BTS streamed a series of previous concerts and fan meets online as a part of an event called ‘BANG BANG CON’ / Photos: Screenshots from YouTube channel BANGTANTV

ARMYs from all around the world recently gathered in the front row in their living rooms to see BTS. Within 30 minutes of BTS’s BANG BANG CON going live, more than two million viewers were tuned in to watch the livestream. 

BANG BANG CON, BTS’s online concert event, started streaming at noon on April 18 via the YouTube channel BANGTANTV. Consisting of eight parts, the two-day event gave viewers free access to previous concerts and fan meets.

BANG BANG CON drew in over 2 million viewers simultaneously / Photo: Screenshot from YouTube channel BANGTANTV

ARMYs from all over the globe watched BTS concerts from the comfort of their own homes. Concert footage from The Most Beautiful Moment in Life On Stage tour, The Most Beautiful Moment in Life: Epilogue, fan meets, and music videos were streamed on the 18th. BANG BANG CON was a gift prepared by BTS for their fans who have been missing their favorite idol group. 

To offer viewers an aspect of a live BTS concert experience, a system has been put in link Army Bombs (lightsticks) all around the world through Weverse, a communication app and web platform. The linked Army Bombs allowed fans to shake their lightsticks in unison as they watched the shows, just as they would do at an actual concert. 

BTS / Photo: Big Hit Entertainment

The streaming schedule for the 19th included the 2017 BTS Live Trilogy Episode III The Wings Tour in Seoul, 2017 BTS Live Trilogy EPISODE III The Wings Tour The Final, BTS World Tour ‘Love Yourself’ Seoul, and fan meets from 2018.