I don't really know how the situation is evolving in Korea.
I know that in my country, it's out of the question but even there they will try to hold outside concerts this summer.
Now the question is do you think it's possible to hold maybe not big concerts but at least live performances with an offline audience?
I am taking TXT as an example because they will hold their second anniversary fanlive this staurday and for now it is still announced as online AND offline.
This doesn't mean it won't be canceled, for example, enhypen's showcase was canceled offline the day before it happened.
BUT Bighit is searching for staff to ensure the security and especially the respect of distanciation and covid guidelines.
Is it reasonable to you?
On one hand, as a fan, TXT only got to see moas during an offline fanmeeting and they never got to see their lightsticks being waved so I want it to happen both for them and moas who may attend BUT health is first and if the Korean government doesn't approve or there's a sudden rise, it shouldn't happen as frustrating as it may be