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BTS’ Jin Confirms Solo Project During Concert

The second member of the superstar K-pop BTS to release a new solo project since they announced their hiatus, Jin took the BTS “Yet to Come” concert stage in Busan, South Korea to announce the news.

“I got the opportunity to work with someone I like, so a single will come out soon,” Jin revealed to screaming ARMY at the show as (his) fans have previously gotten a taste of solo material from the young man with a handful of one-off tunes, including “Tonight” (2019), “Abyss” (2020) and “Yours” and “Super Tuna” (2021).

Elsewhere from the stage, J-Hope addressed the future of BTS when he said to fans, “I think we’re in a phase where we need your trust.”

In July J-Hope unveiled an official solo project of his own, the album Jack in the Box, following BTS sharing their plans for a break. Released on BTS’ label Big Hit Music, the set was J-Hope’s first real studio album (although he dropped a solo mixtape in 2018 and a song with Becky G in 2019) and featured singles  “MORE.” and “Arson.”

“Although it’s so sad that the concert is ending already, it’s not like we only have today. We will continue for 30 years … and even perform when we are 70 years old,” Jimin said at the Busan performance on Saturday.

RM later added, “All seven members have the same thoughts right now. We will continue to make and perform music if you give us your trust, like Jimin said.”

In June BTS announced that its seven members — Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V, and Jungkook — would be taking a temporary break from active group activities to pursue solo work.

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Author: Al Denté

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