CALLING ARMY: BTS Members Launch Individual Instagram Accounts
ARMY, this is not a drill! BTS is on Instagram...individually! And they are literally gaining followers faster than they sell out stadiums.
Fresh off their "Permission to Dance" concert dates in Los Angeles, USA, BTS will be abiding by the mandatory 10-day quarantine in South Korea as a precautionary COVID measure. Meanwhile, the ensemble has made headlines yet again with the launch of their individual Instagram accounts. (Woo!)
The seven-piece has been blazing a trail for 8 years in the showbiz industry without individual social media presences, but it looks like all of that has changed now. (It's been a long time coming, but they're here now.)
ARMY has become accustomed BTS creating posts from their joint account, which is managed by Big Hit Music. So, no one really expected Jungkook, Jin, Suga, RM, J-Hope, Jimin, and V to finally open their own accounts.
BTS x Instagram
If their independent Instagram accounts will not be managed by their agency (we mean, it could just be Hitman Bang or staff behind the posts, right? Who really knows for sure?), fans will definitely get a glimpse into each members' respective personalities.
Judging by their first 2 posts, it is already evident that the Bangtan Boys incorporated their own aesthetic into their feeds, and it's bound to grow even brighter and more personalized over time.
Can Instagram Keep Up?
It's been only 9 hours since the members broke the internet with their personal Instagram presence, but they are already gaining followers by the millions. So far, each of them have over 5 million ARMYs following their digital escapades on the social media platform.
They are literally raking in followers faster than their concert tickets sell out.
Follow them here!:
Jungkook @abcdefghi__lmnopqrstuvwxyz (special mention for most creative!)
We only hope that Instagram doesn't crash. Yes, we're talking to you, ARMY.
BTS On Vacation
In other Bangtan news, Big Hit Music has released an announcement on Weverse, stating that BTS will be going on a short break to spend the holidays with their loved ones for the very first time since their debut. (It's about time!)
The K-Pop group will return to the spotlight in March for a concert in South Korea and start preparing for a new chapter in their career.
We smell a new album in the making before they potentially head off to fulfill their military duty later in 2022.
In the meantime, we hope you enjoy Instagram and your vacation after the mandatory quarantine, BTS!
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Source: Instagram | Weverse