BTS Jungkook fans provide free bottled water and hand fans as special support for the Busan concert

Fans of BTS Jungkook cheer for the Busan concert with a special sharing project.

Jungkook‘s Korean fan club “Jungkook Supporters” will share 8,000 hand fans free of charge to support Jungkook on the stage of the BTS concert “Yet To Come (in Busan),” which is arranged to bid for the host of the 2030 Busan World Expo.

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“Jungkook Supporters” will hold a Jungkook-printed hand fan sharing event around Busan Asiad Main Stadium Sculpture Park from 11 a.m. on the day of the concert. 

Jungkook’s Twitter fan account “Youth, Jeon Jungkook” will share bottled water for free with “Jungkook Supporters.” “Youth, Jeon Jung-kook” will also provide “Rabbit Fan” to fans wearing “Jungkook Fan” badges.

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Earlier, “Jungkook Supporters” also unveiled a supporting project to fly a “Jungkook, I love you” airship over the Busan Asiad Main Stadium from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Oct 15th.

From Oct. 11th to Oct. 16th, ultra-high-speed support will also be provided to install 100 trillion streetlight banners around the road near the Asiad Main Stadium. 

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“Jungkook Supporters” continues to deliver another meaningful, supportive and passionate love to Jungkook by unveiling the “Jungkook Bus” project that runs around Busan from October 14th to 16th.

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The “Jungkook Bus” will travel near the Asiad Main Stadium on Oct 15th, the day of the concert, and will run around Haeundae on Oct 16th.

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Jungkook’s Chinese fan club will also broadcast Jungkook’s advertisements on three electronic boards that can be seen from any direction inside Busan Subway Stadium Station for a month from October 1st to October 31st.

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Jungkook’s Twitter fan account “I Dare U” will cover the concert with colorful “Jungkook waves” by preparing Jungkook’s streetlight banners around the Asiad Main Stadium from Oct. 14th to Oct. 16th and electronic bulletin boards near Exit 7 of Busan Station from Oct. 1st to Oct. 31st.

Source: Daum

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