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BTS: Yet To Come in Cinemas is a concert film by BTS. The film takes place during the concert of the band BTS <Yet To Come> in BUSAN at the Busan Asiad Main Stadium, in South Korea. Its distribution is made by Trafalgar Releasing.

It was released on February 1, 2023, for just one day in 240 countries and territories around the world.[2] Due to popular demand, it streamed in select countries on November 9, 2023, according to a statement from Amazon.[3]


Main Cast


Join BTS members in this special cinematic cut, re-edited and remixed for the big screen. Watch new close-up angles and a whole new view of the entire concert, BTS <Yet To Come> in Busan.

Featuring hit songs from across the group's career, including "Dynamite", "Butter" and "IDOL", plus the first concert performance of the song “달려라 방탄 (Run BTS)”, from the group’s first anthology album Proof.

See you in cinemas around the world in this celebratory moment. Let’s have fun![4]

Set List

# Song Performed by
1. "MIC Drop" BTS
2. "달려라 방탄 (Run BTS)" BTS
3. "RUN" BTS
4. "Save Me" BTS
5. "00:00 (Zero O'Clock)" Jin, Jimin, V and Jung Kook
6. "Butterfly (Prologue Mix)" Jin, Jimin, V and Jung Kook
7. "욱 (UGH!)" RM, SUGA and j-hope
8. "BTS Cypher Pt.3: Killer" RM, SUGA and j-hope
9. "Dynamite" BTS
10. "작은 것들을 위한 시 (Boy With Luv)" BTS
11. "Butter" BTS
12. "Ma City" BTS
13. "쩔어 (Dope)" BTS
14. "불타오르네 (Fire)" BTS
15. "IDOL" BTS
16. "Epilogue: Young Forever" BTS
17. "For Youth" BTS
18. "봄날 (Spring Day)" (Encore) BTS
19. "Yet To Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)" (Encore) BTS


With the start of their mandatory military service schedule, fans expected lesser content from their idols but to their surprise, BTS has come out with a sudden drop of their new documentary announcement, which has sent ARMYs into a frenzy.

The WORLD EXPO 2030 BUSAN KOREA CONCERT BTS <Yet To Come> in BUSAN concert that BTS held in October was their contribution to promoting Busan's bid for World Expo 2030. The free concert was a huge success and held a lot of sentimental value to ARMYs given that their enlistment for the military was announced during their stage.


Box Office

Trafalgar Releasing’s concert film BTS: Yet to Come in Cinemas has extended its lead as the highest-grossing event cinema release worldwide, with $53M to date. Boxoffice PRO previously covered the news when the film first broke the record, reaching US$40M on February 10. Since the film began with limited screenings on February 1, it’s screened on 5,817 cinemas across 128 territories.

Premium formats including CJ 4DPlex’s ScreenX and 4DX accounted for 25% of the overall box office, from approximately 10% of the total screens. The event was HYBE and Trafalgar Releasing’s fifth global title with the band, including 2018’s Burn the Stage: The Movie, 2019’s Bring the Soul: The Movie, 2020’s Bring the Silence: The Movie, and 2022’s BTS: Permission to Dance.

“We are delighted to see BTS: Yet To Come In Cinemas exceed an incredible $50M milestone at the box office”, Trafalgar Releasing’s CEO Marc Allenby said in a press release. “This figure is testament to the group, the ongoing dedication of the audiences, and a credit to the international partnerships that made this landmark cinema event possible”.

“We are deeply gratified by the fact that one-fourth of our worldwide box office sales can be attributed to the special formats with ScreenX and 4DX, that we offered for the BTS concerts,” CJ 4DPLEX’s CEO Jong Ryul Kim added in the same press release. “We take great pride in this achievement and extend our sincere gratitude to viewers worldwide for their unwavering support”.

Critical response

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