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The full list of upcoming concerts in May 2020: BTS, Super Junior, NCT 127, TVXQ and more

Trust us, you won’t be bored at home.

This month of May will see many live performances by your favourite K-pop acts. 

Though seeing them physically on stage might not be possible, you can stream their live performances from the comfort of your home.

  1. NCT 127 (17 May)

Part of the Beyond Live performance series presented by SM Entertainment, NCT 127 will be joining in the fun, performing their top hits for fans this coming Sunday on 17 May, 2PM SGT.

The show costs ₩ 33,000 (38SGD) and it is said to exhibit “a stage beyond imagination”. Listen to the “Showtime: Beyond Live with NCT 127” playlist here.

  1. Trip To K-pop (19-21 May)

Hosted and organized by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the Korea Creative Content Agency, the three-day festival will last from 19 to 21 May, coupled with an impressive line-up.

Artists like iKON, Natty, April, Oh My Girl, Isaac Hong and more will be performing live. The show is available for streaming online via The K-pop channel on YouTube, VLIVE. Offline streaming includes channels like SBS MTV and SBS FiL.

  1. TVXQ! (24 May)

The veteran duo is next in line to perform for fans, as part of the Beyond Live series. They will be going on air next Sunday on 24 May, 2PM SGT.

Similarly, fans need to purchase a ticket costing ₩ 33,000 (38SGD). Listen to the “Showtime: Beyond Live with TVXQ!” playlist here.

  1. Super Junior (31 May)

Ending the month with a bang will be Super Junior’s performance on the same platform as other SM artistes, Beyond Live.

Their show will be streamed on 31 May, 2PM SGT. Fans need to purchase a ticket costing ₩ 33,000 (38SGD) to stream the show.

Listen to the “Showtime: Beyond Live with Super Junior” playlist here.

  1. BTS “Bang Bang Con LIVE” (14 June)

BigHit Entertainment announced that the septet will be holding a 90-minute online live concert to connect with their worldwide fandom, more commonly known as ARMYs.

This coming pay-to-view concert is unlike the previous Bang Bang Con which was a stream of the boy band’s previous shows. It will feature them performing live and will boast a multi-view concert experience for all.

Tickets prices have yet to be announced, but the show is slated for 14 June, at 5PM SGT, one day after BTS celebrates their 7th debut anniversary.

Listen to the “Showtime: BTS Bang Bang Con LIVE” playlist here.

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