May 18, 2022

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Look at BTS fans (mostly) adhering to the club-free rule

Recently B.D.S. The crowd at the concert in Seoul was a little different than usual.

On Thursday, BTS returned to the Olympic Stadium in Jams, where they performed the final show of 2019 for the “Permission to Dance on Stage” tour. However, the show underwent a number of changes to comply with Covid protocols. Only 15,000 people attended the night, compared to 70,000 at the stadium.

Very unusual, BTS management company A statement was issued prior to the show informing fans As a precaution against Govt-19, applause, shouting, cheering or standing are prohibited. Instead, fans were given physical applause that simulated the noise of the crowd.

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“Sitting for personal performance must comply with the distant guidelines mandated by the COVID-19 regulatory measures where local government performance takes place. “The event may be changed or canceled depending on the degree of social deviation,” the Big Hit Agency said in a statement.

The unusual circumstances certainly did not dampen the festive mood of the show as the members happily begged the audience at various places to “beat some hands”. At the end of the night, the boys took some time to sing birthday wishes to Suka – he had turned 29 the day before.

Video taken at the party was clip and shared Shared with TMZ, A large crowd of party goers is seated on benches spread across the large stadium. When BTS performed their last song at night, the audience used their red and black applause to provoke the crowd and clap to the beat.

BTS will perform twice more on March 12 and 13 at the Olympic Stadium in Jams. It will be broadcast live In theaters around the world. All three concerts are the first solo concerts hosted by BTS in South Korea for more than two years since the onset of the Kovit-19 epidemic.