K-pop sensation BTS has concluded its two-day livestream event "BTS 2021 Muster Sowoozoo".
The globally popular septet, comprising of RM, V, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, and Jungkook, organised the event to mark their eighth anniversary.
The event, which was held on Monday and Tuesday, saw the band perform 15 songs, including "Life Goes On", "Butter", "Dynamite", "Stay" and "Fly To My Room", on an outdoor stage.
According to reports, the South Korean boy band earned a whopping 80 billion KRW which comes around Rs 524 crore.
As per Maeil Kyungjae, Big Hit Music’s press statement claimed that 1.33 million individuals from 195 different countries tuned in to watch the event.
The ticket rates were - 49,500 KRW (Standard) and 59,500 KRW (4K). The sales for the same generated somewhere between 65.8 billion KRW and 79.1 billion KRW.
The extras include sale of merchandise such as the famous ARMY Bomb.
Die-hard fans and followers of the K-pop group were also able to see them perform on Suga's "Daechwita" and J-hope's "Chicken Noodle Soup", with all seven members.
The venue featured various planet installations and an entire stage in the form of the number '8' that stands for both their eighth year since formation and the infinity sign.
In a special message for fans, the septet said, "We had so much fun today. I can't wait for that day when we can all breathe the same air in the same space. We hope the situation gets better as soon as possible so we can meet each other. Until that day, I hope you all stay strong."
"The light shines brighter in the dark. Please remember that you and we look for each other, shining light upon one another," they added.
With PTI inputs