The global K-pop sensation group, BTS, has returned home to South Korea after almost a month in the United States for their 'Permission To Dance On Stage' tour. After two consecutive sold-out weekends in Las Vegas, Nevada, the six of the seven members - Jin, Jimin, V, J-Hope, and Suga were spotted at Incheon Airport in the early morning hours of Tuesday, April 19. Rap Monster was not spotted with the group. He reportedly is scheduled to stay longer in the U.S.
BTS arriving at Incheon Airport. Photo via Yonhap News.
While in the U.S., the group took part in the 64th Grammy Awards as being nominated for Pop/Duo Group Performance as well as performing their hit song 'Butter'.
After the famous awards ceremony, BTS held four "Permission to Dance on Stage - Las Vegas" live concerts at Allegiant Stadium and also streamed the live performance online. Allegiant Stadium which seats 65,000 is also used for the NFL (National Football League) Las Vegas Raiders. The concert series was such a huge success that according to Big Hit Music, attracted over 624,000 people joined both the live and online streaming concerts.
BTS' "Permission to Dance on Stage" concert was held in Las Vegas. Photo via The Economic Times.
The "Permission to Dance on Stage" concert series was launched last October in Seoul as a live stream show before being held live in November and December in Las Angeles and again in Seoul in March 2022. BTS is poised to return to the top of music charts this summer where they announced a new album will be dropping on June 10th. The boys will be celebrating their eight year anniversary since their first album dropped on June 10, 2013.
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