ARMYs Notice A New Habit Of BTS’s Jungkook When He Communicates With Fans

Both Korean and international ARMYs noticed!

Netizens have noticed a cute habit BTS‘s Jungkook has lately when he’s writing to ARMYs.

BTS’s Jungkook | @bts_twt/Twitter

On November 14, Jungkook shared a questionnaire with fans for a special event where he asked questions to ARMYs, with many sending ARMYs into delulu land.

Before the questions were shown, Jungkook wrote a letter to the fans.Ā In particular, netizens noticed that there were brackets in all of the versions. Netizens quickly noticed from the English version that the main text was written in a more formal manner, whereas everything in the brackets seemed more informal and chatty.

In particular, in the second paragraph, while the initial sentence is quite straight to the point, the words in parenthesis show Jungkook’s true feelings about the event and why he wants to do it.

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It isn’t the first time Jungkook has done this, with many netizens seeing it as a cute habit. In particular, back in October, Jungkook posted on Weverse, and his messages had a similar structure. In particular, one post asked what ARMYs are doing, but in brackets, explains it was because he misses them.

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Yet, although it was a topic on Korean forums, it also wasn’t missed by international ARMYs, especially those who knew how to translate Korean. On X, many ARMYs shared how cute Jungkook’s new habit is and that even though he did the same for the English letter, the message was better conveyed in Korean.

As always, Jungkook shows his love for ARMYs in any way possible, and it’s the small details that netizens love the most.

Source: BTS/Weverse and theqoo