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Not-so-good news is coming for international ARMYs.
Recently, it has been revealed that BTS is planning to open their own channel on Youtube Red, a paid-service from Youtube. This means that anyone who is willing to see the contents need to pay the monthly subscription, which costs USD 9.99 per month. Even serious problem is that Youtube Red is only available in the United States, Australia, Mexico, New Zealand, and South Korea.
Image Source: The Qoo
Image Source: Youtube Red
BTS' first release on Youtube Red will be on March 28th. Big Hit Entertainment has not released any further statements regarding this, but fans believe that making an exclusive channel on Youtube Red is one of the boys' way to make even wider global expansion. What do you think about this, ladies and gentlemen?
Source: [Youtube] ibighit
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