BTS Jungkook’s Live Broadcast Is Interrupted Twice By Someone Ringing His Doorbell — Here’s What Really Happened
BTS‘s Jungkook is one of the biggest stars in the world and it would be rare for somebody not to know who he is. Yet, this can sometimes be a double-edged sword as the idol can receive the attention that isn’t appropriate and invades privacy.
Recently, Jungkook had an unexpected visitor during his live broadcast, but here’s what really happened.
On February 28 (KST), Jungkook surprised fans with a live broadcast. As expected, the idol treated fans to so many memorable moments in a more relaxed setting that ARMYs have become used to.
One moment initially seemed to worry fans after Jungkook received an unexpected visitor.
During the live broadcast, Jungkook seemed startled as he heard his doorbell ring. Jungkook got up from his couch and asked, “Who is it?” in Japanese before going to look at his camera doorbell.
After having a look, Jungkook didn’t seem to recognize who the person was. The idol then had the best reaction when he just walked back to the couch and explained he would continue singing.
I never open the door for anyone that I don’t know hehe. I should start singing [the song] again.
While some fans were worried that it might be sasaengs, after the idol’s past concerns, it was a relief to know that it didn’t seem to be an accident or someone unexpected.
After some time, the doorbell rang again. Jungkook went to answer the door, adding, “Sir, I’m doing a live right now.”
Luckily, it seemed like it was a staff member, and while singing and chatting with ARMYs, Jungkook had lost track of time for a schedule. The idol seemed surprised as he explained, “Ah, is it 2 already?”
It seems like there was also someone who had arrived to visit Jungkook. At first, it seemed confusing as Jungkook said, “Ah, they’re already here? Okay. I’ll open the door for you.”
Luckily, it wasn’t long before Jungkook revealed that, along with having to go to his schedule, the idol had received a visit from the food waste disposal people.
Ah I have to end the broadcast. There is a food waste disposal here but I can’t use it… it isn’t anything that I did… but they have to take it (food disposal) away. So bye.
It seemed like the staff had come to do a chore in his house, and it was probably also a reminder that he had an upcoming schedule. Yet, it’s not surprising that fans were worried as it isn’t uncommon for idols to receive unwanted calls during live broadcasts.
You can read more from the live broadcast below.
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