BTS pens a heartfelt open letter to the ARMY, says ‘Hope is everywhere,keep going’

BTS shares with the world the feelings of disappointment, loss, and void while understanding the difficulties even if they cannot fathom their depth.

BTS has truly been a silver lining to the gloomy year for BTS ARMY. Even though the members had a hard time getting accustomed to a world with the COVID-19 pandemic but that didn’t stop the septet from making music and entertaining their fans, giving them a distraction from the harsh reality. BTS have even opened up in the recent past about how angered, frustrated and helpless they feel of not being able to meet ARMY with the cancellation of the Map of the Soul Tour and as a gift, the boys released Dynamite to spread happiness and joy to the quarantined world.

The septet penned an emotional open letter to British Vogue dedicated to the cult. Their letter began with an explanation of how we all grew up with stories all around and how they have instilled values within us as well as shaping the way we perceive the world. Noting that the world isn’t too perfect right now with times being hard and fast-changing, BTS confessed how they too are disheartened and upset over there being no tours.

They were yearning to perform Map of the Soul: 7’s lead single ON live on stage with ARMY’s loud cheers enthusing energy to them but unfortunately it did not happen. BTS shares with the world the feelings of disappointment, loss, and void while understanding the difficulties even if they cannot fathom their depth. “Regardless, we stand with you,” the septet penned. Talking about their own story which is music, BTS find themselves deeply fortunate with the love they have and still do receive, finding it a surreal feeling. The septet, who has grown to become so much than they imagined, is thankful as more and more people sing and dance to their music and are aware that many people are influenced and inspired by their words and messages.

“We, BTS, are just seven young men growing and learning like everyone else in the world, but we wish to tell you: hope is everywhere — keep going,” BTS added to British Vogue. The septet also wrote about how they are able to reach out to ARMY through Bang Bang Con: The Live, working on their new music album.

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