Viewers Hyped As KBS Gears Up To Open Music Shows To Live Studio Audiences!
Only a couple more weeks of waiting and you can once again cheer for your favorite K-pop artists live as a certain music show will open its doors to live audiences!
The pandemic has unfortunately set back plans for almost everyone in the world. From personal plans such as graduations and vacations to public events such as concerts and festivals, no one was safe from COVID-19.
But after regulations were implemented, some plans have now been once again placed in motion and some people seem to be on the move once again on their activities.
Just recently, the improvement of the pandemic has been highlighted as certain K-pop music shows are currently confirmed to be preparing to have live studio audiences.
As per recent reports, KBS's music shows are confirmed to be officially reopening to having live audiences, to the delight of fans and viewers.
On the 4th of November, KBS announced that after almost two years, they would be once again having live studio audiences for their music programs.
Previously in January of 2020, KBS started removing studio audiences from all of their music shows due to the COVID-19 pandemic and they started with "Music Bank."
Furthermore, "Open Concert" will be the first of KBS's music programs to go back to filming with a live audience in mid-November, which is followed by "Yoo Hee Yeol's Sketchbook," then then "Immortal Songs," then "Gayo Stage," and finally "Music Bank."
KBS stated, "In order to keep performances safe and healthy, we will strictly adhere to social distancing guidelines such as maintaining distance between seats and limiting the number of audience members. Each program's precise schedule and instructions on how to apply for the live audience will be posted on its website."
Are you ready to see your favorite K-pop artists live on KBS's "Music Bank"?
Stay tuned for more news and updates regarding your favorite K-pop artists!