BTS Will Be Making A Comeback To Korean Music Shows For The First Time In 2 Years

Fan reactions are very relatable!

As most BTS fans know, it has been quite a while since the K-Pop group has appeared on Korean music shows.

Backstage during BTS’s last music show performance | @BTS_bighit/Twitter

In fact, their last appearance was over two years ago for a performance of “ON” at Inkigayo on March 8, 2020, before the COVID-19 pandemic shut down live performances for a while.

During their promotions for comebacks since then, such as for “Dynamite”, “Life Goes On”, and “Butter”, BTS wasn’t able to promote on music broadcast shows in South Korea and instead appeared on American shows such as The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, the Billboard Music Awards, and the American Music Awards, to name just a few.

The group has already been exciting ARMY with all of the teasers and content they’ve been releasing for their upcoming comeback with the anthology album PROOF a week from today on June 10.

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And now, fans have even more reason to celebrate with the announcement of BTS’s return to music shows for their comeback!

The group will be promoting the title track of their album, “Yet To Come”, on several different music shows. So far they’ve announced three performances: M Countdown on June 16, Music Bank on June 17, and Inkigayo on June 19.

It will be great to see BTS perform in front of large and excited audiences again, and we’re sure that the members will love to see so many ARMYs in person again!

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Here’s how fans are excitedly reacting to the news on social media.

We can’t wait to see what else BTS has in store for us for their comeback!