Fan stories will be taking part in two BTS concert in Fort Worth on 14th and 15th  in  News

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Fan stories will be taking part in two BTS concert in Fort Worth on 14th and 15th


⭐ Maybe Shannon Alexy is the best mother in Fort Worth!
Earlier this week, the 39-year-old mother shocked her son that the couple would go to watch the BTS concert in Fort Worth.
And in his son's birthday - the eldest son - Donal, 15, Alexy made the son surprised by his O-shaped eyes with the signature sticker that the fans usually carry. at the concert.
The seven boys from Korea, whose full name is Youth Offensive, will have two concert nights that sell tickets in the Convention Center, Fort Worth, this weekend. Local fans are unaware of why the group chose Fort Worth as the venue for their concert tour and was also extremely excited.
"I did not think there would be such a large K-Pop fandom in this place and at the ticket office, it would not be possible," Alexy said. "The shows at the Fort Worth BTS will be great and very close."
"They are so humble, the group has always worked hard but look, the group is happy to experience that," Alexy said. "It's fun to see things change because of the group. They look so happy to have created their own music and pursue their dreams."
At home, Alexy says, she is learning Korean and watching Korean dramas. At one point, Alexy took Donal back to school and both decided to let Donal learn Korean. But now, he is studying Japanese at Arlington Heights High School and excels in this subject.
"My children have a broader worldview because of my passion for K-pop and Korean culture," Alexy said. "I cook a lot of traditional Korean food at home and our meals are very nutritious." We have a lot of motivation to learn and acquire new knowledge because we all know that outside of the country There are so many exciting things to come for. "


⭐ Maria Espinosa, a 15-year-old fan from Fort Worth, said she remembered how she shouted at school when she received information about BTS's world tour LOVE YOURSELF. And she knew that she had to get tickets to the concert.
"On purchase of tickets, I had my phone, my mother's tablet, my sister's laptop, and my godmother's laptop opened the website," Espinosa said of the purchase date. After 15 minutes elapsed, BTS was reported to have opened and the ticket was moving very fast, at that time, I still had no tickets and tried to load. The last page was filled with rows of chairs on the screen. "
Espinosa was very touched about BTS's activities and the group got up and talked about difficult topics, from psychological issues to Korean politics.
"I also like other Korean groups, but the groups are mostly singing about love, love, and school, and BTS really makes people more aware of the depression, human fear, and psychological diseases, "Espinosa said.


Lauren Pinto, a 23-year-old student at the University of Texas at Arlington, said that the way BTS was involved in social justice issues made the group different from other American or British groups. After the BTS released their "Love Yourself" series in 201, the group teamed up with UNICEF to launch the "Love Myself" campaign to end violence against children and adolescents.
For Pinto, attending BTS concerts this weekend is a celebration of maturity and overcoming obstacles. In 2016, Pinto suffered a brain injury and left school in Austin to return to his home in Fort Worth.
"After that time, I was extremely disappointed in myself, although it was not my fault, I felt like I could not go anywhere and my life was like that," Pinto said. "It was around the time BTS was about to release the album" Wings "and" You Never Walk Alone. "The group made me able to do what I wanted to do to solve my problems, to treat the disease. and return to college. "
BTS not only made Pinto recover but also made her find love. Tomorrow, she will be attending the concert with her 3-month boyfriend. The two met because of the common interest in K-pop.
"We really met on OkCupid, I was not serious about finding a boyfriend, I posted that I was interested and wanted to meet other K-pop fans in the area," Pinto said. "I did not actually answer the messages but when a guy came over to me and started talking about BTS, I could not help being excited."


⭐ K-pop is a $ 5 billion industry, according to Vox, and has become a global phenomenon, thanks in part to BTS and the dedication of the fans to the group.
The group ranks 90 weeks at the top of the Billboard Social 50, the weekly artist rankings for social appearances, promises, and coverage.
Although the group has millions of fans and followers in the media, BTS still connects with fans through musical performances. The group mainly sang and rapped in Korean but many people do not understand, such as Alexy, Espinosa, and Pinto, finding the hidden meaning behind the songs.
Although none of the three Koreans understood the Korean language, none of them acknowledged that K-Pop's popularity and love opened up to them a new culture and new possibilities.

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