The latest move by BTS fans suggested that nothing can stop them from enjoying the music as they got creative at the South Korean concert after standing, singing and shouting were banned.
They were not going to be silenced by government rules that had prohibited them from many ways of enjoying themselves while watching the band play.
A concert in their home country is always going to be a big draw, but the seven-piece boy band found that their concerts have been drastically reduced in capacity.
Instead of 70,000 seeing them in Seoul, only 15,000 were allowed to attend, and there were a lot of restrictions on who was there.
In a statement before the show, BTS’s management company Big Hit Music said, “Loud cheering, shouting, singing, and standing up during ‘BTS Permission to Dance on Stage – Seoul’ is strictly prohibited from according to government guidelines.
So the fans started clapping their hands as a way of showing their appreciation to the supergroup.
Luckily for those at the concert, there was to be no case of sore palms due to overzealous applause, as each fan was given a “clapper”, which they could use as much as they could. possible.
The band was then treated to synchronized applause during their songs and a raucous amount of clapper use to celebrate each track.
Thursday’s concert was the first time the K-pop boy band had performed in their home country since the start of the global pandemic.