Being able to enjoy those performances is definitely a rare opportunity. But some of our viewers might wish they were in Los Angeles this weekend, right?
That's right, global superstars BTS are to have a live concert for the first time in two years at Los Angeles' SoFi Stadium on November 27th and 28th, and also on December 1st and 2nd.
Then on December 3rd, the group will make a special appearance at the 2021 Jingle Ball.
And BTS fans could be even more excited to see their idols as this week, BTS won the top prize at the American Music Awards and were nominated for the Grammys for the second consecutive year.
This is the first time BTS are having live shows after the pandemic, and of course tickets for all those four days have already sold out.
For those who missed out on the tickets, BTS are offering fans a chance to see a livestream of the performances at a YouTube theater nearby the site, at the same time as the LA concerts.
Wow, the fact that all the tickets are already sold out really shows their jaw-dropping popularity. I heard some tickets are being resold at eyewatering prices.
That's right, the tickets' original prices range from 75 to 2-hundred-75 U.S. dollars, but some tickets are being resold for up to 73-hundred dollars. That's beyond what many fans can afford. One BTS superfan who has down syndrome spent months sweeping porches to earn enough for a ticket. Luckily, it seems his prayers have been answered as he has reportedly been given a pass for this Saturday's show.
Well that is a touching story. I hope the BTS concert could give joy to those who were able to get to the show. Alright, thank you Bo-kyoung for sharing that info with us, I will see you next week.