Watch BTS fans (mostly) stick to the no-clap rule

lately BTS At the concert in Seoul, the crowd looked a little different than usual.

On Thursday, BTS returned to the Jamsil Olympic Stadium, where they performed their last show of 2019, for their “Permission to Dance on Stage” tour. However, the show faced several modifications in order to comply with COVID protocols. Attendance was limited to 15,000 people per night, compared to 70,000 people at the stadium.

Most unusual, BTS management company A statement was issued prior to the show to inform fans Those attending the show were prohibited from clapping, yelling, cheering or standing as a precaution against COVID-19. Instead, fans were provided with physical clappers that could simulate the noise of a crowd.

“Sitting for in-person performance will comply with the distancing guidelines imposed by the Covid-19 control measures at the local government performance venue. The event may be changed or canceled depending on the level of social distancing,” Big Hit said in its statement.

In a video clip captured at the party and shared Shared with TMZ, a large crowd of party-goers sit on benches spread across the grand stadium. During BTS’ performance, the audience uses their red and black clappers to stimulate the crowd’s sounds and applause along with the rhythm.

BTS will perform at Jamsil Olympic Stadium two more times, on March 12 and 13. It will be broadcasted live In cinemas all over the world. These three concerts are the first solo concerts that BTS have given in South Korea in over two years, since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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