The K-Pop icons will play the huge venue on June 1 and 2.
BTS have announced that they’ll be livestreaming their opening night at Wembley Stadium, allowing fans across the world to witness the landmark show.
The K-Pop giants will make history as they become the first Korean act to play the iconic London venue on June 1 and 2.
While tickets sold out within minutes of going on sale, it’s now been confirmed that a live stream and on demand video of the show will be available to purchase through the VLIVE website and the V App store.
The huge London shows come after BTS made history by becoming the first Korean act to go to number one in the UK album charts.
They are the first Korean act to score a chart-topping album in the UK, according to the Official Charts Company.
‘Map Of The Soul’ is BTS’s fourth collection to chart in the UK Top 40, following their three part Love Yourself album series. NME awarded the record four stars and described it as an album “that continues to raise the bar”.
It was reported earlier this week that BTS learnt English by watching Friends on repeat.
“My mom bought me the full series, I watched it several times,” said bandmember RM.
“I just want to speak and to listen and understand the musicians in America. I just want to say thank you, Mom!”