BTS Jungkook announces details for upcoming first solo concert

BTS Jungkook announces details for upcoming first solo concertBTS Jungkook announces details for upcoming first solo concert
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Bryan Ke
October 10, 2023
Bighit Music has reportedly revealed the details of BTS member Jungkook’s upcoming solo first concert in November titled “Golden Live On Stage.”
Key details: In an announcement on Sunday, Bighit Music said the concert, which will be held at the Jangchung Arena in Jung-gu, Seoul, on Nov. 20, will serve as a celebration for Jungkook’s upcoming album, also titled “Golden,” which is scheduled for release on Nov. 3.
We eagerly anticipate your love and support you’ll bring to this unique showcase with the artist,” the BTS agency wrote in the WeVerse post.
What to expect: The upcoming concert will reportedly feature “performances of various tracks in the album,” according to Bighit, who noted that more information will be revealed for the concert’s online streaming.
His latest single: The first solo concert announcement came just days after the 26-year-old singer, whose real name is Jeon Jung-kook, released his newest single “3D” featuring Jack Harlow on Sept. 29.

Concept photo teasers: Bighit Music also teased fans with a few photos showing Jungkook’s “Golden” concept photos last week.
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Billions of streams: Jungkook reportedly surpassed the 1.8-billion streaming mark for his singles on Spotify on Saturday.
As of writing, Jungkook has already amassed over 2.1 billion streams with just four of his singles on Spotify, notably “Seven” (featuring Latto) at 868 million, “3D” at 74 million, “Left and Right” with Charlie Puth at 795 million and his FIFA World Cup 2023 song “Dreamers” at 363 million.
With the latest numbers, the K-pop artist has now “broken the record for biggest streaming year for a K-Pop soloist in Spotify history,” according to Chart Data.
The “King of K-pop”: Following the news, several BTS fans, widely known as ARMYs, praised the singer, with some even calling him “King Jungkook” or “The King of K-pop.”
He did this without any album,” another fan pointed out.
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