BTS is preparing for their upcoming anthology album Proof. The group already announced the album’s release schedule last month and many are expecting that there will be a world tour.
The ARMYs await the announcement of BTS’ world tour after three question marks came up on the Tuesday, June 7th release schedule. With many K-pop groups embarking on their world tour and traveling abroad for international events after the easing of COVID-19 restrictions, they expect the same from the septet.
However, they are heartbroken after the group announced the upcoming Proof live event with a teaser poster instead of a world tour concert. Before the announcement was made, many fans were already partying with excitement until another event was unveiled, so AllKpop.
Still, there was no denying that many celebrated the news anyway. The group planned to hold a world tour for their album Map of the Soul: 7 in 2020, but later canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In an interview for Spotify’s This is BTS, via Hindustan Timesthey revealed that following the success of On, they were already in talks for a tour and a concert in Mumbai was planned.
In fact, they should visit many places like Barcelona, South America and India. After On, RM said their goal was to do a year-long tour, touring many countries on other continents.
When India was mentioned, Indian ARMYs felt kind of happy and shared their reactions on Twitter. One fan said her heart skipped a beat when Suga and Joonie said they wanted to come to their country.
Thank you so much. I love you kings. Please come. I’m honored, she continued. Another asked her to go ahead with her plan to visit Mumbai and revealed his ears were blessed after hearing about India from BTS.
Meanwhile, alongside Proof, BTS also announced their schedule for this year’s Festa, the group’s annual anniversary celebration, as IndiaToday reported. The boys revealed they will be releasing a song for the ARMY as part of the celebrations.
Additionally, Proof will be released on June 10th. It is BTS’ first anthology album to make another story. It will feature three new songs, such as Yet to Come, which is an ode to her youth.
BTs announced their much-anticipated comeback in April after their Las Vegas concert. Since then, fans have been waiting for her official return.