saturday night. Members RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook kickstarted the much-awaited show with Mic Drop. 

BTS also made their debut performance of the song, Run BTS on the Yet to Come concert stage. The seven members donned biker jacket costumes and put forward an enthralling performance. 

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The BTS fans aka BTS ARMY were hyped up for what the boys had in store for them next. RM caught a lot of attention for spicing up his verses of the song. Adding a little something to his song lines, RM sang, “Haters gonna hate, players gonna play, live a life, sucker.” The singer added, “I wish you good good luck.”

While addressing the fans, RM and J-Hope requested the fans to keep trusting them. RM said, “No matter what happens in front of us/in the future, the hearts of the seven BTS members are the same, and if all of you believe in us, we will firmly/resolutely continue and happily make music, so please have faith in us.”

While addressing the fans, Jimin also promised that they will keep holding more concerts in the future and said, “So, don’t be disappointed.”

Without giving many details, Jin confirmed that he will be the next member to release a solo piece. He said, “I’ve been shooting some things and there will be more in the future, so I hope you guys will look forward to it.”

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The BTS concert was live-streamed on Weverse, and Naver and broadcasted on JTBC. More than 45M fans watched the concert on live streaming and over 100K fans were present at the venue to witness the concert in Busan as per India Today.