ARMYs Think BigHit Music Lurks On Social Media After BTS’s “Season’s Greetings 2022” Preview, And Here’s The Hilarious Reason Why

They definitely see everything ARMYs do…

BTS recently released the teaser images and video for their 2022 Season’s Greetings video, and, as expected, it delivered on every level. With the members taking on both villain roles, and also may be hinting at a future rock concept!

However, after the images were posted, many ARMYs instantly took to Twitter and started trending words like “Wattpad” and “Y/N” after they thought that many of the ideas and concepts within the video seemed like something seen in stories and tweets shared by BTS fans.

In particular, one user shared that they thought that producers must read the website Wattpad, which is a website where anyone can post stories and is the home for many fanfictions.

In particular, the two scenes that fans have noticed seemed to be straight out of a fanfiction story were Jimin and Jungkook’s part. In the scenes, it felt as if the two members were talking directly to fans. In any good fanfiction, the person on the other side is known as “Y/N” or “your name.” It allows the reader to insert themselves into the story.


Aside from the clips, the images of the members caught the eyes of fans. With their different personalities and characters, each of them looks as if they came straight out various stories from Suga as the romantic pianist, V as the fortune teller, and Jin as the gamer who falls the lead character falls in love with.

As expected, once the previews were shared, fans went straight on social media to share the fact that they know that BigHit has been lurking on fan websites and reading what ARMYs write.

Yet, many others refuted this and thought that, rather than copying and getting inspiration from BTS fans, there were actually ARMYs working at BigHit. It could be the only way the company would know exactly the things fans like and put it into the Season’s Greetings concepts.

Yet, despite who thought of it, there is no denying that ARMYs couldn’t get enough of the concepts.

However, it isn’t the first time ARMYs have thought BigHit employees have been lurking on social media. Earlier in the year, the group released a new video titled “‘Permission to Dance’ Anywhere.” During the video, fans thought they saw evidence of the group lurking on Twitter to find some of the inspiration behind the edits.

As expected, BTS and BigHit continue to create content just for fans, and if it takes some lurking and inspiration from ARMYs, it is all done in the name of good content!

You can watch the whole video below.