‘BTS: Yet To Come in Cinemas’ earns $8 million in North America 

“BTS: Yet To Come in Cinemas,” the cinematic version of BTS’ Busan concert, has earned $8 million in North America.

The film was released worldwide on Feb. 1 and was re-edited and remixed for the big screen about BTS’ concert in Busan, South Korea last Oct. 15.

Poster for "BTS: Yet To Come in Cinemas" (ScreenX Official on Twitter)

Box Office Mojo reported that as of Feb. 5, “BTS: Yet To Come in Cinemas” has grossed $8,022,774 from 1,210 theaters in North America.

"’Domestic’ refers to gross box-office revenue from North America (U.S., Canada, and Puerto Rico), unless otherwise noted. ‘International’ covers the rest of the world,” according to the IMDb website.

The movie earned $1.68 million in North America on Feb. 3 to place sixth overall in the domestic box office.

On Feb. 4, it grossed $2.7 million to rank fifth at the North American box office followed by $1.9 million on Feb. 5 for another fifth place finish.

In South Korea, “BTS: Yet To Come in Cinemas” has grossed $1,058,842 and sold 60,469 tickets in six days from Feb. 1 to 6, according to Korean Film Council (KOFIC), which tracks box office receipts.