Even though he was in front of the cameras, the idol received a call during a break, and when asked who was calling about him, he simply replied that it was his girlfriend, a girl he had met and thought was very attractive and kind.
The young woman’s identity, which is nothing more or less than her own ARMY, is what, however, caught the attention of the fans the most.
The Idol claims that the BTS fandom has been his “girlfriend” for the entire time and claims that he refrained from introducing her out of jealousy after his groupmate V made a joke about him and attempted to attract the fictitious girl’s attention.
BTS fans were astounded by Jimin’s comments because they serve as tangible evidence of his gratitude and love for the ARMY’s support of the group.
As “With You” becomes the most-streamed Korean OST of 2022 on YouTube and Spotify, Jimin dominates Twitter trends
Jimin and Sungwoon’s “With You” has not slowed down and continues to reach impressive new milestones on major global music streaming platforms, the latest being on YouTube. Jimin and Sungwoon’s “With You” has already recorded numerous achievements on various music buying, streaming, and discovery platforms right from its day of release. As of November 12, the OST has received over 30 million plays on YouTube, ƅreaking a previous record and becoming the most watched Korean OST of 2022.
Fans usually rejoice when one of Jimin’s songs achieves success on various music platforms or charts because they are so proud of the great and consistently inspiring music he consistently produces. On this occasion, they congratulated him and expressed their pride in him, which resulted in various keywords—including HIT MAKER JIMIN, PROUD OF YOU JIMIN, and the hashtag #WithYou30MYouTube—becoming Һot topics on Twitter.
Just one day prior to this significant accomplishment, “With You” had surpassed 43.1 million streams on Melon, the biggest and most well-liked music streaming and download service in South Korea. As a result, the song became the BTS member’s OST that reached this milestone on the platform the quickest, and it currently holds the second-most streams of any BTS member’s OST in the platform’s history.
Prior to recently, “With You” had achieved the same feat on Spotify, the biggest and most well-known music streaming service worldwide. As a result, it is now the Korean OST that has received the most streams globally on Spotify and Youtube.
The song has over 167 million Spotify streams as of November 12, making it the fastest Korean OST to accomplish this feat to date.
In the meantime, “With You” is still the only song of 2022 to score 119 iTunes #1s and the first and only song in the history of the iTunes charts to score an all-kill.