Jungkook is the youngest member of BTS.
He debuted as the vocalist of the all-male K-pop group when he was 15 years old. But, his training began years before, making him a part of the industry at a very young age.
Since the group’s official introduction before the public, the idols have remained active in performing, releasing, and promoting their productions.
In the last eight years, they have provided their fans and followers with numerous albums and tracks. In fact, they just finished their PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE concert outside South Korea.
Following the completion of the performance, Jungkook shared some of his thoughts with two of his co-members. Koreaboo reported that it had something to do with him feeling “older” these days.
Jungkook On Feeling Older These Days
It took place in the live broadcast BTS member V held for their fans. In the engagement between him and Jungkook, alongside Jimin, he asked whether they were starting to feel older than usual.
The “Golden Maknae” of the act revealed that he felt it during their live performance earlier. He explained that he now feels older in terms of his physical strength and endurance.
He shared that no matter how tired he was in the past, his “muscles could keep up,” adding that he would even feel “sprightly.” But, gone are those days as he now can’t exert himself like he used to do.
Jungkook stated that it happens no matter how hard he tries. So, he now feels like “a lot of time has passed.”
In the end, the BTS member added that he might switch up his style, as well, considering that he no longer feels like his old self. But, whatever he decides, he said that he knows “ARMY will be here for it.”
BTS Takes A Break To Recharge
Days after the live engagement, Big Hit Music released a statement. It said that the seven K-pop idols are planning to have an “official extended period of rest” following a heavy 2020 and 2021 workload.
The managing label continued that the break will provide BTS “a chance to get re-inspired and recharge with creative energy.” Moreover, it is said that the period of rest will mark the first time for the members since 2013 to spend the holidays with their respective families.