WATCH: Dawn Zulueta goes to BTS concert in Busan with daughter Ayisha
Dawn Zulueta is one happy ARMY mom as she got to bond with her daughter Ayisha at BTS’s “Yet to Come” concert in Busan, South Korea.
The actress and her daughter got to watch BTS perform live as they scored admissions to the free event. The mother and daughter held light sticks and did finger heart gestures as they sang along to songs by the boy group, as seen on Zulueta’s Instagram page yesterday, Oct. 17
“What a spectacular weekend in Busan, South Korea. We love you, [BTS],” she said. “What you think ‘bout that? Mic Drop. For ever ARMY.”
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Celebrities expressed happiness for Zulueta and Ayisha for getting into BTS’s concert, including Pokwang, Arlene Muhlach and Bing Loyzaga.
“Cute mo sa heart heart [gesture] miss @dawnzulueta,” Pokwang told Zulueta. (You look so cute doing the heart gesture miss Dawn.)
“Yey! Army mom here,” Muhlach, meanwhile, said.
BTS’s “Yet to Come” concert was staged in support of the 2023 World Expo, which Busan is hoping to host. This comes months after the K-pop idols announced a break in group musical activities to pursue solo projects, which raised questions on BTS’s future.
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