The 2022 FIFA World Cup, which began at Qatar’s Al Bayd Stadium, featured a performance by Jungkook of BTS.
Supporters of opposing teams sat together and watched the game, chanting songs of unity. In the history of the World Cup, the extraordinary event known as “World Cup 2022 Qatar” has its own hue and personality. Spectators, who have been waiting for this game once every four years, have seen a fantastic performance.
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The 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar will kick off on November 20 at 22:40 Philippines Time. The first match of the 2022 World Cup was played between the host, Qatar, and Ecuador in the Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor, Qatar, a 60,000-capacity outdoor stadium.
Additionally, there was a fantastic light and sound performance at the opening ceremony. Plus, it is fantastic and pulsating with music fitting for the World Cup.
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As the opening ceremony’s highlight, Morgan Freeman was joined onstage by a slew of other famous actors and performers. Members of BTS with a song called “Dreamers,” which features other K-Pop singers like “Jung Kook.”
In addition, Jung Kook collaborated with another well-known Qatari performer, “Fahad Al Kubaisi.” that was met with roaring acclaim from the packed house at Al Bayt Stadium. Interestingly, the first Korean musician to attend the World Cup ceremony for the first time was enlivened by the social world of Twitter with the hashtag #JUNGKOOKxFIFA.
Hayya Hayya (Better Together) will feature vocals from Trinidad Cardona, Davido, and AISHA and will serve as the official theme song for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
The 2022 opening match got underway immediately following the ceremony. At 00:00, Philippines time, the home team, Qatar, takes against the visiting, Ecuador. After a 2-0 defeat to Ecuador in the opening match, they found themselves at the bottom of Group A.