Twitter saw an impressive 22 million Tweets on the launch day, and the most Tweeted time was from midnight to 1AM ET on 10th June when Proof was released with 3 million Tweets in just one hour.
Fans from South Korea, US, and Indonesia were the loudest on Twitter, and conversations about the group’s latest release came from all over the world, including countries like the Philippines, India, Japan, Mexico, Brazil, Thailand, and Peru.
#KpopTwitter was a flurry of activity as ARMY took a trip down memory lane, enjoying hit songs from past albums, while looking ahead to the title track “Yet to Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)”.
Clearly, the reception towards the band’s past, present, and future music was undeniably explosive.
Twitter launched custom emojis for fans to join in the festivities regardless of where they were.
Furthermore, #YetToCome and #TheMostBeautifulMoment would activate emojis too.
YeonJeong Kim, Head of Global K-pop Partnerships at Twitter said, “Be it to celebrate new albums, or to cheer them on at important occasions, the #BTSARMY has always stayed close to the band on Twitter.”