BTS Share Their Thoughts On Their Upcoming 8th Debut Anniversary

They also revealed that they have been thinking a lot about their future as a group.

During the press conference for “Butter” held May 21, 2021, BTS discussed what they’ve been talking about the most amongst themselves as of late!


It’s almost nearing BTS’s 8th anniversary on June 13 and the group revealed that the topic has been on their minds lately. And at the conference, members shared their thoughts on their plans for next month.

Jimin revealed that since they’re in their 8th year, he worried a lot about the future. He’s also concerned about showing new and good sides of themselves to their fans.

BTS’s Jimin

The most talked-about topic is probably related to our 8th year anniversary. We had been worried loads in the past 6 months, about our group, as well as how we should satisfy the fans, along with our relationship with the fans. We have to show the better sides of ourselves to the fans, so I’ve been constantly worrying.

— Jimin

RM also shared his concerns for their future as a group, especially as one that is active during a pandemic and had to adjust to a “new normal” era.


The most talked-about topic is our future. We also talk a lot about our roles in this “new normal,” and why we exist, what we create music for. Although awards such as the Grammys are important, we also think deeply about how we can put into existence the value BTS possesses and how we can leave something meaningful behind.

— RM

V then brought up their “FESTA D-Day Calendar” that will be released to celebrate their anniversary. He mentioned how much of a shame it was that they wouldn’t be able to directly meet ARMY during their 8th anniversary!


It’s a meaningful eighth anniversary but it’s a shame in part. We have the “Festa” upcoming for ARMYs but it’ll be done online. Plus, there’re many stages that we couldn’t share. It’s sad that so many events are held without ARMYs on-site.

But still, we’ll try our best.

— V

Check out the music video for “Butter” below.

Source: The Korea Herald


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