Today, BTS will speak at a press briefing at The White House before meeting with President Joe Biden in the Oval Office. Each member has made the most of their free time in the U.S. ahead of this historic day.
Jungkook, for instance, left South Korea earlier than the rest of his members to attend an undisclosed schedule. Fans suspect that “Drummer Jungkook” might be making a comeback in America, having spotted this drumstick case at Incheon Airport.
DRUMMER JK IS COMING Y'ALL 🤯
have a safe flight Jungkook ♥️ pic.twitter.com/QH7zGMuIeN
— Kõø⁷ ツᴾʳᵒᵒᶠ (@13_moonchild_) May 28, 2022
— V’s caption (top left)
As for RM, he went “Namjooning” in Boston, a city that’s nearly an eight-hour drive away from Washington, D.C. Here, RM relaxed by the Charles River…
…and visited the Museum of Fine Arts.
In a post captioned, “2 Boston 4 Guston..from Washington,” RM shared photos from the museum’s Philip Guston exhibit. Guston was a Canadian-American painter, printmaker, muralist, and draftsman born in 1913.
As a teen activist, Guston began his art career by painting political murals. In the 1950s, he became a pioneer of abstract expressionism before delving into neoexpressionism in the 1960s.
Guston’s five-decade career abruptly ended with his death at age 66 from a heart attack. This iconic artist passed away 42 years ago, but his legacy lives on in his work and in art lovers like RM who share it with the world.