BTS' JUNGKOOK Reflects On Controversial Night Out With Fellow K-Pop Idols

Karen Jane Ng

Posted at June 06, 2020

It's been a long time since Jungkook went live but when he finally did, he took it as a chance to reflect on his controversial night out with other K-Pop idols as well as to apologize to fans and BTS members.

JK's night out with friends Cha Eunwoo, Jaehyun and Mingyu at an Itaewon bar last April - amid the coronavirus pandemic - drew criticism. "Because of my actions, I feel like many were mad and upset. Those who are having difficulties with this situation, those who are working hard everywhere and to the hyungs who are always next to me, I felt very sorry to them especially the ARMYs that I love," the youngest BTS member said during his guesting at Suga's Kkul FM 06.13 broadcast.

"Because of me, I feel like they spent a hard time so my heart was very heavy. But I thought by myself a lot, really lot. I talked a lot with my hyungs and I looked back at myself a lot and felt a lot. I wanted to directly tell you this through the live. From now on and forward, wherever I am and at every moment, I will become a Jungkook that think more deeper before acting."

Jungkook also discussed his recently released song "Still With You". "I thought about writing a song to show more genuineness to ARMY. One day I was at home and I put something on. But I thought of a melody and then wrote some lyrics, then more melody and then lyrics. And then took it to the studio. We saw the beat and then went back and forth and I think a good song came out."

Aww, Jungkookie loves ARMYs as much as we love him. *Virtual hug*

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