BTS has been promoting their new singles “Yet To Come” and “For Youth” from their anthology album, PROOF.
The group recently released a behind-the-scenes video showing a portion of their experience filming the music video for “Yet To Come.” The video showed the members enduring harsh winds while in the Las Vegas desert.
The group proved their professionalism by continuing to film despite the conditions, and towards the end of the filming, they gathered on the bus to share their experience.
While they celebrated the completion of their filming, Jimin revealed that two of the members would need to come back an additional day to complete the filming for “Yet To Come.” The members seemed sympathetic towards the two younger members after having already had two long days of filming in the desert.
J-Hope optimistically cheered them on, saying, “whatever it takes to make a great [music video]!”
Once they returned to the set the next day, Jungkook made sure he and Jimin had a fun time.
Once they wrapped their scenes, Jungkook shared that the two had woken up at 4 AM to get ready to come film. Despite waking up so early, Jungkook looked on the bright side and appreciated the meaningful experience that gave Jimin the “best cut of his life.”
Jungkook had watched Jimin film his individual scenes and had nothing but complimentary things to say about the older member.
Jimin returned the praise telling the group’s maknae that he crushed his performance too.
Thanks to Jimin and Jungkook returning for the extra day, the team got the right shots and wrapped the music video. All of the BTS members showed their dedication and worked hard to give ARMYs the perfect music video to wrap up BTS’s first chapter and build anticipation for what is “Yet To Come” for the group.
To see how the final video turned out, check out “Yet To Come” below!