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Members of South Korean K-pop band BTS, also known as Bangtan Boys, pose on the red carpet during Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA) in Hong Kong, Dec. 2, 2016. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

K-pop band BTS, or the Bangtan Boys, has added more cities and dates to its world tour — “2017 BTS Live Trilogy Episode III The Wings Tour” — as tickets for the previously announced locations fly off the counters.

The boy band announced the tour and scheduled stops — in Seoul, Santiago, Sao Paolo, Newark, and Anaheim — along with a teaser video last year. The tour is set to kick off in Seoul later this month, moving on to South America for the first time, followed by performances in the United States.

According to the new dates announced Wednesday on Twitter by the band’s agency Big Hit Entertainment, BTS is expanding the tour to more cities. Fans in Bangkok, Jakarta, Manila, Hong Kong, and Sydney will get the opportunity to watch the band live as the world tour dates spill over to May.

See the full schedule below:

Feb. 18-19 – Seoul, South Korea (Gocheok Skydome)

March 12 – Santiago, Chile (Movistar Arena)

March 19-20 – Sao Paulo, Brazil (Citibank Hall)

March 24 – Newark, New Jersey (Prudential Center)

April 1 – Anaheim, California (Honda Center)

April 22-23 —Bangkok, Thailand (Impact Arena)

April 29 — Jakarta, Indonesia (Indonesia Convention Exhibition)

May 6-7 — Manila, Philippines (Mall of Asia Arena)

May 13-14 — Hong Kong (AsiaWorld-Expo Arena)

May 26 — Sydney, Australia (Qudos Bank Arena)

The South Korean band, which has been breaking records both in the country and outside, released their latest music video “Spring Day” at midnight Feb. 13, as they revealed their new repackaged album “You Never Walk Alone.” The new music video reached 10 million views in record 26 hours, according to

BTS’ newly released album took the top spot on the iTunes album charts in 13 countries, reports say, as “Spring Day” became the first song by a K-Pop group to reach the top 10 of the iTunes songs chart in the United States. With the album that released less than three days ago, many expect BTS to break a number of more records with the album.