How to watch “BTS: Yet to Come”: The Concert Film for Free

How to watch “BTS: Yet to Come”: The Concert Film for Free

ARMY, BTS is almost ready to come home with you! The teaser for the upcoming concert film BTS: Yet to Come, which will be available on Prime Video this Thursday, November 9, appears to be incredible.

Fans will be taken back in time to 2022, when RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jung Kook performed live in Busan, South Korea, as part of the city’s bid for the 2030 World Expo. You now get to be a spectator at the concert, which took place in the Asiad Main Stadium and drew an estimated 50,000 attendees. You will be able to witness the K-pop play 19 songs, including “Dynamite,” “Butter,” “RUN,” “MIC Drop,” “Yet to Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)” and more, whether you have seen them live before or this is your first time.

Fans can enjoy speeches, a fireworks show, and more in addition to the music.

Discover the available streaming options below by continuing to read.

How to Watch BTS: Not Yet Ready

On Thursday, November 9, Prime Video will start to stream the concert film. You’ll need a Prime subscription to watch it because it’s a Prime Original. You can watch it for free if you already have a subscription. Simply sign in to your account, go to the Prime Video library, and look for it under “new releases.” Alternatively, beginning on November 9.

Not a member? If you sign up for Amazon’s 30-day free trial, you can view the movie and more for nothing. You will be billed the standard membership rate of $14.99 per month or $139 per year after the free trial expires.

The student membership, which is 50% cheaper and includes a six-month free trial, is available to students. An EBT/Medicaid plan, which is discounted by half and includes a 30-day free trial, is also available to those who qualify for government programmes.

You may enjoy more content with Prime than just BTS: Yet to Come. With a membership, you can access the entire library of Prime titles, which includes TV series and films such as The Boys, Gen V, Citadel, Daisy Jones & The Six, The Marvellous Mrs. Maisel, Harlan Coben’s Shelter, Swarm, Medellín, The Power, Kelce, Harlem, I’m a Virgo, Invincible, Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, The Horror of Dolores Roach, Fleabag, The Summer I Turned Pretty, The Wheel of Time and The Lord of the Rings of Power, Better Call Saul, and lots more.

Do you want even more things? With Prime, you can add more content to your library by accessing premium channels like AMC+, Paramount+, Max, and Starz.

Other benefits of a membership include Prime Premiere, free one-day shipping, grocery delivery, access to Prime Day and exclusive discounts, Prime Try Before You Buy, and more.

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