BTS has become the blueprint of the Kpop scene because of their amazing work of art with their albums, and music videos. Their influence and artistry go beyond the music field as their fans, better known as ARMY have been touched by their music, this particular reason makes even sadder BTS’ Jimin and J-Hope’s conversation in their upcoming documentary.
A new clip from BTS’ documentary, “BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star,” became viral because of the melancholy atmosphere. Some ARMY stated they felt completely heartbroken after the boys reflected on the past, particularly about their Permission To Dance shows.
In one of the episodes, Jimin and J-Hope were sitting down in the car after a successful show, as they were driving, Jimin couldn’t help but ask when they were going to perform again. J-Hope’s emotional answer left the members of the band speechless as he said he wished he knew.
Then, Jimin explained the worst-case scenario for all of them was to perform three years later. Despite the realistic situation, J-Hope wanted to keep his spirits up and have a positive mentality. However, Jimin continued saying they were going to be back in Korea and they were going to enlist in the military, so they were going to come back someday, like in three years.
The emotional conversation had ARMY over the cliff because BTS was anticipating the worst-case scenarios about their musical careers. This new clip was released as all of the BTS members were enlisted, so made the emotions even more real for ARMY.
this conversation between hobi and jimin just broke me 🙁
— bts lover ⁷ (@itsbtszone) January 3, 2024