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BTS plays ’emotions that can’t be put into words’ in front of fans again

FILE PHOTO: BTS performs during the 49th Annual American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles
FILE PHOTO: BTS performs during the 49th Annual American Music Awards at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California, U.S., November 21, 2021. Picture taken November 21, 2021. REUTERS/ Mario Anzuoni

November 29, 2021

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – K-Pop celebrity BTS is performing their first live concert since the COVID-19 pandemic began, and throngs of raving fans have flocked to Los Angeles to see their idols in the flesh.

The seven-member group from South Korea held the first of four “Permission to Dance on Stage” concerts at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood on Saturday.

Speaking at a press conference ahead of Monday night’s show, BTS member RM said being on stage again for the first time since 2019 was an emotional experience.

“Seeing all the fans, seeing the stadium packed with all the fans yesterday made me really emotional beyond words,” RM told reporters.

The concerts are BTS’ first since 2019, when they wrapped up their last tour from North America to Europe to Asia.

As the pandemic spread last year, the band postponed and then postponed their biggest international tour, which included nearly 40 concerts, to instead hold performances online.

Since their debut in 2013, BTS has led a global K-Pop craze with upbeat, upbeat music and dance, as well as lyrics and social campaigns to empower young people. .

Last week, they took home top Artist of the Year awards at the American Music Awards and Best Pop Song for their summer hit “Butter,” among other accolades.

BTS’ fan base, dubbed “ARMY,” is known for its fervent dedication to the group.

“We are delighted to see them tonight. It’s been too long,” Ravy Sok, 37, said outside the SoFi Stadium on Sunday. “We saw them almost two years ago at Jingle Ball. Finally, this is another chance to see them again.”

Her friend Stephanie Tea, 31, added: “They really inspired us and helped us a lot in life and they were a huge inspiration to us.”

The band will complete four days of running with performances on Wednesdays and Thursdays.

(Reporting by Sandra Stojanovic and Omar Younis, Writing by Alex Richardson; Editing by Mike Collett-White)

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