BTS’ Halloween TikTok Videos Are Seriously Fun, But ARMY Is Dying for a Costume Dance Practice

The final show of the BTS Love Yourself: Speak Yourself world tour just ended — and it’s just in time for Halloween. For the past six years, ARMY has grown accustomed to the members — RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook — sharing content over the holiday season. But, everyone always gets excited about BTS’ Halloween celebrations, considering the inevitably hilarious costumes and potential dance practice video. And although the K-pop group didn’t share any Halloween content last year, it seems they’ve delivered a few “spooky” TikTok clips to satisfy ARMY’s cravings for 2019.

BTS shares Halloween videos on TikTok

Now, the members of BTS haven’t posted on TikTok in some time. Following their record-breaking achievement of becoming the fastest TikTok account to reach one million followers, the group’s last video involved the “Chicken Noodle Soup” challenge featuring J-Hope, V, and Jimin.

So just when ARMY was about to delete the app, BTS surprised everyone with a few Halloween videos on the Chinese-owned app. And given their outfits, it seems the TikTok videos were filmed backstage at the Love Yourself: Speak Yourself concert.

First up are Jungkook and J-Hope. And they clearly didn’t get the memo to be spooky, as the pair mirrored one another, with smiles clearly displayed on their face. They then started doing a chicken dance before wishing fans a Happy Halloween.

Then came V and Jimin, who dawned their “Dionysus” suits from the Love Yourself: Speak Yourself [The Final] concert. Jimin also turned into a skeleton via a TikTok filter. And quite frankly, they missed an opportunity to create the perfect “Spooky Scary Skeletons” video.

Finally, Jin, RM, and Suga wished ARMY a Happy Halloween in their old white “Dionysus” outfits. The trio appeared, disappeared, and reappeared in a ghostly manner, as an eerie track played in the background. Although their clip is — arguably — one of the creepiest of the three, Jin, RM, and Suga couldn’t help but crack a smile here and there.

BTS fans react to the Halloween videos

Naturally, ARMY had a few thoughts on BTS’ Halloween videos for 2019. And for the most part, it seems most fans didn’t actually think the TikToks were spooky at all.

“How can we communicate to BTS that making Halloween TikToks in their sexy *ss, diamantรฉ, million dollar stage outfits backstage at their sold out stadium concert is just NOT scary,” one fan wrote on Twitter.

“Wait are they trying to scare us?” another fan tweeted. “OMG d*mn scary BTS. Lol cuties.”

But, some fans did point out a few truly terrifying moments from the video created by Jin, Suga, and RM.

“They’re the least scary people on the planet, I swear! Okay, maybe Joon’s eyeroll was SLIGHTLY creepy,” an ARMY on Reddit admitted.

“This one is the scariest of the 3,” another Redditor wrote. “Sugaโ€™s little part where he gets closer started to creep me out until the shot where he was crouching on the couch like a little kid.”

ARMY wants a BTS Halloween costume dance practice

In all honesty, nothing can get past ARMY. Prior to the spooky holiday, many fans noticed BTS hasn’t released a Halloween-themed dance practice video in two years. In case you don’t remember, the K-pop group dropped full-on costume practices of “War of Hormone” in 2014, “21st Century Girl” in 2016, and “GO GO” in 2017. So of course, everyone is dying to see another one in the future.

“It’s been two years since bts dropped a Halloween dance practice,” a fan tweeted. “I JUST WANT THEM TO JUST FILM ONE. THEY DON’T EVEN HAVE TO DRESS UP. IT DOESN’T EVEN HAVE TO BE A DANCE PRACTICEโ€ฆ I JUST WANT SOMETHING.”

Meanwhile, other members of ARMY revealed which song they want to see featured in a Halloween dance practice video.

BTS performing at Billboard Music Awards - Season 2019
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“BTS very well could drop the halloween dance practice for anpanman dressed up as superheroes,” a Twitter user explained. “We don’t mind that the song has been out for 18 months, we really do not mind that it’s been forever, just do it, please.”


Although it’s still possible BTS will deliver a Halloween-themed dance practice video in the future, the TikTok videos are still a nice little treat to brighten up anyone’s All Hallows’ Eve. But remember, this won’t be the last we hear from the group before 2020. The boys have already confirmed their performances at MAMA 2019 and Jingle Ball. So there are plenty of fun moments for the BTS family before the year is out.

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