BTS’s V Told Jungkook To “Go Away” Because He Was “Intruding” On His Soulmate Jimin’s “Privacy”

And Jungkook’s reaction when V told him to go is simply hilarious.

The relationship between all three members of BTS‘s maknae line is truly interesting.

Being the three youngest members of the group, the friendship between VJungkook and Jimin is definitely something that adds flavor to the whole group’s dynamics.

Jungkook and V like to cuddle each other when sleeping, and V also likes teasing Jungkook instead of apologizing to him, such as when he accidentally spilled juice all over him.

V and Jimin consider each other as “soul mates”, having been close friends since they went to the same school before debuting in BTS.

Jimin and Jungkook have a cute “push-and-pull” relationship when Jungkook loves teasing Jimin and Jimin likes treating him as a cute younger sibling.

And this interaction was really evident during the time when V and Jimin were in-charge of cooking for the group. During this time, Jungkook “interrogated” Jimin playfully and asked him why he was cutting cucumbers a certain way.

Jimin continued cutting and Jungkook kept on asking, so V made an effort to stand between the two…

…and he asked Jungkook to “go away”.

Instead of being offended, Jungkook understood that V was just playing with him, so he nodded. And turned around to exit from the scene.

The pair once again proved that they are truly soul mates living in their own “world” when V told Jimin that he successfully got rid of the “intruder”. Jimin shook his hand in appreciation and they continued cooking their own recipes for the whole group to feast on afterwards.

Such an adorable dynamic, indeed! And speaking of adorable, did you know that Jungkook once had an interview where he honestly mentioned the type of “kissing scene” that he wanted to have? Check out the article below for the full details:

Here’s The Kiss Scene That BTS’s Jungkook Wants To Experience At Least Once In His Life — And It’s Totally Unexpected

Source: V Happy and Made in 1997
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