ARMY. After months of waiting and hoping, BTS is now coming to Busan! The renowned K-pop group was appointed as the honorary ambassador for the 2030 Busan World Expo and this upcoming event is going to be part of the city’s campaign. The “Yet to Come in Busan” concert is coming this October 15 (Saturday) at 6 PM KST.
Ticket reservations already started last August 30, 2022. And if you were not lucky enough to get the live concert ticket, you can still watch it through live streaming at the Weverse app. To enjoy your streaming and feel like one with the crowd, try to watch BTS’s Concert on TV.
How to Watch BTS Yet to Come in Busan on TV
The concert is expected to last for more than a couple of hours, so you need a strong mirroring tool like LetsView. LetsView is a free streaming tool compatible with Android, iPhone, computers, and smart TVs. It can withstand hours of streaming without any delays or even tiny glitches. Hence, it is also an ideal tool in rewatching BTS In the Soop, RUN BTS, music videos, and other BTS TV appearances. Here’s how to watch BTS’s Concert on TV via this app.
- First, download and install LetsView on your phone and TV.
- Launch the app, click the em dash icon on your phone and scan the QR code displayed on your TV.
- Once you’re all set, open your concert link on your mobile device to mirror the concert to your tv.
ApowerMirror is another essential tool to get BTS’s Concert on TV. Similar to the first application, ApowerMirror is a smart reflector application designed for hours of live streaming and video marathons. It is even fully equipped with built-in tools perfect for recording and taking screenshots while casting. However, unlike LetsView, you need to have a premium account to fully enjoy ApowerMirror. But fret not because the app is available at a very affordable price.
- Search for ApowerMirror and install it on your devices.
- Open the app, click the asterisks on your phone and enter the PIN code displayed on your TV to mirror.
- Just launch your concert link on your phone to watch it on TV.
It is our first time to watch BTS perform on stage since the pandemic, so although we’re not able to lay a hand on the in-person concert tickets, we can still enjoy watching them and being part of the show through live streaming. There will also be delayed streaming of Permission to Dance on Stage in LA on December 12 at 11 AM KST that we can look forward to.