BTS’ Jin all set to collaborate with a mystery partner for his solo music; Details inside

BTS' Jin
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BTS member Jin, whose real name is Kim Seok-Jin, is all set to release his solo music, as announced recently and the Army is already excited about it! According to a report published by Variety, the announcement was made by the eldest member of the BTS during the Yet to Come concert in Korea on Saturday. He reportedly confirmed the same and said, “It’s not a huge album or anything, it’s just a single. I’ve filmed a lot different things recently, and there’s still a lot left to film, so I hope you’ll enjoy all of it.”


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Solo details

Though further details about Jin’s solo project have not been revealed, he confirms that he is collaborating with someone that he’d like from the first. Well, for now, everyone is excited to know more about the mystery collaborator! The upcoming collaboration is supposed to be Jin’s first-ever solo release since the Bangtan Boys announced that its seven members taking a hiatus earlier this June.


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The concert

BTS’ Yet to Come concert in Busan was a huge hit which live-streamed online and received approximately 49 million views in support of the South Korean city’s bid to host the World Expo 2030, say reports. The Septet also reassured the crowd about their looming break, wherein J-Hope said, “I think we’re in a phase where we need your trust.” The group’s leader, RM, also said, “All seven members have the same thoughts right now. We will continue to make and perform music if you give us your trust.”

Talking about Jin, he is the second member of BTS after J-Hope to release solo music after the boy band announced that it would take a break to focus on individual careers.

More details

BTS performed at the global concert as a part of the member’s duties as brand ambassadors of the Busan World Expo 2030. The people also attended a live broadcast called the LIVE PLAY at the Busan Port International Passenger Terminal Outdoor Parking Lot. Moreover, the concert was live-streamed on the following platforms – Naver Now, Zepeto, and Weverse.

The K-pop sensation Bangtan Boys headlined the free in-person concert on October 15, 2022, to support South Korea’s bid to host the World Trade Expo 2030 in Busan. For the unversed, the free-of-charge concert was held in Busan’a Ilgwang special stage at 6 pm KST.