BTS will perform in the Busan Asiad Main Stadium on October 15th for a concert titled "BTS "Yet To Come" in BUSAN" to pray for the 2030 Busan World Expo. 

. This performance is free to the public, thus it is anticipated that it will serve as a location for a worldwide gathering of people. 

 Additionally, it is anticipated that by promoting Busan and Korea's cultures, it will add to the appeal of the Busan World Expo.

LIVE PLAY will be held in addition to live performances in front of an audience. 

The audience can experience "BTS "Yet To Come" in BUSAN" with a strong sensation of presence thanks to a giant screen built in the outdoor parking lot of the Busan Port International Passenger Terminal and a customised stage in Haeundae.

You may watch "BTS "Yet To Come" in BUSAN" on TV via JTBC and Japanese TBS Channel 1, as well as online live streaming on a number of platforms like Weverse, ZEPETO, and Naver Now. 

. Everyone is encouraged to take in and breathe the BTS concert together, regardless of location or generation.

There are a total of 8 languages and subtitles supported by Weverse, a global fandom life site, including Korean, English, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, Indonesian, Vietnamese, and Thai. 

On October 15 at 2:30 PM IST, it will start streaming. 

. The song "BTS "Yet To Come" in BUSAN" is consistent with the album "Proof," which details BTS's history as a group that established their value via music.