The Bangtan Boys have dropped the exciting official teaser of "Yet to Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)", their new music video.

BTS released the music video teaser of the highly-anticipated track from their upcoming anthology album "Proof" on June 8 at midnight KST.

While the new album will primarily comprise past BTS hits, "Yet to Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)" is one of three brand new songs, which will be included in "Proof", along with "For Youth" and "Run BTS".

Meanwhile, the K-pop group's label Big Hit Music announced last week that the band will be returning to doing music shows to perform the new track, which will mark BTS's first music show promotions in more than two years.

BTS will be promoting "Yet to Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)" on several weekly music shows starting on June 16.

The Kings of Pop will appear on "M Countdown" on Mnet on June 16, "Music Bank" on KBS 2TV on June 17, and "Inkigayo" on SBS on June 19.

The last time the South Korean band performed on music shows was in March 2020, during album promotions for "Map of the Soul: 7."

The group also announced on Monday that they will host a live event to mark the release of the new album and their ninth anniversary. The Live event for the release of "Proof" will stream on the group's YouTube channel on Monday, June 13 at 9 pm KST.

At the moment, it is however not clear how long the septet will perform on the stream, how long the live event will last, or what format it will have.

Both the album and "Yet to Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)" music video will be released on June 10 at 1 p.m. KST.

For now, take a look at the official music video teaser of "Yet to Come (The Most Beautiful Moment)" here.

In the teaser, the seven BTS members have been captured in a desert-like setting. Kim Taehyung is shown holding a rose and looking off into the distance, while Suga stands on top of a cabinet against the backdrop of a sand dune. Jungkook holds his fingers in front of his eye, mimicking a telescope as if looking far away, while the first lines of the song play out.