BTS’ Jungkook gets a shoutout from the Crown Prince of Jordan; Here’s why

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BTS member Jungkook brought beaming smiles to the fans’ faces as he performed on ‘Dreamers’ at the recently held FIFA World Cup opening ceremony 2022. Not only that but the video song for the same has also garnered a massive response from music lovers across the world. Now, once again, the Army is over the moon as JK has recently received a shoutout from the Crown Prince of Jordan, Hussein Bin Abdullah.

Talking about the Crown Prince, he shared a glimpse of FIFA’s opening ceremony when the BTS member was performing on stage. There is no denying that the Army is proud of Kookie’s achievements and further expressed excitement over the Jordan prince giving the singer a huge shoutout on social media.

Left and Right

Earlier this year, Jungkook collaborated with Charlie Puth for the song ‘Left and Right’ that also won the hearts of the music lovers in no time. For the unversed, the duo dropped the single on June 24, 2022, and there is no denying that we loved every minute of it! The best part about the song is that it comes with a kind of 80s feel to keep you tapping your foot the entire time you listen to it. Moreover, the sweet lyrics of the track are sure to make you feel like falling in love again!

Official video

The official MV of ‘Left and Right’ includes chaotic yet simple scenes that bring about a laughter riot for all the viewers. The cute outfits of Jungkook and Charlie Puth sync well with the bright set that also adds a nice feel to the song. There is no denying that both singers make great pair as they sing their hearts out and enjoy each moment in the MV. From what we can figure out is that both of them were having fun with the entire concept, sets, and of course, the song!

Charlie Puth - Left And Right (feat. Jung Kook of BTS) [Official Video]

BTS military enlistment

A few weeks ago, BigHit Music, the agency associated with BTS confirmed that the band members will be enlisting themselves for mandatory military service. It will start with the eldest member, Jin, who is all set for his military enlistment in December.