Good news for Thailand K-Pop fans! JOOX presents an exclusive BTS Comeback Show livestream on May 24

General Press Releases Tuesday May 22, 2018 13:00
BANGKOK--22 May--PRNewswire/InfoQuest

K-Pop fans hungry for excitement and exclusive music and events need look no further! JOOX, a free music streaming platform, is bringing you up-close and personal with the invincible seven-member South Korean band BTS (an acronym of Bangtan Sonyeondan or "Beyond the Scene") this May in Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar and Thailand!

1st BTSurprise - BTS Annual Comeback Show Returns!

True BTS fans can watch the long-awaited "BTS Comeback Show - Highlight Reel" via livestream for free, EXCLUSIVELY through the JOOX app or website, guaranteed to leave you swooning over the band's style, beats and vocals! Being held on May 24 in Seoul, the 70-minute music show will feature revealing interviews and thrilling performances by the seven members of BTS: V, Jin, Jimin, Jung Kook, RM, SUGA and j-hope.

JOOX's exclusive "BTS Comeback Show - Highlight Reel" livestream schedule:
Thailand   6:30pm local time / 8:30pm Korea time

RSVP now ( https://bit.ly/2La4SiT ) to add this must-watch show to your live schedule page! Unable to watch the action live on May 24? Fans can replay the show free via video-on-demand EXCLUSIVELY on JOOX until November 23, 2018, with the added benefit of optional English subtitles.

2nd BTSurprise - Prep for the Comeback Show by Listening to BTS' Latest Album "LOVE YOURSELF: Tear"

Can't wait for the Comeback Show to get your BTS fix? In the meantime, get ready by falling in love with the band all over again by listening to their latest album "LOVE YOURSELF: Tear". Fans can now listen to this hotly anticipated full album on both the JOOX app and website.

The K-Pop fever shows no signs of stopping! To enjoy your favorite K-Pop music and live performances anytime, anywhere, download JOOX from either the   Apple App Store and Google Play Store , or access the JOOX website ( http://www.joox.com/ ). Stay tuned for more music and live performances from local and international artists, brought to you by JOOX!

Download now to start your premium music journey today!
About JOOX

JOOX is a free music app made for music lovers. With an extensive library of hits from all over the world, JOOX connects you to your favorite artists, songs, albums and personalized playlists. Users can discover great new music with recommended songs and radio stations that fit your taste and mood.

Photo - https://photos.prnasia.com/prnh/20180515/2133672-1
Caption: BTS Comeback Show

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