BTS goes overboard for their stage again, performs at South Korea's biggest airport

What is the best place to hold a musical performance? A theatre? A stadium? An open ground? None of these would be answer if you ask the South Korean power band BTS.

The Asian pop sensation which made history by selling out top arenas like the Wembley and the MetLife Stadium upped their game this year by opting for some unconventional stages.

The band sent Twitter into a frenzy on Thursday with their stellar performance for the Billboard Music Awards 2020. But what shocked the audience is the spot they chose to perform- the Incheon International Airport (IIA) which is the largest airport in South Korea.

The seven-member squad performed their chart-topping single Dynamite at a well decorated Terminal 2 of the airport.

The band also won the Top Social Artist Award at the BBMAs for the 4th year in a row.

Although, this is not the first time the boyband went overboard with their locations. Earlier this year, the band filmed their performance for the YouTube's Dear Class of 2020 at the National Museum of Korea.

Few weeks ago, they recorded performances at the at the Gyeongbokgung Palace in Seoul, probably the biggest cultural monument in South Korea.

On Thursday, millions live streamed the BBMA performance of the band, which held their first ever performance in the United States in front of an audience of 200 in 2013. Now, that is what we call the glow up of the decade.

The band has a history of sending their fans into frenzy with the high-powered stage performances. With stadiums being shutdown across the world due to the coronavirus pandemic, public performances were cancelled or postponed this year. But that doesn't stopped the team to deliver quality content to their loyal fans across the world, dubbed ARMY.

Last weekend, the band drew thousands of fans across the world with their virtual concert titled Map of The Soul ON:E. The band also earned a Guinness World Records title for most viewers for a livestreamed performance after its first paid online concert in June drew nearly 757,000 from 107 countries.

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