BTS’s Jungkook Receives The Most Unexpected Apology Following His Late Night Cooking Broadcast

It’s the only time ARMYs are in love with an apology!

On April 26 (KST), ARMYs were shocked when BTS‘s Jungkook received the most unexpected apology following a live broadcast.

BTS’s Jungkook | @jungkook.97/Instagram

On Monday 24, Jungkook and V attended the Dream premiere, to show their support for the cast, including Park Seo Joon and IU.

BTS’s V (left) and Jungkook (right) at the “Dream” premiere

Jungkook gained attention after his late night Weverse broadcast following the Dream premiere. Despite it being late, the idol chatted with fans and even made some food.

BTS Jungkook’s Weverse Live | BTS/Weverse
| BTS/Weverse   

While cooking, Jungkook was using some soy sauce and got incredibly excited when he realized that the expiry date was his birthday, which is September 1.

| BTS/Weverse 

Considering Jungkook’s influence, it wasn’t surprising that the brand’s business boomed. Kikkoman even took to its official Twitter account to thank the idol for the buzz created and share a photo of the actual product he used.

Yet, netizens quickly noticed that the brand had spelled Jungkook wrong in the hashtags amidst the tweet, writing “Jungkok” instead.

After noticing the spelling mistake, the company shared an unexpected apology on their account. Not only did they post a picture of someone from the brand consistently writing out Jungkook’s name in English so that they wouldn’t spell it wrong again…

The apology picture posted | @kikkoman_desu/Twitter

The tweet made ARMYs LOL after the brand shared a heartfelt apology. In the text, the brand explained that they were thankful for

For yesterday’s spelling mistake, thank you for a lot of [people] pointing it out. I will reflect on it again…

[We] will practice properly/thoroughly. We are very sorry for the inconvenience caused.

We look forward to your continued support of 濃いだし本つゆ (name of the product).

— Kikkoman

When the post was shared, ARMYs couldn’t get over the cutest apology. For many, it was not only the quickest, but most iconic because it wasn’t just empty words and the brand even showed their dedication to get Jungkook’s name right.

Although it seems like many companies, people, and brands are made to apologize to idols for their behavior, Kikkoman did it for all the right reasons and will probably see their popularity rocket even more.

You can read more from the broadcast below.

BTS’s Jungkook Shares His Exclusive Noodle Sauce Recipe During Recent Weverse Live