With each passing day, ARMY is missing BTS more, and the feeling is mutual.
Due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, dates for BTS’s MAP OF THE SOUL world tour have been postponed. The tour was originally scheduled to begin on April 11 in Seoul.
In response to this sad but necessary development, BTS’s members have expressed their feelings to fans through social media posts and live streams.
On April 16, Jungkook nearly broke Twitter (again) when he posted these bespeckled selfies, plus a song recommendation.
— 방탄소년단 (@BTS_twt) April 16, 2020
Early the next morning, Jungkook logged into Weverse just long enough to make ARMY burst into tears. He posted this photo of his members on the set of their “ON” MV that he likely took himself.
The caption says, “I want to perform at a concert. I miss you so much.”
Shortly after posting this, “I miss you so much” trended in Korea on Twitter.
Jungkook’s message is touching the hearts of ARMYs around the world. Although this separation is difficult, it is also temporary. As such, both BTS and ARMY are doing their best to think about the future instead of the present situation.
jungkook logged on weverse at 6 am and said he wanted to perform and that he misses us ..pls my heart is aching
— 𝐚𝐧𝐠𝐞𝐥𝐢𝐜𝐚⁷ (@ggukflter) April 16, 2020
Jungkook posted on Weverse that he miss doing concerts and seeing ARMYs. This just hit me so hard…I'm thinking i suppose to be seeing @BTS_twt next Saturday at Levi's stadium.😭😭😭
I will wait whenever they are ready.
I missed them so much!😭😭😭 pic.twitter.com/MQCn1f8gs0
— 💜BTS⁷_ ²⁰¹³ OT7💜MOTS:7 (@BKraykray) April 16, 2020
Not long after Jungkook posted his feelings on Weverse, RM went live on BangtanTV to talk to ARMY. He announced that BTS will begin sharing their lives with fans through weekly updates, to stay connected. A new BTS album is also in the works.