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the BTS Gallery Fan Union will be boycotting the BigHit Label Concert that has been planned for 31 December 2020

1. This would be the first offline concert since covid19

Due to the worldwide pandemic, BTS was unable to hold offline concerts for about a year. Fans have been waiting anxiously for a long time, for an offline concert that is able to connect the singer and fans. As such, fans are unable to accept the fact that not only is the concert on a smaller scale than usual, it is also a joint concert rather than a solo concert.

2. The appropriateness of the BigHit Label Concert

The singers under the label currently have not been active “under the same company” for a long time, unlike other companies’ singers. They are simply singers that have gathered under the premise of expanding the business. Both the singers and fans have yet to feel that they are truly under the same company. Hence, a label concert at this point seems that it is just for the sake of media play at this point. Fans are especially dumbfounded at how the company already plans on having this family concert yearly.

3. The outrageously expensive ticket prices

Fans are angered at the price of the tickets. The pricing this year for the joint concert is ₩270,000 KRW ($242 USD). Neither BTS concert tickets or other singers’ tickets, even for family concerts, have been priced as such. There has also been no information about the total running time for the concert or the order of artists performing.

4. The startling randomized ticketing

To get the tickets in itself is by raffle, and it is limited only to the official fanclub. However, for singers without official fan clubs such as Lee Hyun and Beom Joo, how will their fans attend the concert? The union also states that they are opposed to BTS being a part of the 2021 New Year’s Eve Live concert. With the ticketing opening soon, BigHit Entertainment has yet to respond to the union’s official petition.


original post: here

1. Bighit f*cking got greedy with money all of a sudden so they started becoming unlikable. I feel bad for Gfriend and Nu'est who got dragged into this too 

2. But I don't understand why the fan union acts as if they're representing all fans? It's my first time hearing about the boycott.. This seems quite narrow-minded

3. This doesn't represent the entire fandom though. I hope they stop using the term boycott carelessly, the connotation is way too negative?? 

4. I can honestly understand the fans' feelings, but for the gallery to unilaterally act like this is a bit wrong 

5. Everything they brought up are fair claims, but I don't understand why they need to put a statement? Seriously Bangtan fandom is full of messy people 

6. I know that the majority of the BTS fandom is against this, but releasing such an aggressive post was unnecessary??Why would they bring the members who aren't even at fault here, it's as if the statement is rejecting the members instead of supporting them? And we all know that the people from the gallery are mostly made up of certain akgaes... So to post something like this and claim it's to support BTS is just weird. 

7. Because of that gallery, there's going to be so many weird talks about the members, why didn't they consider that? For who did they intend to release this statement? 

8. F*ck the fans were trying to contain this issue by not releasing any hashtags, but they're here appearing in the news with this statementㅋㅋ I'm so speechless

9. I'm sure the show will sell out regardless.. 

10. I read their claims and I do agree with all of them but this will not do anythingㅜㅜㅜㅜㅜㅜ I want to speak directly to the company

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