Following the announcement of BTS’s LA concert, Monsta X, TWICE, and ONEUS are planning LIVE in-person concerts.

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Other big K-pop acts getting ready for physical offline concerts include Seventeen, Wonho, and Winner

While the world was struggling with Covid-19, South Korea was commended for their quick control over the pandemic. However, it backfired in July when there was an outbreak in the K-pop industry with several idols testing positive. Labels had tried to organize offline concerts but covid concerns meant Golden Child, N.Flying and Kim Jaehwan’s live concerts were canceled. But things are getting better. BTS was first to announce that it would have four offline concerts for fans in LA on November 27-28 and December 1-2. Now it seems that other big K-pop acts like Monsta X, TWICE and ONEUS were preparing for live concerts too.

The Internet was in a frenzy when BTS first announced that they would be having four physical concerts in LA at SoFi stadium for their ‘Permission to Dance’ tour. ARMY has been trending on Twitter as some lucky fans show off their tickets while other broke fans make sad reaction memes. We also saw rookie group Treasure have their first offline concert and fan meeting. It was held on October 2 at Olympic Hall in Seoul.

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K-pop groups’ offline concerts

Fans followed strict guidelines and wore masks at Treasure’s concert. Similarly, Luminous had a mini fan concert in Seoul on October 4. With the rest of the world also becoming daring, we will be getting more world tours and overseas concerts headlined by the major K-pop acts too. Here’s a look at what to expect in the coming months.

Monsta X

Monsta X has joined iHeartRadio’s Jingle Ball Tour. The American Christmas tour has been inviting the K-pop group for concerts since 2018. They will be performing in Philadelphia, DC, Atlanta and Miami in the third week of December. Unfortunately, Shownu will not be present since he is currently in the military.



TWICE

Then we have TWICE who announced their fourth tour through the music video of their first English single ‘The Feels’. The first segment will be held for three days at Olympic Gymnastics Arena in Soul. They will commence the tour after their third studio album ‘Formula of Love’ is released on November 12, though no dates have been announced yet. It is still yet to be decided whether Jeongyeon will be joining the tour since she’s on hiatus due to mental health reasons.



ONEUS

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