BTS are back baby!

(Photos courtesy of facebook.com/bangtan.official)

Today and this Saturday and Sunday, the world's biggest boy band BTS will hold their first concert in their homeland, "BTS Permission To Dance On Stage - Seoul", after two-and-a-half years. The concert will take place at the Jamsil Olympic Stadium.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, their international fans will have a tough time attending the concert. Luckily for them, a livestream of the concert is available on venewlive.com for today's show and again on Sunday. On Saturday, the livestream will be screened in cinemas in 60 countries around the world, but Thailand's tickets are already sold out.

Last November, BTS performed "BTS Permission To Dance On Stage" at the SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles. The seven-member boy band surprised their fans by performing two solo songs by their rappers -- Suga's Daechwita and J-hope's Chicken Noodle Soup -- together.

For the Seoul concerts, fans can expect BTS to perform chart-topping songs including Butter, Dynamite and Permission To Dance as well as songs they have never performed before.

The band's label Big Hit Music has promised these shows will be spectacular with bigger LEDs and massive stage props.

As a group that has over 46.5 million followers on TikTok, BTS recently received the TikTok Gold Award. Last month, they won the IFPI Global Recording Artist of the Year Award -- the first act to win the award for two consecutive years. Adele and Taylor Swift ranked 2nd and 3rd after BTS.

Ticket prices for "BTS Permission To Dance On Stage - Seoul" range from US$46 (1,522 baht) to $83 and are available on the WeVerse Shop app.

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