BTS’ Jungkook recently set ARMY’s hearts aflutter by changing his TikTok username to a cryptic combination of letters on October 18, 2023. Initially baffling fans, they quickly deciphered the hidden meaning behind his unique choice. Upon closer examination, they realized that Jungkook had cleverly incorporated the English alphabet from A to Z, which forms parts of the words “BTS,” “ARMY,” and “JK.” The rest of the letters were thoughtfully replaced with hyphens, and the discovery left fans both amused and appreciative of his creativity and wit.
Jungkook’s Highly-Anticipated Solo Album “GOLDEN”
Jungkook username handles:
-안녕하세요전정국입니다반갑습니다30자채우려고이렇게길게적어 (HelloI'mJeonJungKookNicetomeetyouIwroteitthislongtofillin30letter)… pic.twitter.com/rXj7CNuMCi
— Carolyne🌱⁷ ʲᵏ ʰᵒᵖᵉ ᵛᵉʳ (ꪜ)🃏🧑🚀💙🪞🦋🥢🪐🎬✌️ (@mhereonlyforbts) October 18, 2023
The excitement around JK’s solo career continues to build as he readies himself to release his much-anticipated first solo album, “GOLDEN,” set to drop on November 3, 2023. The revealed tracklist from October 16, 2023, hinted at an album filled with exciting collaborations with global music sensations.
Among the standout collaborations, the second track, “Closer to You,” features the Jamaican-American DJ trio Major Lazer, while track number six, “Please Don’t Change,” showcases the talents of DJ Snake. Jungkook’s all-English album also includes his previous chart-topping singles, “Seven” and “3D.”
Star-Studded Collaborations for “Golden”
The album “GOLDEN” carries the creative imprints of renowned artists, with Ed Sheeran and Shawn Mendes contributing to the production. They are credited for the songs “Yes or No” and “Hate You,” respectively. The title track, “Standing Next To You,” is set to be a chart-topping hit, while other tracks like “Shot Glass of Tears,” “Somebody,” and “Too Sad To Dance” promise to provide an emotional and musical journey for listeners.
The Golden Maknae Takes the Stage in Seoul
Adding to the excitement, Jungkook is scheduled to hold his very first solo concert, “GOLDEN Live On Stage,” in Seoul on November 20, 2023. Fans worldwide can join in the experience as the concert will be live-streamed, allowing a global audience to enjoy the much-anticipated event.