When BTS hosted Yet to Come in October 2022 in Busan, South Korea, approximately 50,000 people came to watch the seven-member band perform.
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Now, all of those fans and more will be able to watch RM, Jin, SUGA, j-hope, Jimin, V, and Jung Kook perform all over again as Prime Video released their concert film Down Under.
Featuring 19 performances of their hit tracks, such as Dynamite, Butter, RUN, MIC Drop and Yet To Come (The Most Beautiful Moment), BTS: Yet to Come will also feature touching speeches, electrifying stages and spectacular fireworks for fans to stream.
“We are thrilled to partner with HYBE in welcoming BTS: Yet to Come to Prime Video,” said David Simonsen, director of Prime Video Southeast Asia.
“We know the popularity of high-quality Korean content worldwide and we look forward to delighting consumers around the globe with BTS: Yet to Come. We are excited to see the concert movie and this genre find new audiences from different countries on Prime Video.”
BTS has arrived to the small screen.
To say fans couldn’t be more excited would be an understatement. See just a few of their reactions below.
“I have watched it like 6 times in cinemas and I am still going to watch this on Prime Video again,” said one Instagram user.
“Oh my god, I'm looking forward to seeing this epic show again,” added another, while a third said: “Thank you Prime Video for making this happen.”
More comments followed suit, saying they “couldn’t wait” to see the film. If that includes you, then you’re in luck because we know exactly where you can watch BTS: Yet to Come.
“Oh my god, I'm looking forward to seeing this epic show again.”
Where to watch the BTS movie, Yet To Come, in Australia
Prime Video customers in Australia, as well as 240 countries and territories worldwide, can stream BTS: Yet to Come from November 9 this year.
Chanelle MansourChanelle is a senior content producer in the affiliates/commerce content team - working across various digital brands at Are Media, including Who. When she’s not binge-watching her way through the most popular shows of the year, she’s writing about them.