OTTplay Logo
settings icon
profile icon

BTS Yet to come Review: A warm hug from the Bangtan Boys to their ARMY

BTS yet to come concert film marked the K-pop band, BTS’ last stage performance before they embarked on their mandatory military service. It released on Prime Video on November 9.

BTS Yet to come Review: A warm hug from the Bangtan Boys to their ARMY
BTS Yet To Come released on Prime Video

Last Updated: 02.35 PM, Feb 26, 2024


BTS: Yet To Come concert movie released today on Prime Video will time travel the ARMYs to 2022 in Busan when the 7-member boy band, BTS performed their last concert together until their anticipated return in 2025. The concert was a part of Busan’s World Expo Bid 2030 and amassed a loyal fandom of more than 50000 people. The newly released movie marked their last stage performance before they embarked on their mandatory military service.

Electrifying stage performance

The 7-member team set the stage on fire as they arrived on the decorated set with thousands of ARMYs swinging their ARMY bombs in their hands.

BTS consists of 7 highly esteemed musicians, Kim Namjoon (RM), Kim Seokjin (Jin), Min Yoongi (Suga), Jeong Hoseok (J-Hope), Park Jimin (Jimin), Kim Taehyung (V), Jeon Jungkook (Jungkook)

The Busan concert kicked off amid the dazzling fireworks, while the band decked up in their glam all-black ensemble and funky accessories arrived on stage. Their first track of the evening was their hit song Mic Drop sung by the soulful vocalists of the music band, Jungkook, V, and Jimin.

BTS or Bangtan Sonyeondan’s legacy spans over 10 memorable years of struggle, fame, success, and legendary status after it debuted in 2013. Suga, the rapper also hints at their bumpy journey with the song lyrics that read, “The reason for BTS’ success? I don’t even know, there’s no such thing. It was all us running ourselves ragged..” the lyrics were of the song Run BTS which released in 2022. This was the first time, the iconic song was performed on stage live. After performing for 13-14 minutes, the team took a brief pause and introduced themselves in their signature styles, with the handsome Jin flying his precious kisses to the the crowd.

Trip down memory lane featuring Busan...

The emotionally charged group reminisced about their previous 2019 Magic Shop concert that was held in Busan and got a bit sentimental throughout the nostalgic trip. This music concert was both enthralling and ardent for two of the members, Jimin and Jungkook as they hail from Busan, and being back in their hometown stirred their emotions. “It feels like the entire city is hosting a festival with BTS and I’m determined to make this an amazing highlight of the festival," said Jungkook excitedly.

As BTS’ vocalists, Jungkook, Jimin, and V, commenced their next scheduled songs like Save Me, Zero O’Clock, and Butterfly, the entire stage lit up with a cheering crowd, and twinkling lights. Followed by the rap stars, RM, Suga, and J-Hope, burning the stage with their passionate raps of Ugh and Cypher pt 3.

With a boy with luv, the music group switched their black, bold dapper look with a more subtle pastel color ensemble, exuding the Korean charm. The band smoothly glided to the rhythm of their full English song, Butter.

BTS bids goodbye until we see them again.

Band’s leader, RM bid a hearty goodbye to the ARMYs and said, “With more hope than sadness, we’d like to say goodbye.”

Another highlight of the coveted concert film was Jimin getting emotional as the concert culminated to its end.

Other teammates also expressed their gratitude in their special ways, some even made adorable hand gestures like the Korean heart and bid adieu to their loyal fans and bowed with Young Forever Epilogue playing in the backdrop.

While reminiscing about his nearly 10-year journey with the band, the team’s youngest member, Jeon Jungkook got nostalgic and said, “There were hard times and sometimes I even wanted to quit. But I always had the members to pull me through, and it’s all thanks to them that I’m here today.”

ARMY also cheered up their idol Jimin by wishing him Happy Birthday, the band mates also hopped in by singing the Korean bday song for their beloved mate.

Stream or Skip on OTT?

The high-octane musical performances before the group takes a hiatus are a treat to the ears, not just for the ARMY but even for anyone who likes catchy beats and synchronized dance moves. Thus making it a 10/10 to Stream on OTT. The 1:43 hours concert film is a Whiff of fresh air!

Whether it’s the intricately designed stage or the meticulous production of the movie containing significant elements like a yellow bus- BTS: yet to come is an ode to an unbreakable bond between BTS and its ARMY. The emotional, bittersweet ride will keep you glued to the screen throughout the performances.

BTS: Yet to come is streaming on Prime Video.


    Get the latest updates in your inbox