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BTS Yet To Come film to hit PH cinemas in February

by Joyce Remo

THE biggest KPop boy band, BTS, brings worldwide fans a New Year gift with BTS: Yet To Come in Cinemas, an international film screening of the group’s recent concert in Busan, South Korea.

Save the date, Army

In a Twitter post, the seven-piece band announced that the documentation of the October concert would air in various theaters worldwide for a limited time starting February 1.

According to the BTS website, the film will be available in the Philippines from February 1 to 4. Filipino ARMYs can now purchase film tickets in selected SM Cinemas and Ayala Malls theaters in the country.

What the big-screen can offer

This big-screen concert feature will deliver “close-up angles and a whole new view of the entire concert, BTS in Busan” according to SM Cinema.

Aside from this, fans will also witness BTS’ career, including Dynamite, Butter, IDOL, and the first concert performance of Run BTS from the group’s latest album, Proof

How much

Ticket prices range from P550 to P700 for SM Cinemas for their 2D regular and Director’s Club showcase, while P550 to P1000 in Ayala Malls for their 2D and 4DX options.

What’s driving the news

The BTS: Yet To Come in Busan was a free concert to celebrate the group’s last performance in 2022 before they embarked on their respective military duties. 

With the eldest member, Jin enlisting for his mandatory military service in December, the group is expected to reconvene in 2025.

For Titos and Titas asking

BTS, or Bangtan Sonyeondan, was formed in 2010 under Big Hit Entertainment. Known for their top-charting tracks Butter, Dynamite, Spring Day, and DNA, the group is composed of members  Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V, and Jungkook.

Banner courtesy: BigHit Entertainment



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