- Karina Lee
BTS' PTD SEOUL IS LIVESTREAMED IN OVER 3000 THEATRES IN 75 COUNTRIES
The second performance of the group BTS 'BTS PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE - SEOUL' was held in front of 15,000 spectators at Jamsil Sports Complex in Seoul, and was also broadcast live at 3,711 movie theaters in 75 countries/regions around the world.
The performances on the first and last days (March 13) of 'BTS PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE - SEOUL', which started on the 10th, will be live streamed online on the fandom platform Weverse, while the performance on the second day will be held worldwide as 'Live Viewing'. It is designed to be seen in cinemas.
'BTS PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE - SEOUL' is a face-to-face concert to be held in Seoul for the first time in two and a half years, and domestic fans have been more interested than ever. 'Live Viewing' is an event prepared to vividly convey the heat of the concert hall by supplementing the inevitable limit of the number of seats in the concert hall due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 'Live Viewing' is receiving favorable responses from fans around the world in that it diversifies the medium to enjoy the performance and provides a wide range of opportunities for fans who have weak access to the venue.
On this day, the second performance of 'BTS PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE - SEOUL' was shown in real time at 3,711 movie theaters in 75 countries/regions around the world through 'Live Viewing'. In this 'Live Viewing', as in the face-to-face performance, the distance between seats in the cinema was applied, and shouting was prohibited. The audience cheered with warm applause.