BTS Jimin's Lunar New Year Message to Fans

Jimin connects with fans during BTS' military service.

by Nouman Rasool
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BTS Jimin's Lunar New Year Message to Fans
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BTS member Jimin has touched the hearts of the global fanbase this Lunar New Year with a sweet message. The South Korean singer and songwriter brought his best birthday wishes to fan platform Weverse on Saturday, February 10, in a move that has greatly touched BTS' fan army.

Since then, Jimin and other band members, including Jungkook and the rest of BTS, have been less visible in the public eye for most of their mandatory military service. This interaction, however, brings a breath of fresh air to the band and its loyal fanbase.

In his message, Jimin wished for the fans to have a great, healthy new year. He said, "It's ARMY's Lunar New Year! Everyone, happy Lunar New Year and be healthy! This year, don't fall sick; live full of happiness."

Jimin's Reassuring Update

Furthermore, Jimin reassured fans about his and Jungkook's well-being, encouraging them not to worry excessively.

"Jungkook and I are doing fine, so don't worry too much. I'll come back again! Eat a lot of delicious food and don't diet today," he said. His warm and caring words filled with warmth and care, igniting among the BTS Army a wave of excitement and hope.

Jimin's heartfelt message extended far beyond a mere festive greeting; it served as a beacon of hope and reassurance to fans globally during a period marked by the band's absence due to military commitments. His thoughtful words, shared on the global platform to celebrate the Lunar New Year, held a deeper significance for the dedicated fanbase.

Eager for any news from the members during their military service, fans found solace and joy in Jimin's update. This interaction was particularly poignant, symbolizing not just the Lunar New Year, but also a cherished moment of connection amidst the long wait for BTS's eventual return to the music scene.

Both Jimin and Jungkook finished their five-week basic training with the Army's 5th Infantry Division on January 17, KST. Still, they are in service, giving their best as soldiers, and waiting patiently for their returning into music.

This Lunar New Year greeting from Jimin is not only a greeting but is also a declaration of the immutable bond between BTS and Army, constantly growing despite distances and duties.

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