The Energy of the Concert

My friends and I who are into K-pop went to a concert where there a lot of groups performing, including one called BTS. BTS was the last group to perform, so we had to sit through the whole concert just to see them. The other groups were nice, but they couldn’t hold a candle to BTS. We love all of the BTS members, but my favorite is Rap Monster. Since my friends have their own favorite members, we get into arguments about which ones are better than others.

Our seats at the concert were so far back that we needed binoculars to get a better view of the performers on stage. We saw a lot of people in audience holding their phones while they recorded the performances. If I were closer to the stage, I would have probably done this, but with how low quality the camera on my phone is, it would have been a wasted effort, since the video would have looked terrible. Some people who were closer to the stage had high powered cameras with tripods for recording video and taking pictures. I’m guessing these people were professional photographers because no average person would have this stuff.

The entire audience was roaring when BTS appeared on stage. I’ve been to a few concerts before that one, but none of them really had the same kind of energy. There’s something about K-pop that makes people go crazy when a performance is happening. Light sticks wave in the air and fan chants get louder and louder. The line to meet BTS after the concert was insanely long. My friend and I thought it would never end, but we inched our way through it and eventually got to meet the guys. I was almost speechless, but I pulled myself together to greet them.