BTS fans waited for 12 hours to watch their idols perform

The recording was part of the promotion of BTS' comeback mini album 'Love Yourself: Her.'

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Around 600 BTS fans, also known as Army, waited for more than 12 hours to witness a pre-recording for BTS's comeback album. According to a report on All Kpop, since the recording was delayed for almost 12 hours, BTS staff had to literally raid the convenience stores nearby their studio to buy snack and drinks for the fans. Amidst all the tensions and confusions, BTS Army successfully enjoyed the recording.

The recording was part of the promotion of BTS' comeback mini album 'Love Yourself: Her.' The album has already set the charts on fire with the colourful and vibrant DNA MV breaking records. Within hours after its release, the MV had 20 million hits on Youtube. The MV reached the landmark number within 20 hours and 48 minutes, the fattest by any Kpop video. It is just not the MV alone, the album, 'Love Yourself Her,' is also creating records globally. The album has managed to top the iTunes album charts of 73 countries (so far), including the U.S, U.K, Canada, and of course, Australia and New Zealand.

The boys are also planning to broadcast their new music live for fans on September 21 via Mnet and various online platforms. The seven-member boy band made their debut in June 2013 with the song "No More Dream" from their album, 2 Cool 4 Skool. Their debut album won several awards including the 2013 MelOn Music Awards and Golden Disk Awards, and the 2014 Seoul, South Korea Music Awards. "Most Beautiful Moment in Life trilogy" is their most popular album to date. It comprises of Rap Monster, J-Hope, Suga, Jin, Jimin, Jungkook, and V.

This article was first published on September 21, 2017
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