In the video … the song “Dynamite” has a audience of...

In the video … the song “Dynamite” has a audience of...
In the video … the song “Dynamite” has a audience of...
More than 100 million fans of the South Korean group BTS joined a concert hosted by the popular youth pop group on the Internet on Saturday, waving distinctive light sticks and sharing messages in a chat room.

The 7-member band held the virtual event after canceling its initial plan to hold a live performance for a limited audience, in line with the South Korean government’s tight restrictions on social distancing. The band had already canceled their earlier announced world tours.

The concert was watched by an audience of 114 million, driven by the success of the song (Dynamite), which is the first song of the group (BTS) in English, which topped the list of the top 100 songs last month, and won about half a billion views on YouTube.

As the band performed, a back wall of small screens showed thousands of fans joining from all over the world, many of them waving light sticks. A chat room was opened to allow followers to post their comments to coincide with the ceremony.

In Seoul, a small group gathered in a cafe for BTS fans to watch the concert together, putting on masks and observing the rules of social distancing.

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