BTS’s RM Turns Yet Another Art Museum Into An ARMY With His New Weverse Profile Picture

He can turn anyone and anything into a fan!

BTS‘s RM recently visited another art museum, and it looks like the museum’s staff members are ARMYs!


RM frequently goes to art museums while “Namjooning,” and he manages to turn the museums into fans every time. Recently, he visited the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, and the world-famous museum thanked him for his visit.

RM at the Met | @BTS_twt/Twitter

Recently, RM changed his Weverse profile picture, and it turns out he took the photo outside of the Jeonnam Museum of Art in Gwangyang, South Korea.

RM at the Jeonnam Museum of Art | @BTS_twt/Twitter

The museum opened last year, and it is currently displaying some of Lee Kun Hee‘s art collection. Lee Kun Hee was the former chairman of Samsung and he passed away in 2020, so ARMYs believe RM may have gone to see the pieces that were in the Samsung chairman’s private collection. Lee Kun Hee owned more than 23,000 works of art, and his heirs decided to disperse his collection throughout multiple public art museums in South Korea.

Naturally, the Jeonnam Museum of Art couldn’t help but take notice of their high-profile visitor, and the museum thanked RM for visiting via Instagram on October 3rd.

| @jeonnammuseumofart/Instagram

ARMYs were thrilled to see the museum acknowledge RM’s visit.