KEY POINTS

  • BTS talked to fans in a livestream to share details about their upcoming concert
  • The event is the group’s second online concert this year
  • RM expressed his excitement for the concert during the livestream

With their upcoming online concert this Sunday, BTS’ Jungkook made sure fans will have the best time of their lives by teaching them an interesting move which reflects excitement in a simple way.

Jungkook joined fellow BTS members in a VLive livestream to let fans know about their preparations for their upcoming online concert, “Permission To Dance On Stage.”

The event is the group’s second online concert this year following “Muster Sowoozoo” in June. It is also a part of their 8th anniversary celebration.

“I’m the most excited person about this concert. How many days have we been practicing for it?” BTS leader Namjoon aka Rap Monster/RM said in the first part of the livestream.

“We’ve been working for the concert really hard. We danced from 8 a.m. until now,” Jin quipped.

While the Bangtan Boys were careful not to give spoilers for the concert, they assured fans that they will be singing a lot of songs that will make their second online concert this year memorable.

“The cue sheet is mind-blowing. It’s more than anything you can dream of,” Suga said.

“The concert lives up to its title," Namjoon added.

For his part, Jungkook told fans to lay many cushions on the floor before they start watching the online concert. The members agreed with him adding that there would be a lot of dancing and that a soundproof booth might come in handy to avoid disturbing the neighbors.

Before the livestream ended, Jungkook stood up from his seat and stood closer to the camera to demonstrate a move which he deemed would help fans avoid conflict with fellow residents.

Jungkook did a “soft jump” that effectively cushions the noise the feet make when landing on the floor. Here is a tweet demonstrating the “soft jump” Jungkook did in the livestream.

“Here’s how to jump quietly at home to enjoy the upcoming BTS online concert to its fullest. A guide by Jeon Jungkook,” user @vmpirejgk said.

Also, YouTube user BTS Live shared a recording of the livestream last Tuesday.

“Permission To Dance On Stage" will be streamed live this Sunday on Weverse, the social media platform operated by BTS’ management agency, Hybe Entertainment.

BTS will also hold four concerts in Los Angeles Sofi Stadium titled, “BTS Permission To Dance On Stage – LA” on Nov. 27, Nov. 28, Dec. 1 and Dec. 2. The show will mark the global sensation's first on-site appearance following their 2019 world tour, “Love Yourself: Speak Yourself.”

South Korean boy band BTS perform during the 2020 MTV Video Music Awards BTS is back live in action with their "Permission To Dance" concert in LA. Photo: MTV / -