BTS Jungkook Worries Fans After Turning Emotional, Crying and Saying Goodbye in Live Broadcast

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Credit: M2/YouTube Screenshot

BTS Jungkook made fans worried after turning emotional and shedding some tears in his recent Weverse live streaming on Tuesday, March 14. At one point, he even said goodbye, making his followers more concerned.

Jungkook talked to fans while drinking in his live broadcast. By the looks of it, he only had a lot of gratitude for his followers, which probably made him emotional.

Jungkook Thinking of Fans

The 25-year-old revealed he didn't know why his fans were the first to come to mind whenever he would drink.

"There are a lot of times I turn on live streaming when I drink because I think about you guys," he confessed via AllKpop.

"You guys mean a lot to me. I believe you mean a lot," he continued. "I feel happy and comfortable doing live broadcasts. I feel like this is me. I also think I feel more comfortable being in front of you guys than being in front of my acquaintance."

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The BTS member then got candid, reiterating he couldn't be number one for his fans or even their priority.

"If you guys have something to do, or you have to go to sleep early, or you have something important tomorrow [then go do those]," he added. "I am thankful that you guys support me and cheer for me. But your own lives have to be the priority. I said this many times."

Jungkook Turning Emotional

At the time, Jungkook held four live broadcast sessions and changed his outfit each time.

On his last broadcast, he turned emotional and cried as he expressed his gratitude to his fans.

"Be happy. Please be happy. Be happy even if we're not here. I came to say bye," he stated.

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From there, fans started to get worried and gave words of encouragement to their idol.

For starters, BTS is currently on a hiatus after announcing they would be taking a break from doing group activities last year.

Despite that, they remain active in the business, with each member focusing on their individual projects and debuting solo albums, songs, and projects.

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Among the seven members, Jin started his mandatory military service in December 2022 and will be followed by J-Hope this year.

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