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The movie will returns fans to 2022, when the RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jung Kook took to the stage in Busan, South Korea, as a part of Busan’s World Expo 2030 bid. The concert was held at the Asiad Main Stadium, with approximately 50,000 people in attendance — and now you get to be one of the spectators. Whether you’ve seen the K-pop in concert before or it’s your first time, you’ll be able to watch them perform 19 songs, including “Dynamite,” “Butter,” “RUN,” “MIC Drop,” “Yet to Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)” and more.
Along with the music, fans can see speeches, a fireworks display and more.
Keep reading to learn the streaming options available below.
How to Watch BTS: Yet to Come
The concert film will be available to stream on Prime Video starting on Thursday (Nov. 9). Since it’s a Prime Original, that means you’ll need a Prime membership to watch it. If you’re already subscribed, you can watch it for no additional cost. Just log into your account and head to the Prime Video library, where you’ll find it under new releases, or click the button below starting Nov. 9.
Not subscribed? Amazon has a 30-day free trial for new users who sign up, which means you can watch the movie and more for free. Once the free trial is over, you’ll be charged the regular membership fee of $14.99/month or $139/year.
Students can take advantage of the student membership, which is 50% off and comes with a six-month free trial. Those with a qualifying government program can also snag an EBT/Medicaid plan, which is half off and comes with a 30-day free trial. Click here or the button below to start your free trial.
$14.99/month after 30 days free
BTS: Yet to Come isn’t the only thing you’ll be able to enjoy with Prime. A membership will give you access to the entire Prime library including Prime originals and exclusive content, TV shows and movies, including The Boys, Gen V, Citadel, Daisy Jones & The Six, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Harlan Coben’s Shelter, Swarm, Medellìn, The Power, Kelce, Harlem, I’m a Virgo, Invincible, Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, The Horror of Dolores Roach, Fleabag, The Summer I Turned Pretty, The Wheel of Time and The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, Better Call Saul and more.
Watch the trailer for BTS: Yet to Come below.