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New York Times Reveals What's Behind BTS Concerts, Fans To Be More Excited?

by stphntapulao / May 07, 2017 02:12 AM EDT

There is no stopping as to BTS' fame and popularity is a concern. Just recently, the boy group captured the attention of New York Times, which revealed a sneak peek of what's really happening with BTS in South America. Sources told that the said publication includes a piece of the group's success in Chile, the growing number of their fans, and the fast-paced selling of their concert tickets. Would BTS's fame felt any better?

According to Soompi, the article published by New York Times showed how BTS took over Chile as if it was their own. Sources told that the boy group is now tagged as one of the most sought-after boy bands in South American countries, despite language and culture barriers. Not just that, the article also revealed how group's fandom have helped them achieve the success that they are currently experiencing. As of today, BTS already have a million followers, different fan accounts and a solid fanbase that would fill up concert arenas in just a snap.

Moreover, it was told that BTS easily generated $2 million in revenue from tickets sales in their two-day concert series. The ticket selling was almost done after two hours, with some fans going home without one. It was also reiterated that promoters didn't have to use the usual advertisements as the group's popularity is sufficient to capture the interest of their viewers. Also, the amount mentioned above does not even include the profit capture from the merchandise sales.

The article also showed that the scream of the fans during BTS concerts were enough to damage one's ear. As it was cited, the loudest sound reported during their concert was 127 decibel, which experts agree to be dangerous.

Meanwhile, BTS is all set ot attend the Billboard Music Awards in Last Vegas this month. According to IB Times, the Korean boy group is nominated in the "Top Social Artist" category alongside Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez. With this, fans are looking forward that the group would win in the said nomination, despite the fact that they would have to compete with other Hollywood celebrities.

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