BTS is doing their best to make sure ARMYs don’t feel the void left by Jin. Another clip has been shared. The video was filmed earlier his departure for military service.
In the video, Jin said, “Hello everyone, this is Jin from BTS. By the time the video is released, I will no longer be a civilian. But I will be in front of the camera. Even if you just leave a message, I want to share these videos with you whenever possible,” he explained, explaining that he was in the middle of filming the variety show “Running Man.” I may not be by your side but if you just wait a minute I’ll be right back looking for you I’ll be right back I’ll be back that’s all for today next time when I have time share a video of. That’s all for now.”
A photo of Jin from the camp has gone viral, with many frustrated with what they called an invasion of his privacy. requested not to flood gifts and cards. The statement said, “Jin is stationed with regular military personnel at a training center specially designated for military training. When a large number of prizes and fans arrive at the center all at once, they are difficult to store and easy to lose. Please refrain from sending it by email, Big Hit will allow Jin to personally see the kind and warm message he left on Weverse using the hashtag #DearJinfromARMY. We support.”
ARMYs are somewhat comforted by the fact that Jin was able to call J-Hope before his performance in New York, as the rapper revealed on Vlive. reassured his fans that he was fine and healthy, and told them there was nothing to worry about.