They promise to keep coming back for more. BTS is the world’s most popular boy group and now you can experience their thrilling concert in the comfort of your own home. Here’s how to watch BTS: Yet to Come for free so you can wave your ARMY Bomb, sing, and dance your purple heart out.
Bangtan Sonyeondan, better known as BTS or The Bangtan Boys, debuted in 2013 with members RM, Jin, Suga, j-hope, Jimin, V, and Jung Kook. The boyband captured the hearts of millions with their fanbase affectionately called ARMY, which stands for Adorable Representative MC of Youth. The K-pop group’s accomplishments catapulted them to the top of the Billboard Charts, two Grammy nominations and multiple American Music Awards and MTV Video Music Awards wins. They were also named TIME’s Entertainer of the Year 2020. In 2022, BTS released an anthology album of their nearly decade-long career called Proof.
The album coincided with their concert in Busan, South Korea, as a part of Busan’s World Expo 2030 bid. The free concert was held at the Asiad Main Stadium, with approximately 50,000 people in attendance on October 15, 2022. It was the first concert as seven after they announced that the band would be taking a break so that the members could enlist in Korea’s mandatory military service. j-hope performed at Lollapalooza in August of that year, as the first South Korean soloist to perform at the festival, and kicked off the string of successful solo releases by each member.
The movie is explosive with enticing performances with BTS classics like “MIC DROP,” “Dope,” “Run,” and “Idol” as well as newer hits like “Dynamite,” “Butter,” and “Yet to Come (The Most Beautiful Moment).” “It feels a little strange to be in my hometown,” Jimin said during the concert, who with fellow member Jung Kook, hails from the second biggest city in South Korea. He then shouted, “Welcome to my city, let’s go!” while introducing “Ma City” which is an ode to each member’s respective hometowns.
So how can you join in on the fun and watch BTS: Yet To Come? Read more to find out.
BTS: Yet To Come is available to stream on Prime Video. Prime Video offers a 30-day free trial and costs $8.99 per month for non-Amazon Prime members. Prime Video comes for free with a Prime subscription, which also offers a 30-day free trial and costs $14.99 per month or $139 per year (a saving of about $36 from the monthly subscription.) Students can also subscribe to Amazon Prime Student for $7.49 per month or $69 per year, which is half the price of the regular subscription and also comes with Prime Video.
How to watch BTS: Yet To Come online for free
Prime Video’s free trial is four times longer than most other streaming services. Compared to Paramount Plus, which offer just a seven-day free trial, Amazon Prime Video’s free trial is 30 days. That’s three weeks more than competitors. The free trial also comes with the same benefits of Prime, such as free two-day shipping, Prime Music and more. But perhaps the best part about Prime Video’s free trial is that customers can sign up for it multiple times. According to Amazon, users can sign up for Prime Video’s free trial over and over again as long as it isn’t within the same 12 months. This means that if you if you haven’t been an Amazon Prime member for more than 12 months, you’re eligible to receive another 30 days for free.
After the free trial ends, Prime Video costs $8.99 per month for non-Prime members. However, if you’re an Prime member, Prime Video comes free with Prime, which includes Prime Delivery (such as free two-day shipping, free same-day shipping, free release-date delivery and free no-rush shipping), as well as access to Prime Music, Prime Gaming and Prime Reading. Amazon Prime costs $14.99 per month or $139 per year, which saves subscribers about $36 from the monthly subscription.
Below are step-by-step instructions for how to sign up for Prime Video’s free trial.
- Visit Prime Video’s website
- Click “Start your 30-day free trial“
- Create or log into your Amazon account
- Start watching BTS: Yet To Come on Prime Video for free
BTS: Yet To Come Setlist
Here’s a list of songs that BTS performed for their Yet To Come concert in Busan, South Korea.
- MIC Drop
- Run BTS
- Save Me
- 00:00 (Zero O’Clock)
- Cypher Pt.3: Killer
- Boy With Luv
- Ma City
- Epilogue: Young Forever
- For Youth
- Spring Day
- Yet to Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)
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