When BTS’ fandom “ARMY” failed to buy tickets for the concert, they spread positive influence by donating ticket prices to Ukraine.
Pre-booking for BTS‘ concert “BTS PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE” opened on March 3rd.
BTS held a face-to-face concert in Korea for the first time in about three years, and ARMYs were filled with enthusiasm that they would surely succeed in ticketing.
Amid fierce ticketing, a number of ARMYs who failed to buy tickets donated ticket prices to Ukraine, which is suffering from Russia’s invasion.
They overcame the frustration of not being able to enjoy BTS‘ concert and joined the donation with a good heart.
After posting a donation proof shot, ARMYs humbly expressed their good deeds, saying, “It’s the money we wanted to spend happily, so we think it’s appropriate to spend it on a good cause.”
It was revealed that this was not the first time they had donated, which made it more surprising.
When BTS‘ world tour was canceled in April 2020 in the aftermath of COVID-19, ARMYs sponsored the refunded amount to various relief organizations.
Upon seeing this, netizens did not hesitate to applaud, saying that donating under the fandom’s name is a cool thing.
Meanwhile, BTS‘ concert “BTS PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE” will be held at the Seoul Olympic Stadium from March 10th~13th.