K-pop stars BTS bring 'Love Yourself: Speak Yourself' tour to Chicago – Chicago Video



K-pop sensations BTS sold out two nights at Soldier Field over the weekend in Chicago during their “love yourself: speak yourself’ world tour. Screaming members of the “BTS Army” probably have no voice left after the group performed 20 songs followed by a four-song encore each night in the cold, wet weather. The performance was the group’s only show in the Midwest, and drew fans from Ohio, Kentucky, New York, Texas, Canada and even Mexico.

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  1. 100% in this comment says "we are not teenage girls"
    …and yes, I'm not a teenage girl*, I'm a graduated *guy 😡

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  2. why every news saying teenage fan. it is so annoying!!

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  3. Im not teenager, but i am "army" Ok…? 😡

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  4. so 60k were tenns girls , do they look like teens girl for you , for god sake armys are not only teens , you can find them from 6 to 60 years old and the majority are between 25 and 35 , we are nooooooooooooooooooooot teens

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  5. As much as I'd love to redo my teens, I am not a teen and most of the attendees were on 20s. There were many older ARMY out there.

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  6. I am 61, with a master degree, retired, used to be the Dean of the BA program at a University, proud of the boys…. sad for being so far away…..

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  7. we're so done with "teenage girls"

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  8. I took my mom for Mothers Day and she's 59 and she was screaming. I guess she's a teenager.

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  9. If you look at the video you showed you can clearly see that it’s not just a bunch of teenage girls it’s a wide mix of ages ethnicity and sex.. in glad that being 32 is considered being a teenager

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  10. 33 years old here!! I'm not a teenager but I sure will be screaming at MetLife this saturday 🙂 Only because boy bands in America had only teenagers as fans, comes to show the difference in quality of BTS's music to have such a diversified fan base. Please don't speak of, or interview our boys without doing your research, you just make yourself look bad!

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  11. WHY is the media constantly pushing this TEENAGE agenda? It's incorrect and snakey. You can't diminish bts's impact.

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  12. I stopped watching after he said "screaming teenage girls"
    the cringe is real

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  13. These ignorant media people never conduct any research before spewing their IGNORANCE about BTS and it's fans…..they are NOT just "screaming teenage girls!" BTS fans are the most diverse of any artists from all ages, races, religions, genders, etc…..You'd be hard pressed to find any other artists with this much true diversity in their fandom. And for some reason the mainstream media continues to play the "teenage female fans" storyline…..No wonder no one watches mainstream media in America anymore …..So much of it is untruthful, lazy & ignorant journalism.

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  14. 'teenage girls' welp.. If u take pic at any section you'll see more adults, 20+ yrs old ppl everytime. White ppl with grey hair sing along to bts. Men too. So many men stan bts. Many ppl who do vlogs, cheering for bts are men, adults..

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  15. People think kids bringing their parents there but most of the time the parents are the actual bts fans. 😂

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  16. STOP saying teenage girls! So annoying

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  17. I get so pissed at the teenage girl comment I’m literally a grown women our fandom is way to diverse for Americans to continue only painting us as teenagers which I think binds BTS influences

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  18. STOP WITH THE TEENAGE GIRL THING!!! Most fans are in their 20s and 30s. Jesus.

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  19. Teenage girls again! Are they blind or just close minded people!

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  20. Yeah teens girl… But i'm 28, bruh wake up…

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  21. I wanted to go but tickets sold out too fast. 😂 I will be turning 19 tomorrow, woohoo! But still I’m not considered a teenage screaming girl. I’m in college, and act pretty mature, lol

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  22. I'm 30!!! And I'm screaming FOR BTS! Please don't define Army = teenagers!

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  23. The minute he said teenage girls i left

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