BTS leader Kim Namjoon penned a heartfelt message to his fans on Sunday, February 11, 2024, on Weverse, a day after the Korean Lunar New Year.
The member of the South Korean septet, who is currently enlisted in mandatory military service, wished his fans health and happy moments more than the bad ones.
Namjoon, who also goes by the stage name, RM’s message was translated by a fan on their X account (formerly Twitter) where the Dynamite hit-maker also mentioned that another Korean Lunar New Year will "have to pass" before he can meet his fans.
"Hello ARMYs, are you doing well? I have also come to my base and have been adjusting well. I ate rice cake soup, have been resting a little since it is seol (lunar new year), and am doing well,” his letter began.
RM continued, “Another seol will have to pass before I am able to see you all, but I will do well with my time."
Wishing the very best for his fans, his note further read, "I believe that it will be another place of learning and experiences. Whenever, wherever, always be healthy. And I wish that you will experience a lot more good things than bad things. Hoping that our connection will continue to go on, I hope you receive a lot of new year blessings!"
Shortly after the note was posted, fans took to the comments section to express their love for the BTS member. A fan wrote, "Thank you, Namjoon, for always thinking of us! Our connection is forever, honey."
“‘Hoping that our connection will continue to go on'. No way I didn't cry. Seriously, I didn't," another comment read, while another X user wrote, "Hope so and thanks, RM for such nice wishes. We (army) also hope that many, many good things happen to you."
BTS member RM along with other members, Jimin, V and Jungkook initiated South Korea’s mandatory military service in November 2023.
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