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  1. Jin, Jungkook, RM members of South Korean boy band BTS pose on the red carpet during the annual MAM

    Managers of BTS and other K-pop boybands apologise over members’ Seoul bar visit

    Aside from Jungkook, the other boyband members who visited Itaewon were Cha Eun-woo of Astro, Mingyu of Seventeen and Jaehyun of NCT.
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    K-pop boyband BTS suspends world tour over COVID-19 worries

    The band had already postponed the North American leg of the tour that was scheduled to start on Apr 25.
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    BTS hints at a special June event after this weekend's Bang Bang Con

    The tease came shortly after their online YouTube event over the weekend, which was viewed 50 million times.
  4. SuperM K-pop band

    K-pop group SuperM joins Lady Gaga-curated online benefit concert One World

    The show, which will be aired live by Mediacorp on Apr 19 is a collaboration between Gaga and the World Health Organisation.
  5. More than 200,000 fans were expected to attend the latest BTS -- pictured here performing in 2018 --

    BTS will be streaming previous concerts on YouTube this weekend

    The Bang Bang Con event will be held on Apr 18 and 19 and will feature eight shows from 2014 to 2018.
  6. James Corden

    James Corden opens up about having anxiety over COVID-19 situation

    The talk show host addressed the issue during his self-isolation special episode which saw Billie Eilish, BTS and Dua Lipa perform. 
  7. BTS perfoming at NYE in NYC

    K-pop boyband BTS postpones US, Canada tour over COVID-19 situation

    The group was scheduled to begin the tour on Apr 25, stopping in cities such as Los Angeles, Orlando, New Jersey and Atlanta.
  8. BTS new album photo

    You can now learn Korean from K-pop superstars BTS in new web series

    Each of the 30 episodes will be about three minutes long and will touch on Korean grammar and expressions.
  9. FILE PHOTO: 2019 American Music Awards - Show - Los Angeles, California, U.S.

    Taylor Swift ranks as best-selling global music artiste in 2019, beating BTS

    It's the second time Swift has topped global music sales. She first did it with her 2014 debut album titled 1989.