'BTS World Tour Love Yourself in Seoul' Receives Extended ScreenX Theater Run

BTS is one of the most successful K-Pop bands of the past decade, with millions of followers around the world. Fans unable to watch the band perform live in concert will soon be able to experience BTS in all their glory in the new movie, BTS World Tour Love Yourself in Seoul . The movie captures the two-night concert from the group's performance in front of 90,000 fans in August 2018 at the Olympic Stadium in Seoul.

This will be the first concert "experience" to feature ScreenX three-side-surround, multi-projection technology. According to the ScreenX website, theaters built with the technology can show images on three walls of a theater, increasing the level of immersion. BTS World Tour Love Yourself in Seoul was shot with this technology in mind, transporting fans to the concert of their dreams.

The event movie was originally supposed to air for one night in January on normal theater screens in the U.S., but demand was so high the ScreenX technology creators CJ 4DPLEX extended it for two weeks and adapted the movie for ScreenX theaters. Starting January 26, fans can watch the movie in 3,800 cinemas in 95 countries.

In December 2018, the band TWICE was the first to bring their movie "Twiceland" to the ScreenX theaters, to huge success.

This is the second BTS movie to come stateside, after the massive success of 2018's Burn the Stage: The Movie . Ahead of the movie's worldwide release, fans purchased more than one million pre-sale tickets. BTS fans care about their favorite band and will take any chance to represent the group they "stan" for.

Here are all the participating theaters according to Billboard:

CGV Los Angeles

CGV Buena Park

B&B Liberty Cinema

Regal Irvine Spectrum

Regal Union Square

Regal Atlantic Station

Regal Thornton Place

Regal Pinnacle Stadium

Regal Hacienda Crossings

Regal South Beach

Regal Martin Village

Regal Grand Parkway

Edwards Houston Marq'e

Will you be buying a ticket to B TS World Tour Love Yourself in Seoul, or will you wait for the movie to appear online? Tell us in the comments.