K-pop stars BTS brought the European leg of their current world tour to a close on Saturday with a concert in Paris, attended by tens of thousands of fans from across the continent. Following the boy band’s concerts at London’s Wembley Stadium the previous weekend, the septet came to rock France on Friday and Saturday, their final shows in Europe as part of the ongoing “Love Yourself: Speak Yourself” world tour. Hours ahead of the concert at the Stade de France, which accommodates up to 80,000 people, excited fans from Germany, Spain, Italy, Russia, as well as France, gathered together, singing and dancing BTS songs at the concert venue, turning it into an outdoor festival. A 17-year-old Swiss fan named Emma got up early in the morning to travel to the Stade de France from her hometown of Lausanne. BTS are voted the Koreans most people want to meet Clutching a self-painted banner reading “BTS saved my world”, she said: “BTS are different from other bands. They have special messages.” The landmark concert was also attended by heavily armed police officers and police on horseback to maintain order around the national stadium, the site of a deadly terrorist bombing attack in 2015. Paris’ transport authorities also joined the festive mood, posting a message on Twitter in Korean on one of its accounts stating: “Subway Line 9 is operating smoothly. Have a good day everyone!” The next shows in the “Love Yourself: Speak Yourself” tour take place in Osaka, Japan, on July 6 and 7. Read the full story at the Korea Times .