2017 BTS LIVE TRILOGY EPISODE III THE WINGS TOUR IN SEOUL CONCERT is a concert of BTS “Wings”, which took place on February 18-19, 2017. The collection includes videos from the concert and the reaction of the band members to the performances.
Title: 2017 BTS LIVE TRILOGY EPISODE III THE WINGS TOUR IN SEOUL CONCERT
Country: South Korea
Format: DVD / Blu-ray
Language: Korean + Subtitles (Korean, English, Chinese)
Release date: 02.11.2017
2017 BTS Live Trilogy Episode III (Final Chapter): The Wings Tour is a concert tour by South Korean boy band BTS, which started on February 18, 2017 in Seoul. Concerts were held in South Korea, Chile, Brazil, the United States, Australia, the Philippines, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Japan, and Thailand.
On November 18, 2016, the official trailer for the upcoming tour was released, with the first dates in South Korea; later, 5 more concerts were announced in cities in Chile, the United States, and Brazil.
All available tickets for the show in the United States were sold out in less than a minute. Due to the large number of applicants, two more concerts were added at the Prudential Center and Honda Center. About 95,000 tickets for all BTS concerts in America were sold out within minutes of going on sale.
Immediately after, tickets for the concert in Chile went on sale, and BTS became the only Korean band to sell all their tickets for the show at Movistar Arena. According to the data, BTS became the second group after Maroon 5 in the history of Chile, whose tickets were sold out in a few hours. On January 13, 2017, another show was announced in Chile at the same arena.
In Brazil, more than 50 thousand fans tried to buy only 14 thousand available tickets for the band’s concert, which led to numerous appeals to Brazilian promoters to change the arena for a larger number of seats.
Track list of the album 2017 BTS LIVE TRILOGY EPISODE III THE WINGS TOUR IN SEOUL CONCERT
Disk 1: THE WINGS CONCERT PART 1
Am I Wrong
I NEED U
BTS Cypher 4
Intro : Boy Meets Evil
피 땀 눈물
Disk 2: THE WINGS CONCERT PART2 &
COMMENTARY THE WINGS CONCERT part2
Outro : Wings
WINGS COMMENTARY & INTERVIEW
Disk 3 : THE WINGS CONCERT SPECIAL FEATURES
SHOOTING MAKING FILM
TOUR POSTER & MD MAKING FILM
TRAILER & VCR MAKING FILM
WINGS CONCERT MAKING FILM
PRACTICE & REHEARSAL MAKING FILM
CONCERT D-DAY MAKING FILM
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BTS (방탄소년단) consists of 7 participants. BTS debuted on June 13, 2013 under the label Big Hit Entertainment, the debut single was the song “No More Dream” from the album “2 Cool 4 Skool”.
Originally a hip-hop group, their musical style has evolved to include a wide range of genres. Their texts, often focused on personal and social issues, touch on the themes of mental health, problems of school youth, loss, self-love and understanding of oneself, one’s inner world. Their projects, songs contain references to various literature, psychological concepts and includes an alternative storyline (the universe). The band has released a large number of excellent albums, and has conducted and continues to conduct world tours.
Debuting in 2013 with their single “2 Cool 4 Skool”, BTS released their first Korean-language studio album” Dark & Wild “and Japanese-language studio album” Wake Up ” in 2014. The band’s second Korean studio album, “Wings” (2016), became their first album to sell over a million copies in South Korea. By 2017, BTS had entered the global music market, leading the Korean wave in the US and breaking numerous sales records. They became the first Korean band to be certified by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for their single “Mic Drop”, and the first to top the US Billboard 200 chart with their studio album “Love Yourself: Tear” (2018). BTS also became the first band since The Beatles to briefly break into the US charts with four albums (taking the top spot), doing so in less than two years. “Love Yourself: Answer” (2018) became the first Korean album to be certified platinum by the RIAA. In 2020, BTS became the first South Korean group to reach number one on the Billboard Global 200 and US Billboard Hot 100 with their single “Dynamite” and a remix of ” Savage Love (Laxed-Siren Beat)”, and with the release of” Life Goes On ” became the first group to have two debuts at the top position of the Hot 100 chart.
Many news outlets have covered the so-called “BTS Effect”: when a group begins cooperation with a company, for example, with a Korean bank, the number of officially registered accounts of the company increases up to six times compared to earlier indicators. The group also took the first place in the main American album chart, thanks to which the shares of Korean entertainment companies increased several times over the course of five days.
“BTS Universe” is an alternate universe created by Big Hit Entertainment and is the link in the band’s video clips, teasers, photos, and mini-movies. The webtoon “Save Me” closely matches this story, as does the book “The Notes 1”.
The chronology of the universe began in the spring of 2015 with the release of the single “I Need U”. It tells the stories of all seven participants who face their anxieties in an alternate world and confront what may happen in the future.
BTS fans are collectively referred to as ARMY, which is one of the largest fandoms in the world. From the very beginning, BTS built a trusting relationship with their fans, which helped them gain popularity and hold the top spots in the charts, despite the fact that their label is not among the” big three ” in Korea. Some fans start their own projects, for example, they do charity work on behalf of the fandom; the agency Big Hit Entertainment, in turn, has limited control over the actions of fans: for example, in South Korea, at BTS concerts, viewers are forbidden to sing along to songs