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Jimin of BTS pens a heartfelt letter of New Year's greetings to the ARMY; Jungkook and J-Hope also chime in
As they welcome 2023, the members of BTS have expressed deep appreciation to their devoted fanbase. Despite Jimin's lengthy letter, Jungkook made a rare post. They all got responses from J-Hope.
Members Jimin, V, and Jungkook of BTS have posted well-wishes to the Reverse community of BTS fans known as the BTS ARMY. Jimin, whose real name is Park Jimin, has written a lengthy letter detailing his many commitments for the year 2022. During his concerts, he would see his fans doing the "army bombs" dance and singing along with him.
Jimin mentioned that he has been meeting with composers and working hard on his music. I just want us to go to a place where everyone is and sing, where we can hear you all singing together with us while waving your army bombs and see you all smiling. This is something I have a constant yearning for. The fact that we weren't able to spend as much time together as we both would have liked is probably a big part of why I feel this way.
Unlike in previous years, I find it difficult to articulate precisely what I want to say. Just know that I'm sorry for worrying you, for keeping you waiting, and for feeling bad about it, and that I appreciate you, miss you, and hope to improve myself in the coming year in order to be a better person for you. Have an excellent start to the New Year! Stay safe and healthy, and enjoy the holiday season and the coming year. I love you, even more, he said.