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BTS Announces Upcoming Music Show Appearances With “Proof,” Fans Say, “And Nothing For Kpop”

BTS is gearing up for their highly anticipated comeback which will be released next week and it looks like the boy band’s Korean fans have a lot to look forward to. BTS will be making their first official comeback since releasing their self-produced album “BE” and third English single “Permission to Dance.” The boy group’s anthology debut album “Proof” will be released on June 10 with the lead single titled “Yet To Come.”

While fans are still reeling from the various concept photos that have been released promoting the album, the boys are releasing sequel content, including their Apple Music Radio show ‘BTS Radio: Past and Present’, and have also visited the White House in Washington, DC, USA. The BTS members have now safely returned to South Korea and are gearing up for their new comeback with the 45-track album titled “Proof.” On June 3, Big Hit Music announced that with this comeback, the boy group will also be returning to the South Korean states of music shows for the first time since 2020.

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BTS will appear in Korean music programs

BTS last appeared on K-pop music shows in 2020 when they competed with the single “On,” the title track from their album “Map of the Soul: 7.” After that, BTS won many wins for their future releases on several music shows, but the boys, who worked nonstop, never had time to attend the music shows. The wait for K-ARMY (Korean BTS fans) to finally see the Bangtan Boys in person as they return to music shows is over. In the coming weeks, fans will see BTS compete and hopefully pick up big wins on music shows. Big Hit Music has released a schedule for BTS members as they will attend three music shows to perform the single “Yet To Come.”

Six days after their comeback, BTS will debut with Mnet’s “M Countdown” on June 16. BTS will also appear on KBS2’s music show “Music Bank” on June 17 and on SBS’s “Inkigayo” on June 19. These three shows will be BTS’s first time on stage since March 2020, and the boy group is preparing a powerful performance for an album that chronicles their nine years in the music industry. The anthology album titled ‘Proof’ consists of a total of 3 CDs and is an album where the past, present and future of BTS coexist. “Proof” features a total of five previously unreleased songs, including the title track “Yet To Come” alongside tracks like “Run BTS” which draws inspiration from their long-running variety show and singles like “For Youth,” ‘Ambiguous Relationship’ and ‘Young Love’.

‘It will be funny’

BTS fans can’t wait to see the boy band back on stage after they started trending phrases like “Music Bank”, “OMG Finally” and “Music Shows” on Twitter. One fan said, “Omg finally came back to mcountdown (16th), music bank (17th) and inkigayo (19th) for the first time after two years and they will also have a live audience with k-armys, I’m so happy rn.”

Another fan said, “I can’t wait for this to sweep music shows until bts comes back, then bts will sweep for months and nothing for Kpop groups.” One fan said, “OMG FINALLY AAAAHHH.”

One fan said, “I feel like it’s been a century since I’ve seen them on these shows.” One excited fan said, “Woww finally 😭😭.. I’m so excited almost after 2 years.” One fan said, “A VICTORY FOR KARMYS!!!! YEEEEEAAAAHHHHH!!!!!” One fan said, “We are thrilled…last time was in 2020.”

One fan said, “The KINGS of ‘TRIPLE HAT TRICK’ @BTS_twt are back to do it their own way – WOW – what’s #YetToCome by #BTS on #BTS_Proof will light up the world around them.” One fan replied, “The reason music broadcasts limited a song’s win to just three crowns after Dynamite’s win every week.”