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Which country has the most BTS fans 2020? – Read details INSIDE

by Ratan Srivastava

In the worldwide market, the Kpop boom is happening at a breakneck speed. BTS, the front-runner, is setting key developments in India and is among the leading nations. Read below to know which country has the most BTS fans from 2020.

Before BTS, the country’s greatest boy band swept over the music business abroad, performers such as Big Bang, PSY, as well as Wonder Girls helped to expand the market of South Korean musicians in other countries. Nevertheless, bloggers have recently been perplexed by the fast rise in Kpop appeal in many nations. Kpop information uploaded by artists as well as fans can be found everywhere, through pop charts to social networks. Twitter, the social networking behemoth, is at the forefront of this movement.

Kpop, a South Korean boy group, has dominated in numerous nations with its songs, substance, and connections, proving that ‘Music has no language.’ Artists, as well as fans, come together on the same Twitter platform called #KpopTwitter to engage in conversations about the group due to its huge fanbases spanning throughout the world. On this network, interesting articles such as announcements, talks, comic postings, and much more were shared, and artists can connect with customers individually.

As per a Twitter demographic survey, India came in 10th place on the list of nations that engage in BTS fans Kpop content. Other countries mentioned include Japan (number 9), Mexico (number 8), Malaysia (number 7), and others. Indonesia is at the top of the list, following either by Philippines, Thailand, South Korea, the United States, and Brazil. BTS made the charts of most-streamed musicians in India on Spotify the year before.

The boy group’s fervent admirers flocked to social means of communicating with other fans and musicians on a personal basis. The debate usually starts following a song’s publication, a dispute, a return, or the launch of a new singer or group. #KpopTwitter will celebrate its tenth anniversary in September 2020. Even during 12 months of a pandemic, there have been 6.1 billion K-pop-related tweets, according to a Twitter blog. From June 2020 to June 2021, though, there was a bigger spike, with over 7.5 billion tweets using the tag.

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