BTS’s Jungkook exudes a cool look in unseen viral footage video of FIFA World Cup 2022

At the Al Bayt Stadium, the South Korean singer performed the song “Dreamers” alongside the Qatari singer Fahad Al-Kubaisi, which resulted in the audience clapping and cheering enthusiastically for him. Since then, the song has continued to shatter records, just like his dance moves and voice did when they were first performed. It has now surpassed Shakira’s “Waka Waka” to become the most-used audio clip associated with the FIFA World Cup on Instagram. The stage antics that Jungkook pulled off left the BTS Army drooling, and they still are.

In the midst of this, the official Twitter account for the FIFA World Cup uploaded previously unseen video of Jungkook performing with the Dreamers. After they have just finished hugging each other at the beginning of the video, JK and Fahad can be seen making their way to the stage. It provides additional evidence of the Kpop idol’s impressive performance at the ceremony. Watch the video by clicking here:

An additional video from the event shows Jungkook and Fahad sharing a meaningful embrace after the performance. The moment is captured on camera as it occurred during the ceremony. The composure on their faces betrays the pride that they feel for what they have accomplished. One of the members of BTS, JK, can be seen in another video strutting confidently down the stage after his performance and waving to the audience.

On the other hand, a video from before the performance that shows Jungkook thinking about and practicing his dance moves as he makes his way to the stage is also going viral. This video was taken before the performance.

After the opening ceremony of the FIFA World Cup 2022, the official music video for Dreamers, featuring Jungkook and Fahad, was made public. JK can be seen dancing on skyscrapers and moving through the streets of Qatar in the video. The music video features a whale shark as well, which is very significant to Qatar and the BTS fanbase.

In related news, BTS supporters in India recently shared a video of Jungkook dancing to the Brahmastra song Kesariya by Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor. But there was a catch. JK’s scenes from the Dreamers video were synced with the Kesariya song by fans, making it appear as though the singer was dancing to the well-known Bollywood song.

“I know there’s no sync but the vibe matched so much with the song,” the caption that accompanied the video said.

As soon as the video went viral, the BTS army flocked to the comment section to react to it. One user even asked if Jungkook is ready for his Bollywood debut.

BTS: Jin is about to enlist in the most dangerous location as RM releases a new album

According to the band BTS’ management company, the lead track on leader RM’s debut solo album will be a song called “Wild Flower Play.”

This weekend, the rapper will release his album “Indigo.”

He will make his solo music debut as the third member of BTS.

The rapper’s desire to live like a tranquil wildflower rather than a flame that flares up and then extinguishes quickly is conveyed in “Wild Flower Play,” according to Big Hit Music.

Seo Taiji, the band’s keyboardist, and Cho Yu Jin, the lead singer of K-pop acts like Cheery Filter and DOCSKIM, respectively, joined as the song’s collaborator and producer. segment.

The concept art for RM’s new album featured RM. (Image: IT.)

“Indigo” will have a total of 10 tracks, including “Wild Flower Play,” with the side tracks “Still Life,” “All Day,” and “Closer.”

Erykah Badu, Anderson Paak, Tablo of Epik High, and British singer-songwriter Mahalia are also among the musicians on the album.

All of the songs on the album are listed as being co-written by RM.

“RM has achieved many achievements beyond the boundaries of music and art. He brings true emotions, worries and other thoughts in ‘Indigo’, because RM always wants to tell the story frankly. their stories through individual works”, the management company said.

The first member of BTS to join the military is Jin

The oldest member of the BTS band, Jin, is 29 years old and will start his mandatory military service on December 13.

He signed up first among the group.

All Korean men under the age of 30 who are in good health are required to serve in the military for two years or so.

For Jin, the age cap is drawing near.

Before being assigned to a “frontline unit,” he will start a five-week mandatory training program in Yeoncheon, Gyeonggi Province.

On social media, the male singer had previously made a suggestion that he had been put in charge of the front lines.

The news deeply affected the fans, and some even expressed worry for Jin’s safety.

Jin will enlist in the army on December 13. (Photo: IT).

“My heart sank when I read the news that he would be drafted into the army,” one fan tweeted, adding, “The news of BTS enlisting never really worried me until now. Why the front line? Why?”

Another fan said: “I don’t think they’re sending him to such a scary place.”

According to reports, BTS has contributed billions of dollars to the Korean economy, and despite challenges due to Covid-19, their record label has seen profits soar. The band members will begin their required military service with Jin, their agency announced last month.

BTS could be permitted to continue performing and preparing for international concerts even while enlisting in the military, according to Seoul’s defense minister in August.