Big Hit Entertainment held their second quarter corporate briefing for 2020 and revealed a lot of exciting news for the last half of the year. From releasing BTS’s new album, new games, as well as three new idol groups, they proved to have to have another jam-packed schedule.
Due to the effects of COVID-19, many of the artists scheduled events for 2020 were pushed back until further notice. Big Hit proved that although there were some setbacks, they were still able to reach sales revenues and bring in profit of ₩49.7 billion KRW in profit ($41,978,508 USD) in the first half of 2020.
Big Hit Entertainment’s global CEO Lenzo Seokjun Yoon revealed that BTS will be holding an on and offline streaming concert this October.
This concert will allow BTS to showcase their performances from their previously released MAP OF THE SOUL: 7 album for their fans.
Big Hit felt that this was much needed considering how long fans and BTS have been waiting for a concert.
Big Hit will continue to work towards listening to the fans and finding new and exciting ways to bring more content to the fans.
This on/offline concert will be held on October 10 and 11.
Look out for BTS’s new single Dynamite which will release on August 21. Stay tuned for more updates about BTS and Big Hit Entertainment!