BTS’s Jimin Left ARMYs In Awe Of His Professionalism During Their “PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE” Concert
BTS has been living it up in Los Angeles, California the past two weeks as they kicked off their first offline concert PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE since their last world tour MAP OF THE SOUL was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic putting the world on hold.
If you were one of the lucky ones who scored a ticket to see BTS live, you got to see the boys dancing and singing some of their greatest hits in person and not through the TV or computer screen!
It’s no secret that Jimin is a force to be reckoned with while performing on stage, with many people agreeing that the 26 year old was born to perform!
One ARMY on Twitter noticed that during their PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE concert, Jimin showed exactly why he’s respected in the dance community so much.
During BTS’s “Black Swan” performance, it looks like Jimin had to calculate his way back into the correct spot in order to complete the proper formation.
Imagine singing, dancing, and troubleshooting all at the same time and in front of thousands of screaming adoring fans at that. That takes some serious skill (and maybe some mathematics?).
Jimin extends his cartwheel so that he can land in the proper spot, so that the choreography can move on smoothly. Each member always tries their best to not mess up any of the others during their choreography, and that’s one of the reasons why BTS works like a well oiled machine!
ARMYs on Twitter were quick to respond with their respect and awe for Jimin’s professionalism.
With years of training under his belt, it’s no surprise that Jimin handles these types of situations so professionally, but it will never stop leaving us in awe.
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