Will Run BTS go on a hiatus again?

Will Run BTS go on a hiatus again?
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Run BTS is a web series featuring the South Korean boy band BTS. It is broadcasted weekly for free on V Live since 2015 and Weverse since 2020. The series shows the band members playing games or participating in a plethora of activities that involve them taking up challenges and completing them, along with carrying out secret missions.

The show boasts three seasons with 156 episodes in total, with new episodes airing every Tuesday. Ever since its 10-month-long hiatus, the return of Run BTS was accepted with great excitement and exhilaration. However, it took no time for this excitement to plummet when the latest episode of Run BTS was not released last Tuesday, and the case seems to be the same this Tuesday, too. ARMY was highly disappointed when they did not get the weekly dose of BTS happiness.

What does ARMY have to say on this?

Normally, Weverse or VLive would post a teaser image and the title of the Run BTS episode hours before the episode is uploaded. However, last time, there was no teaser image or title. The episode, too, followed suit. The lack of updates left the ARMY “clueless”. Given the history of Run BTS’ hiatus, fans across the globe are wondering whether the fan-favorite show will go on a hiatus again.

If Run BTS stops again, it will be very sad for the ARMY since they have been waiting for so long to see their idols – RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, Taehyung, and Jungkook on screen, being their authentic selves. You can check out their Twitter reactions below:

 

Run BTS: Everything you need to know about this show

As mentioned earlier, Run BTS is a South Korean show that features the boy band BTS where they can be seen playing telepathic games and doing other activities. The purpose of this show is to let the fans know their idols better since they see them in their original and authentic selves.

Run BTS episodes are released on Weverse and VLive at 9 pm KST and are eventually released on YouTube starting at 11 pm KST.

On August 1, 2015, Run BTS released its first episode. So far, the variety show has been successful in garnering 156 episodes. Before the 10-month long hiatus that the South Korean septet had to take owing to their busy schedule involving concerts, the Proof album release, and their break from group activities, the last episode aired on October 12, 2021.

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