BTS photoshoot 2021

Could BTS go to space to film their new music video?

Space tourism is a reality, after the successful first test flight of Richard Branson and his Virgin Galactic spaceship. Now, Big Hit entertainment is in the race to take the K-Pop idols to film in space. How awesome would that be? Read more, below!

  • The multi-millionaire founder of Virgin Galactic, Richard Branson, successfully landed the first commercial flight to space. 
  • Branson, Virgin's CEO, flew 53 miles above the Earth with three employees.
  • Tesla's founder, Elon Musk, worked alongside Branson to develop the technology for multi-millionaire tourism. 
  • As a group, BTS has a net worth of over $50 million dollars as of 2021, and each member has around $20 and $30 million in their pockets. 

 

The space experience

Branson revealed that going to space was

"more magical than I ever imagined."

According to our sources, Big Hit entertainment, BTS managers, are already applying for the K-Pop idols to go and be the first clients for 2022. Could this be the beginning of a new K-Pop record?

Why BTS?

BTS Permission to Dance music video 2021

BTS started as a Korean phenomenon in 2013, but quickly started trending in the United States and around the world. They are currently becoming the fastest growing music group in the world, winning major awards like Billboard, MTV Music video and MNET Awards. For BTS, it would mean a major success, and they could even film parts for a new music video, and for Virgin Galactic, it would mean bringing the attention of the fan base, called the Army, calculated in over 40 million people around the world. 

Potential risks

RM in Permission to Dance music video 2021

Survival experts of the FAA recommend flying in different aircraft when traveling with families, in order to mitigate risks. In this case, this could have a potential risk of every BTS suffering an accident. No worries, probabilities are super low!

When can we expect this to happen?

BTS dancing around a plane for the Late Night Show

Commercial tickets are expected to be available for the public (a very selected and rich one) in 2022. For now, we can only dream, but we think it could be awesome! What is your opinion about it? 

Bruno Wahrmann Lockhart

Digital Media Expert. Journalist. Former TV host. University of San Diego Alumni. 6′ 4″ but my mom still calls me 'tiny'+ info

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