Jungkook, the youngest member of BTS, has been one of the most trending topics in recent months since he released his first solo projects, for which he has been having many interviews promoting them and sharing many of his future plans.
In conversations with the American radio program ‘103.5 KISSFM‘, the Golden Maknae of BTS shares some of his goals for his solo career in the future and what he wants to do with his music.
“Actually, it might seem like a paradox“, the idol said.
“Because I understand that it’s important to express my own different color, but I also want to be able to have different colors“, he added.
“Different genres, styles, lyrics, voices… I really want to explore them all. I want to know how far I can go and test my limits“, he continued.
This has caught the attention of many of his fans, who have been excited and wondering about the next steps of the idol and the challenges he wants to face to find his solo voice in the music industry.
Jungkook’s interview with Radio 103.5 KISSFM
Q: do you have any personal goals as an artist?
🐰actually it might sound like a paradox. because i do understand thats is important to exude my own distinct colors but i also want to be able to have various different colors pic.twitter.com/8i1YsuVqjY
— Kook Updates ³ᴰ (@UPDATEJJK_) September 16, 2023
The BTS member also talked about his new cooking hobbie and how it started, saying “I used to watch a lot of cooking videos online, and i found so many dishes i wanted to try. I tried the recipes and it naturally became my hobby“.
On the other hand, due to the week ending on October 14th, the idol’s new solo song ‘3D‘ ft. Jack Harlow debuted at No. 5 on the Hot 100, and previously, the single ‘SEVEN‘ ft. Latto debuted at No. 1 on this chart in July. This has become Jungkook the 1st Korean Soloist to Debut Multiple Songs in Top 5 Of Billboard Hot 100.
Listen to the most recent BTS’ Jungkook solo song titled ‘3D’ ft. Jack Harlow below:
What do you think about the idol’s plan for his career and the new things he wants to try?