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BTS will drop special episode of ‘Run BTS’ variety show – Billboard

Amidst the group’s break to focus on their solo projects, BTS will drop one of their episodes run bts variety show. The bonus period will drop on August 16th via Weverse and VLive and will also be available on YouTube.

In the first promotional 30 second teaser run In the 10 Months Show, casually dressed septet take their bow and stand on a bright white soundstage to greet ARMY. “We did some recharge and brought more fun with us,” promises group member Jin in the video. “We hope you look forward to it,” he says as his bandmates dance comically as they recite the show’s title.

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run bts The web series debuted in August 2015, with over 150 episodes posted so far, through the most recent one on October 12, 2021. The announcement is one of the first group projects on the K-pop superstar’s roster since they announced one time. -June to spend time on solo material. While others produce their own solo material, J-Hope made history on Sunday night (July 31), when he became the first South Korean artist to headline an American festival.

The rapper enthralled a crowd of 100,000 with a high-energy performance of his new song in Chicago’s Grant Park Jack in the Box album during an 18-track, one-hour set that also included his selections. Hope World Debut solo mixtapes and a set-ending team team up with their “Chicken Noodle Soup” partner Becky G.

Hope introduces herself to the audience noting that she’s a member of BTS, “But you can call me J,” smiled the rapper as the crowd cheers during the set, melding pop, rock, and hip-hop with some smoothies. Was ripped in- R&B out. “You guys are crazy,” he said, thanking ARMY for showing up. “Many of you must be seeing me for the first time today…. it’s great to be here.”

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