BTS’ Jungkook Shares Emotional Message After Band’s Concert In Seoul, ARMY Left Teary-Eyed: 'Actually Feels 23-Years'

Jungkook expressed his concerns with new concert rules which prohibited fans from singing, yelling, screaming, or standing up and dancing

8280 Reads |  

BTS’ Jungkook Shares Emotional Message After Band’s Concert In Seoul, ARMY Left Teary-Eyed: 'Actually Feels 23-Years'
BTS members who are known to be avid social media users were recently seen speaking to their fans on Instagram. 

RM aka Kim Namjoon revealed his raid for chocolate pokemon bread was unsuccessful, while Jung Hoseok/J-Hope posted photos from the show. The singer expressed his concerns with new concert rules which prohibited fans from singing, yelling, screaming, or standing up and dancing. 


To cheer on the boys, everyone had to use a clapper. BTS members talked about how strange it felt to perform in front of an audience without the loud shouting voices that gave them an adrenaline boost. On Instagram, Jungkook shared an eight-minute video.

He said that despite the fact that they are now playing in front of ARMY after 2.5-years and the wait felt like 23-years. 

It felt like Jeon Jungkook was returning home, he remarked. It was difficult, according to Jungkook, because supporters were in front of us yet they couldn't hear their voices. He claimed that they had performed without an audience before, but that this was far more difficult. Jungkook stated that he gave it his all to make them happy.






On the first day of ‘Permission To Dance’ in Seoul, BTS gave their fans a fantastic set of the lineup. ‘ON’, ‘Fire’, ‘Dope’, ‘Idol’, ‘Dynamite’, ‘Butter’, ‘Stay’, ‘Home’, ‘So What’, ‘Disease’, ‘Baepsae’, ‘Permission To Dance’, ‘Telepathy’, and other songs featured the boys. 

With over 1.6 million tweets, Jungkook became a global trending topic.

Image Source: Instagram