The Busan concert of BTS will be broadcast live for free for fans all around the world.
On September 20th, Weverse, a global fan platform, announced that it will broadcast the WORLD EXPO 2030 BUSAN KOREA CONCERT “BTS <Yet To Come> in BUSAN” on Weverse LIVE for free. Meanwhile, the concert will be held at the Busan Asiad Main Stadium at 6 pm (KST) on October 15th.
In the past, Weverse also broadcasted live stages of BTS j-hope and TXT at the global music festival “Lollapalooza”, which was held in Chicago, the USA in July. Through its Weverse LIVE function, the platform managed to handle large-scale traffic with a total of 16.28 million views.
Weverse provides a variety of viewing options that enhance convenience, such as supporting broadcasting not only through the Weverse app, but also through the PC website and the Weverse TV app installed on smart TVs.
In addition, on the official streaming platform, the translation support language has been expanded from the existing 4 Korean/English/Chinese/Japanese languages to 8 languages, including Spanish, Indonesian, Vietnamese, and Thai, so that fans around the world can enjoy it together.
Weverse provides a function in which fans logging in later than the live time can watch the concert from the beginning by moving the live video playback bar. The real-time chat function also enables fans around the world to communicate together.
The live broadcast of the “BTS <Yet to Come> in BUSAN” concert through Weverse Live can be viewed through the Live tab in the BTS community by accessing the Weverse mobile app or PC website during the concert.