BTS want to perform for as long as they can (Picture: GC Images)BTS touched on what they look forward to doing in the future, and it involves staying healthy so that they can spend time with their fans.
The K-Pop band are in London for two sold-out nights in London
And all seven singers – RM, J-Hope, Suga, Jin, Jimin, Jungkook and V – spoke to Metro.co.uk and other press ahead of their first show on 1 June at Wembley Stadium.
The stars were pretty chuffed to be back in the capital as part of their Love Yourself: Speak Yourself tour.
It comes after the group took to the stage during the live semi-final week at Britain’s Got Talent with their comeback single Boy With Luv.
And now Jimin and Jin have revealed what their goals are, and we think it will make a lot of Army members very happy.
Speaking at the event Jimin said: ‘Rather than focus on records what I felt was from our Love Yourself tour we had a series of performances and I thought, how long we can go on doing this but I want to perform with the members and fans as long as I can.
Jin is such a soul (Picture: Big Hit)‘For as long as I can. I would like to do what I’m doing. That’s my goal.’
Honestly, us too.
Meanwhile, Jin has expressed concern for those in the Army that can’t make it to their concerts because of sold-tickets.
His answers to that? To stay healthy so they can perform for a really long time.
‘We have a limited number of people who can come to our shows and I want to try to invite as many as we can and have it go out to more people,’ Jin said.
Jimin wants all fans to get a chance to see them live (Pictures: Getty Images)‘We are trying to stay healthy as much as we can. The healthier we are the longer we can spend with fans.
‘We will have fan meetings in Korea in Busan and Seoul and there are a lot of Army waiting for us so we will put on a good stage for them.’
Their words come after it was revealed BTS are blessing us with another new single, Lights.
It marks their first Japanese single in four years, and we are already obsessed with it.
The song ‘conveys the message of hope that one can connect with the others through sounds and see each other’s lights whenever they close their eyes’.
There are three different limited edition versions of the single up for grabs, with one coming with a DVD of the music video – and IDOL.
The limited edition DVD version B includes the making of both the music video of Lights, while C has a 36-page photo booklet with exclusive pictures.
And, on top of all that, they are also dropping a Japanese version of Boy With Luv and IDOL.
We cannot wait.
Lights is released on 3 July.
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