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Mnet to air ‘Run BTS’ on small screen starting WednesdayBy Yim Hyun-su
Published : July 10, 2018 - 13:14
The show, which was originally featured on Naver’s V Live, will make a debut on the small screen this time, according to the group’s agency Big Hit Entertainment.
A number of popular episodes will be carefully selected and curated for the TV audience, which will air at 6 p.m. every Wednesday over a period of eight weeks, with the final episode scheduled to air on Aug. 29.
The V Live online series has been a huge success on the platform, having produced 53 episodes as of Tuesday and still going. Episode 31, which shows the group playing a quiz show in pajamas, has been watched over six million times, the most watched episode to date.
BTS has over 9.8 million followers on Naver’s V app and 11.6 million on Twitter.
The group will also hold an exhibition titled “24,7=Serendipity,” which opens just days before the final “Run BTS!” episode airs on Mnet.
By Yim Hyun-su (email@example.com)
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