- Following the uncertainty caused by a mistranslation of the septet’s statement, management agency BTS HYBE recently pointed out that the septet did not disband.
- The K-pop boy group caused a stir among fans on Tuesday when they announced they would be taking a break as a group to pursue separate projects.
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HYBE’s management team clarified on Thursday that the Butter hitmakers “are not on sabbatical, but will be taking the time to explore some solo projects at this time and stay active in various forms,” according to The Post.
Meanwhile, group leader Kim Nam-joon, also known as RM, discussed going solo to grow as individuals.
“I always thought BTS was different from other groups, but the problem with K-pop and the idol system in general is that they don’t give you time to grow.” “You have to keep making music and doing something,” he said in a video.
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“Anyway, we can’t stop thinking about our fans; we want to be the kind of artists our followers remember. “I think we are now starting to think about what kind of musicians we want to be recognized for by our audience,” added Jimin.
“I think that’s why we’re going through a tough time right now; we are trying to establish our identity, which is an exhausting and long process,” he added.