K-pop boyband BTS’ concert film Yet To Come to screen in Pakistani cinemas

K-pop boyband BTS’ concert film Yet To Come to screen in Pakistani cinemas

The film is currently in the 'coming soon' section of Cinepax cinemas.
05 Jan, 2023

We have some news for the Pakistani BTS ARMY — the K-pop boyband’s concert film Yet to Come is all set to screen in Pakistan on February 1.

Cinema chain Cinepax took to Instagram on Wednesday and shared the official poster of the film with the release date on it. The film poster can also be seen on the Cinepax website in the ‘coming soon’ section.

The cinema’s official Twitter account retweeted a schedule by BTS that read that advance booking for the tickets will open on January 11 while the film releases 21 days later on Feb 1. However, Cinepax has yet to announce when tickets will go on sale and whether it’s going to be available the same time announced by BTS.

The nearly two-hour long film is described to be a special cinematic cut that has been re-edited and remixed for the big screen. It will feature the band members Jin, SUGA, j-hope, RM, Jimin, V and Jungkook at their concert Yet to Come in Busan that was held last year on October 15 to support South Korea’s bid to host World Expo in 2030.

The free concert — titled ‘BTS <Yet To Come> in BUSAN’ — drew an audience of about 52,000 people to a stadium. The concert saw the band’s last live performance before they began their military enlistments starting with the oldest member Jin.

Formed in 2013, BTS is one of the biggest bands in the world. The K-pop group shot to fame globally for hits like ‘Mic Drop’, ‘Butter’, ‘Permission to Dance’, ‘Idol’ and more.

The Korean band also has a massive fan group in Pakistan. From getting their songs to the top charts to giving charity and hosting birthday events for their idols, they’ve done it all proudly. Last year, Pakistan’s BTS ARMY lit up digital billboards in Bahawalpur and Multan with birthday wishes for Jungkook and set up a medical camp in the singer’s name.

A whopping total of 150 digital street post billboards were used to wish Jungkook on the streets of Multan’s Gulgasht Colony. It displayed the same video that played in Bahawalpur. The free medical camp that was set up in Lahore had doctors treating over 350 patients free of cost. The medical camp offered free blood tests, IV drips, diet and nutrition consultation, physiotherapy and medicine facilities.


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Dr. Salaria, Aamir Ahmad Jan 05, 2023 06:07pm
Who cares?
NYS Jan 05, 2023 06:13pm
Think before it banned
AAA Jan 05, 2023 06:37pm
They all looks same, sound same, end of story, no variation, no enthusiasm.
Aamir Jan 05, 2023 09:44pm
Probably a plus for Pakistan
Mahmood Jan 05, 2023 10:00pm
Whyt they try so hard to look and act as sissies??
Khadija Jan 05, 2023 10:09pm
I feel sorry for them who will say let's watch new chinese movie ha ha ha
Khadija Jan 05, 2023 10:12pm
New Chinese movie for non army haha
Fatimaaziz Jan 05, 2023 10:47pm
How much are tickets for BTSconcert?
Abeera Jan 05, 2023 11:52pm
I really want to go the yet to come BTS cenima concert