On the evening of the 10th December, the Gocheok Sky Dome in Guro-gu, Seoul, was heated up with 20,000 spectators crying for BTS. When intro only flowed out, the shout broke out.
BTS stood on the final stage of the 2017 BTS Live Trilogy Episode III The Wings Tour. It started in Seoul in February, and it was a day to mark the end of the concert with 19 sold out cities in North and South America, Southeast Asia, Australia and Japan. A total of 60,000 spectators were held in Seoul for three days starting from the 8th December.
The concert began with the video of BTS receiving the ‘Top Social Artist’ award at the ‘Billboard Music Awards’ in last May. BTS seemed to be thrilled by the fact that they were not only the biggest venue in Korea but also emerged as a global group.
Reader RM talked about the difficulties that have arisen since its debut in 2013. He said, “Dreams, enthusiasm, and effort seemed to have no power. All of us were deserts of indifference and outward, cynical. We fell, we crashed, we sat down, but we did not give up. The most beautiful days have not yet begun.”
The performance repertoire was colorful. It is also known as ‘Mic Drop’, ‘DNA’, ‘N.O’, ’No More Dream’, ‘Go Go’, ‘Boy in Luv’, ‘Danger’, ‘Blood Sweat & Tears’ and ‘Run’ a total of 20 songs filled the running time which was close to 3 hours. When RM, Sugar, and J-Hop were playing Cypher (freestyle rap), the enthusiasm rose.
They were sweaty and showed off their pleasant accomplishments. The fans applauded their heartfelt applause and were delighted with the growth of BTS. A surge of 20,000 fans shaking the luminous rods was a spectacular sight.
BTS called ‘You never walk alone’, ‘Best of me’, ‘Road/Path’, ‘Born singer’ and ‘Spring day’ as the encore song. RM said, “I would like to walk with you, run, and fly with you so that you will not be lonely in the future.”
On this day, foreign fans such as China, Japan, and the United States were poisonous, as they prove the global fandom of BTS. Foreign fans enjoyed the performance by waving placards with cheers in their native language.