BTS Jin’s Resurfaced Photo Is Giving ARMYs “Chills”

“It really feels like they’ve planned everything before they were born.”

It’s rumored that BTS‘s Suga, the so-called Minstradamus, has the power to predict his group’s future. GRAMMY nominations? Sold out stadiums? What Suga wants, Suga gets, but ARMY’s latest find might even give him goosebumps!


On June 10, 2022, BTS released one of their most meaningful songs to date, “Yet to Come (The Most Beautiful Moment),” the title track for their Proof anthology album. “Yet to Come” celebrates BTS’s past while looking to the future.

Jungkook in the “Yet to Come” MV posing with the carousel from BTS’s “Spring Day” MV | HYBE LABELS/YouTube 

The “Yet to Come” MV is filled with references to BTS’s past works. This includes the bus from their debut “No More Dream” MV and the You Never Walk Alone carousel from their 2017 “Spring Day” MV.

BTS with the bus from their “Yet to Come” MV | HYBE LABELS/YouTube

BTS is known to drop hints about upcoming releases, but not every hint is intentional…is it? Recently, an ARMY found an unexpected “Yet to Come” connection while scanning photos from four years ago.

In this photo, Jin is wearing a sweatshirt with a crystal ball and the words, “The Best is yet to come.” 


This common phrase predates BTS’s hit single, and Jin’s shirt might not have anything to do with the song’s release, but it’s hitting ARMYs in their feels all the same. To some, it seems like a reassuring message from Jin, who became the first BTS member to enter the military in December 2022.

“Yet to Come” also echos part of the letter BTS’s former manager Sejin wrote to the group back in 2016.  He couldn’t have been more right!

If you’re feeling nostalgic or are in need of comfort, listen to “Yet to Come” here.