Seoul [South Korea]: K-Pop gathering BTS on Tuesday declared that the gathering are going on ‘hiatus’ to focus on their individual careers with a line-up of solo tasks for the K-Pop superstars.
This declaration came during BTS’ Festa dinner, which is essential for a yearly festival of their establishing. The gathering definite their speculative designs for solo ventures and clarified for fans that they ‘need the time to take an extended break,’ as per Variety. The gathering comprising of RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook, has denoted their ninth commemoration as a band.
In the one-hour Festa video, the individuals think back on their fruitful excursion together prior to examining plans for their solo performance projects.
RM said while they’ve accomplished tremendous feats as a band, “the members still need to develop and mature as individual people and artists.”
“I think we should spend some time apart to learn how to be one again. I hope you don’t see this as a negative thing, and see it as a healthy plan. I think BTS will become stronger that way,” added J-Hope.
According to Variety, the band proceeded to say that the choice was not a simple one to make and communicated their misery for possibly frustrating their ‘BTS Army.’
“We can’t help but think of our fans no matter what, we want to be the kind of artists that are remembered by our fans. I think now we’re starting to think about what kind of artists we each want to be remembered as,” Jimin said. In an attempt to soften the conversation, Suga optimistically went on to say, “It’s not like we’re disbanding!”
As per the gathering individuals, J-Hope and Suga’s performance plans are in progress, both of whom have delivered their solo mixtapes in earlier years. Jungkook likewise shared that he will be delivering an independent collection.
Albeit the gathering has not uncovered a performance discharge plan yet, J-Hope’s affirmation of the new venture integrates with his forthcoming exhibition as the primary Korean artist to appear on Lollapalooza’s main stage, or particularly any major American music festival.