BTS has still been on top since appearing at the 76th United Nations General Assembly, but what they really look forward to is seeing fans again in person, reports Billboard.
Over the weekend, the K-pop supergroup sat down on “Good Morning America” alongside South Korean President Moon Jae-in to reflect on their landmark performance of “Permission to Dance” at the UNGA, discuss their tour plans and thoughts on COVID-19.
“Since BTS represents the younger generation and many people identify with them, I think they can spread awareness and empathy,” President Moon said, days after revealing that BTS had been appointed. President’s special envoy for future generations and culture “at the United Nations conference.
Taking advantage of their platform, global superstars shared on GMA how they miss playing live for fans and the importance of getting the COVID-19 shot so they can hit the road for fun again soon. .
“What we want to do most after the pandemic is a concert, so as keen as we are to play, we also hope that the situation will improve quickly, that many people will be vaccinated and that we it will be possible to have a concert safely. ”said J-Hope.
“It’s what the fans want and what we want. It would be great if we could live in a world where people can talk to each other face to face and hug each other again. “
Jin has revealed that he sympathizes with those who are afraid of getting the COVID-19 vaccine, but believes that “if we are afraid of the past, we will not be able to progress.”
Suga echoed the sentiment and added that the group was feeling depressed because of their canceled events and the isolation from COVID-19, “If not only us, but everyone in the world comes together to overcome it, we can get out of this isolation and depression a little faster.
V said the hardest part of the pandemic for him was being separated from BTS Army (fans). “Most important of all are our fans, who trust us, support us and embrace all of us,” he said.
“It’s been almost a year and a half, two years since I had real eye contact with the ARMYs. Since I don’t see [them] in person, I sometimes wonder if they really exist. “Do they exist? Are they still there? I wonder. So that’s what I miss the most.
BTS revealed during their address to the United Nations General Assembly on Monday that each of them had been vaccinated. “All seven of us, of course, were vaccinated,” J-Hope said at the time.
“The vaccine was kind of a ticket to meet our fans who were waiting for us and to be able to stand here in front of you today.”
BTS, also known as Bangtan Boys, is a seven-member South Korean boy group that was formed in 2010 and debuted in 2013 under Big Hit Entertainment.
The Septet – comprised of Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V, and Jungkook – co-wrote and co-produced much of their own production.
Originally a hip-hop group, their musical style has evolved to include a wide range of genres.
Their lyrics, often focused on personal and social commentary, address themes of mental health, issues of school-age youth and adulthood, loss, the journey to self-love and love. individualism.