This Video of BTS Shows Why You Never Want To Be Around When Jungkook Wants Ice Cream

More than one member was sacrificed to satisfy the golden maknae.

BTS have proven time and time again that they love each other unconditionally but when it comes to ice cream…well…all bets are off.

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During one episode of BTS Run, the group went on a little field trip to the Achasan Mountain.

 

To make things a little bit more interesting for the members, they were challenged to shop for a meal while not exceeding 10kg.

And if they wanted anything else, like ice cream, they had to overcome another challenge, rock-paper-scissors! At the mention of the sweet treat, Jungkook quickly volunteered Jin to take on the challenge first…

 

Even if losing meant an 8km uphill hike for his hyung if he lost!

Although Jin was taken aback at first by the harsh punishment, Jimin‘s promise to hike with him and the thought of winning ice cream for his members spurred Jin on to step up to the challenge…

 

Which he ended up losing!

Then Jimin tried his hand at winning some cold treats for his members…

 

And ultimately lost too.

Finally, the other members talked Jungkook into trying the challenge and of course, he won!

 

But a price still had to be paid and it was left to Jin and Jimin to climb up the mountain while the rest of the members got to take the van.

Their sacrifice, however, was never forgotten…

 

Even when the rest of the members arrived at their destination they were always wondering where Jin and Jimin were while also hoping they’d get there soon!

Luckily, the two didn’t let the punishment ruin their day.

 

In fact, they had fun along the way taking pictures…

Petting dogs…

 

Giving each other piggyback rides when they got tired…

And becoming fast friends with some crows!

 

So even if Jin was sacrificed at first, all was forgiven and it turned out okay! And when he and Jimin finally met up with the other members, they couldn’t have been happier to have them back!

Relive the moment of sacrifice in the clip below:

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