All The Flags At BTS’s Concert Prove They’re Truly Global Superstars With Fans From All Over The World
It comes as no surprise to fans of BTS that the global K-Pop group is popular everywhere around the world.
Although fans of BTS are used to being referred to as “teenage girls…”
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Fans have proven time and time again that ARMYs come from all ages, ethnicities, and genders.
BTS’s V recently gave male fans a literal voice at their Las Vegas PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE concerts.
THE WAY ALL OF BTS ARE SO HYPED FOR THE MEN?? OMG?? LOOKS LIKE THE FANBOYS WON TODAY pic.twitter.com/Ckol1mawEv
— camila⁷ (@friendskth) April 16, 2022
And fans who distribute free merchandise at concerts are realizing that older men and women they think might be there just to keep a fan company are actually fans themselves.
thanking me and gave me and my friends a purple face mask. Ever since the LA concert where I had a boyfriend ask me for a freebie because I only offered it to his girlfriend, I have made sure to offer my freebies to everyone. There have been people who kindly reject+
— ☻Janice⁷𖧵🍀 (@JaniceBanannice) April 18, 2022
And another way to determine BTS’s immense global popularity is by looking at the incredible number of flags from different countries that fans brought to the Las Vegas PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE concerts.
Here are some of the countries represented by flags at the concert, in no particular order.
The Netherlands, Australia, and Uruguay
Puerto Rico, Switzerland, and Ecuador
South Korea and Puerto Rico
Chile and the Philippines
The Dominican Republic and Venezuela
All these flags definitely prove that BTS truly reaches a global audience. And that Jin really is Mr. Worldwide Handsome.
🔮Nosso Worldwide Handsome ✨@BTS_twt pic.twitter.com/ZtfVBlmPiX
— QG B-armys ⁷ (@Qg_Barmys) April 18, 2022
You can see more pictures from the concert here.
70 HD BTS Concert Photos From “PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE – LAS VEGAS” Day 1 & Day 2