The Latest “Run BTS!” Episode Proves That Being BTS’s Cameraman Is The Toughest Job In The World
It is no secret that one of the biggest heroes in the BTS fandom is definitely the cameraman. Over the years, the person in charge of filming the various members, especially maknae Jungkook, has had the workout of his life, proving that you don’t need a workout in that job.
During the recent episode of Run BTS!, it was once again proven that being BTS’s cameraman might just be the toughest job in the world! The BTS members finished their mission of finding the other half of the broken ARMY headstone while identifying the thief.
BTS quickly found a key at the start of the episode and went in search of its lock, which turned out to be one of the prison cells seen in earlier episodes. They eventually found the cell, and there were two giveaways: the directors panic when the lock wouldn’t open and the cameraman inside.
It seems as if the director was right to worry as the members continued to try and open the door, but unsuccessfully. Even the members became frustrated as they failed to save the cameraman and free him from the cell.
After several more attempts, even from the versatile Jungkook and talented V, everyone became increasingly worried that the door wasn’t open. It was even worse when the members realized that, through their force and determination, that they had damaged the key in the process.
Even though the members seemed to find the whole situation quite funny, one person didn’t see the funny side, and that was the cameraman. With a perfect angle of the members, he probably didn’t think he’d come to work and end up being locked in a cell with two mannequins.
With the cameraman still stuck, all of the members tried their luck at saving him. But, with each attempt, the likelihood of him being set free seemed to slip away. In the end, the members seemed to realize that they weren’t going to be able to do anything, so they returned to the matter at hand: the ARMY headstone.
For the members, it was also a chance for the cameraman to have a well-earned rest, which might be a welcoming idea after the last few episodes.
As the members continued their journey, they didn’t forget about the cameraman, and Jin exclaimed how sorry he felt for him, especially as it was the person who’d been following him that day.
Luckily, as BTS sat down to discuss who the thief is, they had breaking news given to them and found out that the cameraman had finally been released with the help of some bolt cutters.
With the cameraman safe and sound, it still proves that this job is not easy! From running after the members and being locked in cells, the cameraman definitely deserves a pay rise!
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