Not teenagers, but they still love K-pop boyband BTS

Ms Kimberly France (left) giving out snack packs to fans yesterday. She came up with the idea after she realised fans who bought mosh pit tickets would have to queue for hours before entering the concert venue.
Ms Kimberly France (left) giving out snack packs to fans yesterday. She came up with the idea after she realised fans who bought mosh pit tickets would have to queue for hours before entering the concert venue.ST PHOTO: ALPHONSUS CHERN

While many may associate fans of K-pop boyband BTS with adoring teenage girls, there are some admirers of the group who buck tradition.

Nestled in the sea of teenagers who gathered outside the National Stadium hours before the band's concert yesterday was 64-year-old Lilet Rodriguez.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on January 20, 2019, with the headline 'Not teenagers, but they still love K-pop boyband BTS'. Print Edition | Subscribe