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'Wounds of glory'; BTS Kim Taehyung shows off red marks on his bare back

BTS member Kim Taehyung is currently serving in the Korean military, making his country and his fanbase proud. Amid this, the K-pop star took to his Instagram to drop some drool-worthy pictures of himself. Of course, within seconds, ARMYs lapped up the pictures and started fangirling hard over these new pictures. Minutes later, however, Kim Taehyung aka V took to Weverse to post a picture of his back, which he captioned 'Wounds of Glory'. However, the picture showed bright red marks on V's back.  BTS Kim Taehyung drops drool-worthy pictures of himself looking buff           View this post on Instagram                       A post shared by taehyung⁷ 🐻 (@taetaebooo) On April 12, Kim Taehyung took to Weverse to post a picture of his back. In the picture, Kim Taehyung sported some bright red marks, which he called 'wounds of glory,' suggesting that he earned this through the hard work he's been putting in while serving in the military. While some of the BTS ARMYs were in awe of his buff body others expressed concern over the red marks. One user said, "WHAT THE HELL? WHAT THE HELL?!?!??!?!?!?!?!?" "After military they'll be so normal with showing us their naked pictures I'm sure😭 get ready guyssss😭" read one comment.  Another fan speculated, "Ok V have cholinergic urticaria, in this situation become allergic to high temperature...it often happens after work out when body temperature is high😭😭" The K-pop sensation also dropped a few more pictures on his Instagram stories. One picture showed him in the gym. In another picture, V posed in the mirror while showcasing the muscle in his arms.  Take a look at what ARMYs had to say about these pictures:  KIM TAEHYUNG OUR HOT CAPTAIN pic.twitter.com/vGv1v5Ilo4 — *✧ ꪜ ⓥ (@taeteluv_) April 12, 2024 KIM TAEHYUNG CAME HOME pic.twitter.com/F5qGcJvGUJ — hope⁷ (@winnttaebear) April 12, 2024 God created other men and sent Kim Taehyung as an apology 🧎🏻‍♂️ pic.twitter.com/c6bP136Bdz — nush ⁷ (@raplinebase) April 12, 2024 Only Kim Taehyung can look hot and cute at the same time 😭Face 🤏 body 🔥 pic.twitter.com/YYjvvuQAq5 — Jiya 💗FRI(END)S💗 (@Iam_Kths) April 12, 2024 Previous update about BTS RM and V BTS leader RM and V, aka Kim Taehyung, have completed their training at the Nonsan Training Centre. The duo earned top honours for their exceptional performance. Now, they will be proceeding with their duties at the training camp. Videos and pictures from the graduation ceremony have surfaced, and they showcase the singers receiving their honours. This milestone marks an important event in BTS RM and V's military lives. On January 16, much-anticipated videos of the military graduation ceremony surfaced on the internet. The clips showcased the K-pop singers in their military uniforms. They were seen standing in a row, where they looked solemn and focused. Earlier, a press release from BIGHIT Music informed ARMYs about the upcoming schedule of the loved singers.

12 April,2024 03:41 PM IST | Seoul
South Korean singer Park Bo Ram

South Korean singer Park Bo Ram passes away at age 30, cause of death unknown

South Korean singer Park Bo Ram has passed away at the age of 30. On the afternoon of April 11, 2024, Park was found collapsed in her home undergoing cardiac arrest in her home in Seoul and later died in hospital in Guri. The cause of death is still unknown. On the morning of April 12, her agency XANADU Entertainment confirmed that the singer had suddenly passed away the previous evening.  "It's true that Park Bo Ram died on April 11. The cause of death is currently being investigated by the police," stated the agency. "All of our fellow artists and employees at Xanadu Entertainment are deeply mourning the deceased with great sadness. It is even more heartbreaking to deliver sudden news to fans who support Park Bo Ram,” said the agency. Xanadu Entertainment added that funeral procedures will be held after consulting her family, and urged the public to refrain from making speculative reports. The police said an autopsy will be held Saturday to determine the cause of death, and an investigation into her death is ongoing, reported Korea JoongAng Daily. Park Bo Ram gained attention when she appeared on the Mnet audition program 'SuperStar K2' in 2010. She received recognition for her exceptional singing skills and stage presence. After appearing on 'Superstar K2, Park Bo Ram made her official debut with the hit song 'Beautiful' in 2014, which gained popularity and ranked 19th on the annual music chart that year. Park Bo Ram continued to be active in the music industry, releasing various tracks, including 'Celepretty', 'Sorry', 'Pretty Bae', Dynamic Love', and more. She was known for her soulful vocals and timeless songs like Hyehwadong (Or Ssangmundong) for Reply 1988 and Please Say Something, Even Though It Is a Lie for W - Two Worlds. In February this year, Park Bo Ram released a duet track, 'I Hope', with Huh Gak, celebrating the 10th anniversary of her debut. With the release of her duet song with Huh Gak, her agency announced that the singer was preparing to release her studio album this year.

12 April,2024 01:30 PM IST | Seoul | mid-day online correspondent
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BTS K-drama Youth: From struggles to disbandment, what to expect from the show

South Korean television series 'Youth' based on the popular boy band BTS is an expansion on the lives of the septet - Jin, Jimin, Jungkook, J-hope, V, Suga, and RM, as seen through the career that spans over a decade. The show features Seo Ji-hoon, Noh Jong-hyun, Ahn Ji-ho, Seo Young-joo, Kim Yoon-woo, Jung Woo-jin, and Jeon Jin-seo. It is based on the aspects of BTS fans have seen through their music videos and the Save Me webtoon.  ‘Youth’ contains a plot that shows seven boys who carry their pain and secrets as they come together and help each other deal with it amid the highs and lows.  Seo Young-Joo (RM) is a mature guy from a not-so-well-to-do family. He works part-time but scores well in his academics.  Seo Ji-Hoon (Jin) is blessed with good looks, and his father is a National Assembly member. He is transferred to a new school where he meets the other six members.  Ro Jong-Hyun (Suga) is the quiet one but is accused of rumours that he set his house on fire and killed his mother. He is only able to find peace by playing the piano. It is his friends who help him deal with the childhood trauma.  Jeon Jin-Seo (Jungkook) lives with an insecure family and helps Ro Jong-Hyun by becoming his aide who never judges.  Jung Woo-Jin (V) lives with his father who often played with him but turned alcoholic after his mother left them.  Kim Yoon-Woo (Jimin) has an infectious smile but struggles with his identity due to childhood trauma.  Ahn Ji-Ho (J-hope) loves dancing and was abandoned at the amusement park. Despite all the trials and tribulations, he is always energetic and brings a positive vibe.  The plot of this K-drama will touch on their mental health and how the pressures led them to want a disbandment in 2018.  It will also show how J-hope wanted to quit even before the band was formed and how Jungkook’s speech changed his mind. Besides that, the drama will also allow the audience to re-live historic moments like the world tour and scoring a Guinness World Record.  According to reports, 'Youth' is set to debut on Xclusive on April 30. However, viewers will need to fork out $90 (Rs 7500) to catch all 12 episodes. The release schedule is split, with episodes 1-4 dropping on April 30, 5-8 on May 7, and 9-12 on May 14. At present, BTS has been on a hiatus since June 2022 with the members carrying on individual activities until their reunion, followed by their military services which is expected to end in 2025 when all the members will come together. 

09 April,2024 10:14 AM IST | Mumbai | mid-day online correspondent
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BTS: J-hope dances to Neuron in military uniform

Korean boy band BTS member J-hope surprised the ARMY on Sunday as he dropped new pictures and a video dancing to his latest track 'Neuron'. The idol, who is currently fulfilling his mandatory military service, performed in his uniform. He wrote in the caption on Instagram, “It takes 3 minutes to do it!” Furthermore, he also shared pictures from a pop-up shop and wrote, “Thank you for coming!!! I love you!!!”            View this post on Instagram                       A post shared by jhope (@uarmyhope) ARMY, who eagerly awaits any update from the BTS member, took to social media to express their happiness over the posts. One wrote on X, "Today I have been having a hectic and sad day, but he came and revived my hopes of moving on, how can I not love him, when I miss him too much and he suddenly appears DANCING LIKE THE KING HE IS?!!", “I'M SCREAMING AND CRYING OMG J-HOPE IS SO HANDSOME!!!!” added another.             View this post on Instagram                       A post shared by jhope (@uarmyhope) J-hope, who enlisted in the army as an active-duty soldier in April 2023 is currently working as an instructor at the training battalion in Gangwon Province. He is expected to complete his military service by October 2024. 'Neuron', which is the title track from the album 'Hope On The Street Vol. 1' represents J-hope's old underground dance crew with the same name, which hails from Gwangju. When the rapper was in the second year of middle school, he joined the crew as its youngest member and bagged multiple awards at several dance competitions. 'Neuron' also features hip-hop veterans Gaeko and Yoon Mi Rae. The new album aligns with J-hope's documentary series 'Hope On The Street'.  'Hope On The Street' is a 6-episode docuseries that highlights J-hope's story and love for dancing as he begins a new journey in his 12th year since debut, returning to his dancer roots. Accompanied by his former instructor, the popping champion Boogaloo Kin, J-hope explores the streets of Osaka, Seoul, Paris, New York, and Gwangju, meeting inspiring street dancers along the way, read a statement. 'Hope On The Street Vol. 1' comprises six tracks and features collaborations with popular artists such as Yoon Mirae, Gaeko from Dynamic Duo, Jungkook, and Huh Yunjin from LE SSERAFIM.

07 April,2024 08:25 AM IST | Mumbai | mid-day online correspondent
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BTS and HYBE groups spark excitement with reported 2025 world tour plans

Dear ARMY, tighten your seat belts as 2025 is going to be a roller coaster ride for all of you. As the days pass, the time for the BTS members to start returning is coming closer. Starting in June this year, the BTS members will resume their activities after completing their military service, with Jin being the first to come out. But that's not all - we have even bigger news in store for all of you. We might just see the group embark on a mega world tour by 2025. Yes, you heard it right, and do you know what the cherry on the cake is? Reports have claimed that not just BTS, but also NewJeans, TXT, SEVENTEEN, and many more HYBE label artists and groups are gearing up for their grand comeback. BTS World Tour in 2025? Although there has been no official announcement, a report has been circulating on the internet that is already driving the ARMY crazy, hinting at the possibility of a grand BTS world tour in 2025. According to a Hyundai Motor Securities researcher, BTS might go on tour soon. As per the outlet, if this tour happens, it has the potential to boost HYBE's revenue by almost three times. This prediction was made after considering BTS's canceled 2020 tour owing to Covid-19. A report by Kim Young Moon/Daily Hankook (via Koreaboo) claims, “With NewJeans and BTS’s world tours to be expected next year, performance is confirmed to take a quantum jump.” After seeing several such claims about their favorites making a comeback, fans are unable to stay calm as they have flooded social media with their tweets showing excitement. “I suddenly feel like crying. The large-scale tour that both fans and the boys have been waiting for! They are doing it even though five years have passed? Oppa-deu,” wrote a fan. While another one commented, “I wasn’t coming on Twitter because of all the crazy news happening in 2024, but I am seeing such good news as soon as I opened Twitter.” Now, although we don't have any confirmation yet, it will be a pleasure to see our favourites perform again after so long. About BTS BTS, which is also known as the Bangtan Boys, is a septet. It consists of Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V, and Jungkook. The band was formed in 2010. Their ever-burgeoning fanbase is called ‘ARMY’.

06 April,2024 08:27 AM IST | Mumbai | mid-day online correspondent
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BTS K-drama Begins Youth: THIS is the amount you reportedly have to pay to watch

BTS K-drama Begins Youth: K-pop band BTS are taking a break to do their own thing for a while and also serve their time in the military. While they're away, their company, Hybe Labels, has set up some stuff for fans to enjoy until they all get back together in 2025. One thing they've got going is a Kdrama called 'Begins Youth' based on the BTS crew. So what is going on with BTS K-drama Begins Youth? Fans have been eagerly waiting for it, and it's finally coming out in April 2024. But now, some fans are worried because it looks like watching the show might cost a lot of money. According to reports, 'Begins Youth' is set to debut on Xclusive on April 30. However, viewers will need to fork out $90 (Rs 7500) to catch all 12 episodes. The release schedule is split, with episodes 1-4 dropping on April 30, 5-8 on May 7, and 9-12 on May 14. The cast includes Seo Ji Hoon as Kim Hwan (Jin), Ro Jong Hyun as Cein (Suga), Ahn Jo Ho as Hosu (J-hope), Seo Young as Dogeon (RM), Kim Yoon Woo as Haru (Jimin), Jung Woo Jin as Jooan (V), and Jeon Jin Seo as Jeha (Jungkook). 'Begins Youth' will revolve around the friendship among these seven young boys. About BTS recently BTS member Kim Taehyung aka V is currently serving in the South Korean military. He is all set to kickstart his military service as a Special Task Force of the Military Police Corps. For the unversed, he was among the only six elite graduate trainees recognized for their expectational performance at the graduation ceremony. On Sunday, new pictures and videos of V sporting short hair during a game has surfaced on social media. According to Kmedia reports, V watched the match between Gangwon and FC Seoul. V was caught on the electronic display at the stadium before kickoff. His face was captured as BTS' hit song 'Dynamite' was played. When V, with short hair, wearing a combat uniform, appeared, the stadium was filled with cheers  Currently, BTS members Park Jimin and Jeon Jungkook began their mandatory military service on Tuesday. A day after members Kim Namjoon and Kim Taehyung entered the military, the last two of the Bangtan Boys were seen enlisting. Older members Suga aka Min Yoongi and J-hope (real name Jung Hoseok) were present to send off the Jungkook and Jimin.

05 April,2024 04:14 PM IST | Mumbai
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BTS: Video of V in short hair surfaces, ARMY says, 'He's just a baby'

BTS member Kim Taehyung aka V is currently serving in the South Korean military. He is all set to kickstart his military service as a Special Task Force of the Military Police Corps. For the unversed, he was among the only six elite graduate trainees recognized for their expectational performance at the graduation ceremony. On Sunday, new pictures and videos of V sporting short hair during a game has surfaced on social media.  According to Kmedia reports, V watched the match between Gangwon and FC Seoul. V was caught on the electronic display at the stadium before kickoff. His face was captured as BTS' hit song 'Dynamite' was played. When V, with short hair, wearing a combat uniform, appeared, the stadium was filled with cheers  A large number of soldiers serving in the 2nd Corps, including V, visited the stadium. As the images and videos went viral, fans could not contain their excitement. ARMY took to the comment section and showered love on V.  A fan wrote, "Who said he's an adult...... He's just a baby". "HES SERVED ENOUGHHHHH MY TAEHYUNGIE," read a comment.  Another person wrote, "his bread cheeks THATS LITTERALLY BABY BEAR". "Wdym looks like teenager, he's is still 18," read a comment.           View this post on Instagram                       A post shared by taehyung⁷ 🐻 (@taetaebooo) Taehyung in glasses hits different pic.twitter.com/O5p1cDbiMQ — BTS V News / FRI(END)S ⓥ / ʟᴀʏᴏ(ꪜ)ᴇʀ (@KTH_News) March 31, 2024 Previous update about BTS RM and V BTS RM and V, aka Kim Taehyung, have completed their training at the Nonsan Training Centre. The duo earned top honours for their exceptional performance. Now, they will be heading to proceed with their duties at the training camp. Videos and pictures from the graduation ceremony have surfaced, and they showcase the singers receiving their honours. This milestone marks an important event in BTS RM and V's military lives. On January 16, much-anticipated videos of the military graduation ceremony surfaced on the internet. The clips showcased the K-pop singers in their military uniforms. They were seen standing in a row, where they looked solemn and focused. Earlier, a press release from BIGHIT Music informed ARMYs about the upcoming schedule of the loved singers. About BTS military service Currently, BTS members Park Jimin and Jeon Jungkook began their mandatory military service on Tuesday. A day after members Kim Namjoon and Kim Taehyung entered the military, the last two of the Bangtan Boys were seen enlisting. Older members Suga aka Min Yoongi and J-hope (real name Jung Hoseok) were present to send off the Jungkook and Jimin. J-hope, who had enlisted in the military earlier this year, also shared photos from yesterday's gathering, when all seven BTS members came together to see off RM and V. He shared some snapshots from Tuesday where Jimin and Jungkook can be seen with their newly shaved heads, right before entering military training.  "Time will fly," wrote J-hope as he shared the photos. Each member has to complete 18 months minimum in the military, during which they will have to lead a very different life from what they are used to as K-pop idols, staying away from their band members, fans and family.

31 March,2024 01:38 PM IST | Mumbai | mid-day online correspondent
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BTS: J-hope drops ‘Neuron’ music video, ARMY calls it ‘Song of the Year’

BTS member J-hope dropped the title track 'Neuron', from his upcoming 'Hope On The Street Vol. 1'. The new track is a representation of  J-hope's old underground dance crew. The crew that hails from Gwangu also has the same name as the title track of the song. J-hope had joined the crew during the second year of his middle school days. He joined the crew as its youngest member and bagged multiple awards at several dance competitions.  'Neuron' also features hip-hop veterans Gaeko and Yoon Mi Rae. The new album aligns with J-hope's documentary series 'Hope On The Street'.  ARMY went crazy as BTS member J-hope dropped 'Neuron', the title track from his upcoming album 'Hope On The Street Vol. 1'. The fans flooded the comment section as they praised their favourite star. One user wrote, “J-Hope's 'Hope on the Street' album is a masterpiece that showcases his incredible talent and versatility. 'Neuron,' the main track, is a true gem that combines catchy melodies, electrifying beats, and J-Hope's unique style, making it an absolute delight to listen to." “The song of the year came, J-hope is very cool, J-hope slayy,” another ARMY member wrote. 'Hope On The Street' is a 6-episode docuseries that highlights J-hope's story and love for dancing as he begins a new journey in his 12th year since debut, returning to his dancer roots. Accompanied by his former instructor, the popping champion Boogaloo Kin, J-hope explores the streets of Osaka, Seoul, Paris, New York, and Gwangju, meeting inspiring street dancers along the way, read a statement. 'Hope On The Street Vol. 1' comprises six tracks and features collaborations with popular artists such as Yoon Mirae, Gaeko from Dynamic Duo, Jungkook, and Huh Yunjin from LE SSERAFIM. 'Hope On The Street' was out on Prime Video on March 28. Episodes will be released weekly every Thursday and Friday. About BTS J-Hope's military service J-Hope joined the military in April 2023 and is anticipated to complete his service and return in September 2024. Suga, who enlisted in September 2023, is expected to return in March 2025. Jin, the eldest member, initially enlisted and is scheduled to conclude his military service and return in either June or July of 2024. BTS, which is also known as the Bangtan Boys, is a septet. It consists of Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V, and Jungkook. The band was formed in 2010. Their ever-burgeoning fanbase is called ‘ARMY’. (With inputs from Agencies)

29 March,2024 09:48 AM IST | Mumbai | mid-day online correspondent
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BTS: J-hope treats ARMY with ‘Neuron’ teaser - watch video

South Korean boy band BTS member J-hope dropped the teaser of 'Neuron', which is the title track from his upcoming 'Hope On The Street Vol. 1'. The song represents J-hope's old underground dance crew with the same name, which hails from Gwangju. When the rapper was in the second year of middle school, he joined the crew as its youngest member and bagged multiple awards at several dance competitions.  'Neuron' also features hip-hop veterans Gaeko and Yoon Mi Rae. The new album aligns with J-hope's documentary series 'Hope On The Street'.  'Hope On The Street' is a 6-episode docuseries that highlights J-hope's story and love for dancing as he begins a new journey in his 12th year since debut, returning to his dancer roots. Accompanied by his former instructor, the popping champion Boogaloo Kin, J-hope explores the streets of Osaka, Seoul, Paris, New York, and Gwangju, meeting inspiring street dancers along the way, read a statement. 'Hope On The Street Vol. 1' comprises six tracks and features collaborations with popular artists such as Yoon Mirae, Gaeko from Dynamic Duo, Jungkook, and Huh Yunjin from LE SSERAFIM. 'Hope On The Street' will be out on Prime Video on March 28. Episodes will be released weekly every Thursday and Friday. J-hope, who is currently serving in the military, was seen enjoying his time in the mandatory service earlier this month. A few pictures of the K-pop sensation doing the rounds on social media showed him bonding with his fellow soldiers. He is currently working as an instructor at the training battalion in Gangwon Province. J-hope is expected to complete his military service by October 2024.  BTS, also known as the Bangtan Boys, is a South Korean boy band formed in 2010. The band consists of Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V, and Jungkook.  Originally a hip-hop group, they expanded their musical style to incorporate a wide range of genres, while their lyrics have focused on subjects including mental health, the troubles of school-age youth and coming of age, loss, the journey towards self-love, individualism, and the consequences of fame and recognition.  (With inputs from Agencies)

28 March,2024 10:36 AM IST | Mumbai | mid-day online correspondent
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BTS: Hybe strikes 10-year-deal with Universal Music Group

K-pop superband BTS’ firm Hybe chairman Bang Si-Hyuk has struck a 10-year deal with Universal Music Group (UMG). As per Variety, it will grant access to UMG’s global network to artists and labels managed by Hybe. It will further collaborate with Hybe's platform Weverse, a one-stop destination for fans to connect with their favourite idols. It is an addition to the promotion activities under Scooter Braun, CEO of Hybe America, who is currently overseeing the North American belt.  Bang Si-Hyuk said in a statement, “A partnership of this magnitude only comes together when both sides are equally committed to continued growth. UMG is an iconic music company and together with Hybe, the potential is endless. We are certain that this will expand our global footprint while benefiting our fans, artists, and labels.” UMG’s chairman and CEO, Lucian Grainge stated, “Chairman Bang, Scooter Braun, and Park Jiwon have brought an innovative and progressive vision to the industry that underscores music’s global power. With the opportunities in engaging the superfan via their groundbreaking Weverse model, we’re thrilled to grow and expand our platform business collaboration as we evolve together leading the music industry’s evolution." Hybe, formerly known as Big Hit Entertainment, rose to fame with BTS - comprised of RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook. As of now, the boy band is fulfilling mandatory military service. All seven members of BTS will complete the same over the next couple of months and will reunite in 2025. The decision by BTS to enlist helped avert a sticky situation for South Korea's government. Military service is compulsory for all able-bodied males under 30 years old. The current system allows for some exceptions on the grounds of exceptional service to the country. Some top athletes and classical musicians have been excused on this basis, but pop artists have not. Military conscription is mandatory for up to 28 months minimum, though sometimes K-pop singers and K-drama actors are let off easier as they are mostly given duties related to sanitation, cooking, cleaning, engineering, or medical to avoid any facial damage.  (With inputs from Agencies)

27 March,2024 10:21 AM IST | Mumbai | mid-day online correspondent
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BIC Seven Awards 2024: Jungkook's solo track 'Seven' wins 'Song of the Year'

K-pop superband BTS member Jungkook's debut solo song, 'Seven' won the title of 'Song of the Year' at the '2024 BIC Seven Awards'. Jungkook's song beat 'Die For You' by Weeknd X Ariana Grande, 'Flowers' by Miley Cyrus, 'Rush' by Troye Sivan, 'What Was I Made For?' by Billie Eilish, and 'Water' by Tyla. The digital single, unveiled in 2023, ranked No. 1 on Spotify after being streamed nearly 16 million times. The agency, BigHit Music, said the feat made Jungkook the first Korean soloist to land a song atop Spotify's global chart. The record also made 'Seven' the most streamed song newly listed on Spotify's global top songs chart. The summer song, described as having an addictive and energizing melody, debuted at No. 1 on the iTunes charts in 106 countries, including the United States, Britain, Canada, Germany, and France. At home, the song also claimed the top spot on Melon, Genie, Bugs, and other major charts. BTS, also known as the Bangtan Boys, is a South Korean boy band formed in 2010. The band consists of Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V, and Jungkook.  Originally a hip-hop group, they expanded their musical style to incorporate a wide range of genres, while their lyrics have focused on subjects including mental health, the troubles of school-age youth and coming of age, loss, the journey towards self-love, individualism, and the consequences of fame and recognition.  Meanwhile, Jungkook is currently serving as a cook while in military service. It has been reported that Jungkook flaunted his culinary skills in the past by sharing his own recipes, including perilla oil makguksu, ramen porridge, bulgogi, and cup noodle fried rice, through Weverse and personal broadcasts. In an earlier statement, Jungkook had shared, "I'm leaving you for a while to serve in the military. As I share this news, I feel heavy on one hand, and on the other hand, I'm reminded of precious memories with ARMY, so my heart warms up. Every moment I've spent with you has been the brightest time of my life." The 'Standing Next to You' singer said he wouldn't ask his fans to "wait" until he can make music again but promised to get back to his chart career as soon as he can. He added, "Thank you so much for supporting my dream and walking with me silently. I'm careful to tell you to wait for me while I'm in the military a year and a half is a long time, so I can't say anything selfish." "I promise that I'll be back on stage with a more mature side where I always am," he continued. "I will miss you deeply in my heart as I wait for the day when we can meet again and share new stories. Please don't get sick, and stay healthy. I love you." (With inputs from IANS)

26 March,2024 03:28 PM IST | Mumbai | mid-day online correspondent
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