After returning from the US, BTS member Jimin personally apologized and thanked fans for worrying about him.
BTS member Jimin has returned to social media after a long break and apologized to fans in a heartfelt letter. The singer has been inactive on his social networking platforms for a while. Fans miss him a lot online and are also worried if he’s okay. The male singer returned to Weverse on Thursday, shortly after he and the other BTS members returned from the US, and shared a fan letter that he gave his heart to.
In the letter, translated by Twitter user @BTStranslation_, Jimin mentions the members’ recent visit to the White House and a meeting with US President Joe Biden. Jimin wrote: “Hello ARMY, how are you? I was able to come to the United States. I believe everyone knows about the event we participated in. I am so grateful and honored. when we can join this event to give voice to all ARMYs of different races, countries and cultures.
However, I think I am inexperienced to stand there on behalf of all of you. I feel apologetic for making you sometimes feel anxious about my inexperience. In the future, I will do my best to become more mature so as not to cause concerns.
Fans must have been worried because I don’t visit often. I will come more often. I will always miss you ARMY.”
Some fans expressed their feelings about Jimin’s letter:
Jimin along with his fellow BTS members is gearing for the release of their upcoming album, Proof. The anthology drops on June 10.