BTS’ “Yet To Come” to hit in Pakistan next month

Famous Korean Band BTS is about to hit Pakistan with its latest creation “Yet to Come”. Cinepax cinemas are sponsoring the gig. They announced this news on their Instagram handle, and fans are swooning with joy.

The famous and sensational K-pop boyband BTS’s concert film “Yet to Come” is all ready to hit Pakistani cinemas in February. The concert film titled ‘BTS: Yet To Come In Busan’ is releasing next month. As the boyband shared the news on their social media handle on 4th December 2022.

This is good news for all the supporters of BTS in Pakistan. Or as the BTS fans like to call it, the BTS ARMY. The news has been confirmed by Cinepax. A cinema chain, shared the news on their Instagram account with the official poster of the concert film.

Recently, BTS officials announced that the historic Busan concert ‘BTS: Yet To Come’ will be recreated into a cinema version. It will release via multiplex theaters in over 110 countries around the world, titled ‘BTS: Yet To Come In Cinema’. Earlier in October, the K-pop band held a Busan concert to promote the upcoming World Expo event which is going to be held in South Korea in 2030.

Cinepax Schedule

However, the Pakistani cinema chain is yet to share the schedule for selling tickets for the film. Which is said to be re-edited and remixed for the big screens. It will feature the band members Jin, SUGA, j-hope, RM, Jimin, V, and Jungkook. The group performed a total of 19 songs in an attempt to put Korean culture on the world map.

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The cinema’s official Twitter account retweeted a schedule by BTS that read that advance booking for the tickets will open on January 11 while the film releases 21 days later on Feb 1. However, Cinepax has yet to announce when tickets will go on sale. And whether it’s going to be available the same time announced by BTS.

This will serve as an opportunity for the fans who missed attending this hit event in Busan. However, those who experienced BTS’ magic first-hand can still watch this 103-minute film. Because the concert has been creatively shot from a completely fresh perspective.

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