An army of BTS fans tuned into an online concert by the K-pop megastars on Saturday (October 10) - an event that attracted more than 100 million online reactions from its viewers.
The virtual show came after the seven-member group scrapped its initial plan to hold an in-person show for a limited audience - having already canceled planned world tours.
Lead singer RM addressed fans
"We are literally strong. The ARMYs I know and BTS you all know, we are all strong."
Management company Big Hit Entertainment has not released how many people were watching but the event garnered some 114 million real-time "cheer clicks," a sign of approval that fans can press multiple times.
The band earned a Guinness World Records title for most viewers for a livestreamed performance after its first paid online concert in June drew nearly 757,000 from 107 countries.
It was all almost too much for these fans watching in a BTS-themed cafe in Seoul.
40-year-old superfan An Ji-Won said 'I cried because I was so happy. I never thought an online concert could be this big.'
Since their 2013 debut, BTS have spearheaded a global K-Pop craze with catchy, upbeat music and dances.