BTS’s Jimin recently had a live chat session with his fans on the Weverse platform. The star answered many questions from the fans. He also talked about meeting his bandmate Jin, who’s currently busy in military service and updated the army on his wellbeing.
Jimin revealed that he went to visit Jin at his base camp with J-Hope. “I went to (meet) Jin Hyung. I’ve been in touch since 2 weeks. It would have been nice if all members went together, but busy with their own work. I’m still getting ready, so I had time. I had a few days after shoot,” he said.
The star further continued, “I got a break because it was the weekend. Jung Ho Seok, had a day off too. So, we went together. He (Jin) ate really well. Hyung (Jin) likes food, but the amount is less than before. (But) I feel like he (his appetite) is back. We were eating together, and he ate really well.”
“He told me that he wanted to eat mul-hoi (cold raw fish soup). I felt good because he ate better than I thought. He has gotten stronger. His face is the same as before, but his body has gotten stronger. I thought he adjusted well (in army). I thought he was cool.” “Right! He is our Hyung! He is alive! It was really nice to see him. ‘I wanted to see you’. He asked me to let you know. He misses you (ARMY),” Park Jimin added.
Jimin releases his long awaited solo songs on streaming
Jimin has made two of his long-awaited solo songs, ‘Promise’ and ‘Christmas Love,’ available across streaming platforms at midnight on March 6. ‘Promise’ was first released in 2018 and ‘Christmas Love’ in 2020. Till yesterday, the songs were only available on BTS’ SoundCloud or YouTube.
‘Promise’ was the star’s first ever official solo song and was dropped as a gift to fans back in 2018. ‘Christmas Love’ was also shared as a holiday surprise to Army in 2020.
Jimin recently announced his solo debut album ‘Face.’ The fans will be hearing a preview of the star’s solo release on March 17, with the pre-release track “Set Me Free Pt.2” and its accompanying music video. The full six-track collection, including the lead single “Like Crazy,” will then be released on March 24.