BTS To Return To Korean Music Shows For Proof Promotions After 2 Years


BTS members – RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook are all set for their upcoming anthology album Proof, which will be released on June 10. This time, they spare no effort to promote their album. According to their agency, Big Hit Music, BTS will return to Korean music shows after two years for Proof’s promotions. (Also Read: BTS Reveals They Planned Mumbai Concert In 2020, Fans Urge Them To Plan India Visit Again)

BTS will appear on Korean music shows starting June 16 for promotions. They will perform on the title track of Proof – Yet to Come on weekly music shows, including Mnet’s M Countdown on June 16, KBS 2TV’s Music Bank on June 17, and SBS’s Inkigayo on June 19. BTS last performed on music shows in March 2020 for promotions of their album Map of the Soul: 7.

Speaking of Map of the Soul: 7, BTS recently walked down memory lane and shared how the coronavirus pandemic has affected their work. The band planned to go on tour for a year and visit places like Barcelona, ​​South America and India. They also added that they were in talks to hold a concert in Mumbai.

Proof of that will be a 3-CD collection of old and new BTS hit songs. Besides its title track Yet to Come, it will include songs Run BTS, Born Singer, I Need You, Run, Fire, Fake Love, Persona, Moon, Never Seen, Seesaw, NO, Boy in Luv, Danger, IDOL, Dynamite, On, Butter and Life Goes On, among others. “The BTS anthology album that embodies the history of BTS will be released as they begin a new chapter as an active artist for nine years to look back on their past efforts,” Big Hit added in a statement during the release of the album. three days before their ninth birthday.

Their agency had recently unveiled a new group photo and the individual concept photos of RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook of Proof. In the photos, the members were dressed in pastel hues and featured in a veil theme. The new images are different from their all-black look in early Proof concept photos.

BTS’ last album was BE, released in 2020. Since then, they have also released hit singles such as Butter, Permission to Dance, and My Universe with Coldplay.


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