It’s gotten even easier to support your favourite K-pop bands thanks to the KBS Music Bank live stream!
Twitter has teamed up with KBS, South Korea’s largest broadcaster to bring you the popular national Korean music programme ‘Music Bank’ in real time. The program will stream live weekly through Twitter every Friday from 4 pm to 5.30 pm Malaysian time (5 to 6.30 pm in Korea).
— KBS World TV (@KBSWorldTV) November 9, 2017
You won’t even need a Twitter account to watch the stream– you can watch it on KBS.twitter.com or from Music Bank’s official account (@KBSWorldTV) on Twitter without logging in. Besides the 90-minute livestream on Twitter every Friday, @KBSWorldTV will also Tweet out video highlight clips of the Music Bank show every week so fans in different timezones around the world won’t miss out.
Besides the live stream, it’s also a great way to see what’s happening in the world of K-pop and to talk about it with other K-pop fans worldwide.
“The number of overseas K-pop fans who are eager to watch ‘Music Bank’ in real time is increasing. We decided to partner with Twitter as they are an active global live streaming platform with a strong K-pop fan community, and we look forward to expanding our K-pop fan base and be able to reach them worldwide through this partnership,” said Director of KBS World TV, Yonghun Choi.
To stay tuned to the latest K-pop hits and catch performances by your favourite K-pop groups at KBS ‘Music Bank’ on Twitter, follow @KBSWorldTV or look up the official hashtag #MusicBank for the latest updates about KBS’ weekly national Korean music programme.