BTS fans are known to be aggressive when it comes to supporting their K-pop idols on social media. But the fans, collectively known as ARMY, have shown their humorous side ahead of the boyband's concerts in Los Angeles.

The "BTS Permission To Dance On Stage – LA" will be held on Nov. 27-28 and Dec. 1- 2 at SoFi stadium in Los Angeles. Some ARMY members came up with creative ideas to go to the upcoming concerts without spending any money.

One ardent fan from India was willing to swim a thousand miles just to see the Bangtan Boys perform.

"Desi armys hear me out, LA is 13500km away from India and the bts concert will be held 60 days from now, so if we swim at the speed of 225 km per day that is 155 meters per minute, we can reach there just in time," the fan tweeted.

A fellow ARMY member got a bit more creative. "Me and besties on the way to attend bts 4 concerts in LA," the fan wrote, along with a photo of people swimming with life vests.

Another fan quickly replied, "Dory said 'Just keep swimming' so let's go!!!."

One ARMY member wanted the "Squid Game" con artist (Gong Yoo) to invite her to join the lethal games so that she could win money to attend the concert. 

Some fans are "begging" for the boyband's music label to post live streams of the events.

"@BigHit_Music I'm begging on my knees, please live stream the #PTS On Stage LA concert, I want to see @BTS_twt on stage with ARMY in the audience," a BTS fan said.

"BTS Permission To Dance On Stage – LA" will be their first in-person concert in two years. 

The SoFi stadium can hold up to 100,240 people, according to the venue's official website.

The in-person musical events come on the heels of their online concert "Permission To Dance On Stage," which will be held on Oct. 24. It will stream exclusively through the Weverse app. 

After giving remarks at the UN, Korean pop sensation BTS rolled out a pre-recorded video of their track "Permission to Dance," flaunting their moves throughout the General Assembly and on the world body's lawn After giving remarks at the UN, Korean pop sensation BTS rolled out a pre-recorded video of their track "Permission to Dance," flaunting their moves throughout the General Assembly and on the world body's lawn Photo: UNTV