On “No Prepare,” BTS’s Jin answers the envious ARMY’s claim that he touched Lee Young Ji’s hand. Check out the details right now!
In response to ARMY’s envious remarks, BTS’s Jin said that during the song “No Prepare,” he stroked Lee Young Ji’s hand.
On the most recent episode of the web series “No Prepare,” Jin appeared as a guest with the host Lee Young Ji, and in keeping with the premise of the program, the two engaged in a card-drinking game. As a result of the two players’ inebriation, the game was chaotic, and Jin and Lee Young Ji occasionally touched hands.
Fans expressed their enviousness at the exchanges between Lee Young Ji and Jin by responding, “Kim Seokjin… I’m crying,” sharing the lyrics to Justin Bieber’s song “That Should Be Me,” and more.
Jin continued to explain on Weverse: “I struck her hand. You may also say that I slammed my hand to the ground. I let go of them.”
If you missed it, you can view the “No Prepare” episode with Jin here.
Kim Seok-jin, also referred to professionally as Jin and born on December 4, 1992, is a South Korean singer, composer, and a member of the boy band BTS. Kim has collaborated with BTS on three solo songs, “Awake,” “Epiphany,” and “Moon,” all of which have achieved success on the Gaon Digital Chart in South Korea. Kim’s debut independent song, the digital single “Tonight,” was published in 2019. Alongside bandmate V, he also made an appearance on the 2016 soundtrack for Hwarang: The Poet Warrior Youth. The Astronaut, Kim’s first single, will be released in 2022. Kim’s falsetto and emotional range as a singer have garnered favorable reviews.
In addition to singing, Kim hosted a number of South Korean music shows from 2016 to 2018. Together with his bandmates, he received the fifth-class Hwagwan Order of Cultural Merit from the President of South Korea in 2018 for their contributions to Korean culture.
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