Fan of the group BTS received wonderful news on 5 April upon hearing their favourite K-pop phenoms are ready to treat them with new music, according to the media outlet Sports Donga.
The K-pop band, which has been busy representing the Hallyu movement and helping to spread Korean culture, is now working on the new material. They usually make two albums a year because they travel a lot around the world and have busy schedules. For now, as they are stuck at home in South Korea due to COVID-19, the Army (the official name for BTS' fandom) can expect more content from their beloved boys.
Their latest Japanese single "Film Out" was released on 2 April and topped the iTunes chart in 97 different countries. The video for the single received more than 50 million views in three days.
The Army are overwhelmed with joy that they're getting more and more content from their beloved idols, with some posts making the rounds on the internet that the band was spotted filming something new.