BTS promised that their best is what comes next. Here’s what they delivered.
Less than a month since they first announced their hiatus in June, each of the BTS members are coming out with individual projects and promotions.
“We’ve talked among ourselves several times, and we believe it’s good to take some time apart,” J-Hope previously said during the boy group’s break announcement.
Here are all the solo activities of the BTS members so far.
The leader recently joined Art Basel to record an episode of their podcast.
While discussing their hiatus, Jin mentioned his dream of becoming an actor.
“The reason I wanted to become an actor is because I would learn and experience lots of different things depending on the roles I get,” Jin said.
However, the oldest member needs to comply with the mandatory enlistment deadline by the end of 2022.
Suga, meanwhile, is focused on vibing.
“I’m trying to pursue my own happiness these days,” the rapper said. “Whether that’s playing games, working on music, or just resting, I just love that we get to do those things freely now.”
J-Hope has released his 1st single “More” from his upcoming solo album, Jack In the Box.
He will also headline the Lollapalooza festival on July 31.
Jimin is working on his solo album.
“It’s different when you’re writing your own music. After all, I want my music to tell a message to our fans,” Jimin said.
V flew to France for the latest Paris Fashion Week with Park Bo-gum and Blackpink’s Lisa.
He attended the Celine menswear show scheduled on the last day.
The youngest member featured on Charlie Puth’s “Left and Right.”
According to Billboard, the collaboration launched at No. 2 on the Global Excl. US and at No. 5 on the Global 200.
This means it ties for the highest-charting solo hit for a BTS member on both surveys and becomes the highest-charting solo hit for a BTS member in a lead role.
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