BTS Members V, Jungkook Set Twitter On A Roll Ahead Of The ‘Permission To Dance On Stage’ Concert

BTS is all set to host their online concert ‘Permission To Dance On Stage’ concert on Sunday, 24th October 2021. The septet’s performance will be equivalent to an offline concert and is going to be live-streamed from a stadium, according to Big Hit Music. This will be BTS’s first global online concert in about a year and ARMY has gotten really excited about it. However, it seems to be the youngest member of the band, Jungkook who steals the light, even with something as basic as the soundcheck for the concert began.

A mint haired Jungkook was seen flaunting his piercings with a cool attitude as he set the stage on fire with a minimal soundcheck procedure. In fact, the mint hair of Jungkook was such a reminder for fans about Taehyung when he sported the same hair colour.

Look at some Twitter reactions about BTS’s Jungkook below:

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BTS’ V to sit out of choreograpgy during the concert

Minutes before Jungkook’s charisma kept fans excited, it was the news of BTS’s V that really did make the fans feel sad. Moments before the beginning of the concert, BIGHIT music released a notice on Weverse stating that member V will not take part in the choreography for the group’s concert. This unfortunate change is incorporated as V has been asked to refrain from vigorous movement due to pain in the calf muscles.

The Agency’s full statement reads:


This is Big Hit Music.

We would like to provide the following information regarding the performance of BTS member V as part of today’s “‘BTS PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE.”

V experienced pain in his calf muscles during rehearsal on the evening of October 23 and visited a nearby hospital for examination and treatment. It was the opinion of the medical personnel that while there was no issue affecting the bones in his legs, he should refrain from vigorous movement such as choreography or stage performance for the time being.

While the artist himself strongly wished to participate in the performance in full, our company has decided to follow the physician’s advice and minimize V’s movements during today’s “BTS PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE.” As a result, V will take part in the performance while seated and without choreography. We ask for your understanding.

We will continue to place the highest priority on the health and safety of our artists and strive to ensure that all the members of BTS can meet their fans in full health.

Thank you.”

Fans have come out on Twitter to express their concern in this matter too:

Meanwhile, the live streaming for the online concert “PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE” takes place at 6:30 p.m. KST on October 24 with a soundcheck already in progress.

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