The Hilarious Reason Why BTS Can’t Come To ARMYs’ Birthday Parties, According to Jin

BTS fans are known for throwing extravagant birthday celebrations for the members. Unfortunately, when it comes to fan birthdays, the BTS members can’t attend individual parties. 

Jin elaborated on the reason why during one interview, making the other members laugh in the process. 

Jin of BTS arrives at the photo call for the 34th Golden Disc Awards
Jin of BTS arrives at the photo call for the 34th Golden Disc Awards | THE FACT/Imazins via Getty Images

BTS is one of the biggest boy bands in the world

This K-pop group released songs like “Butter,” “Life Goes On,” and “Permission to Dance,” earning millions of streams on platforms like Spotify in the process. They’re often practicing choreography or writing songs. 

BTS also performed live for fans pre-coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, stopping for interviews along the way. These artists are known for selling out stadiums, but they had very humble beginnings, even meeting with individual ARMYs at “fan sign” events. 

As a result, some BTS fans are wondering if the group could travel to their birthday party. Sadly, the artists are “so busy,” according to the oldest member of the group. 

BTS is too ‘busy’ to come to ARMYs’ birthday parties

During an interview with WIRED, the BTS members answered some of the most searched questions on the internet. Some of those questions dealt with their dietary habits, including whether or not they eat spicy food or drink coffee. Fans asked other questions about BTS’ schedule, which is already full. 

“Can BTS come to my birthday party?” Jungkook read, to which the members had mixed reactions. Finally, Jin said they didn’t have enough time to visit ARMYs’ birthday parties. 

“Sorry,” Jin said, while Jimin clapped his hands and laughed. “Oh, sorry, sorry, we are so busy.” 

Some artists do make time to appear at a fan’s special occasion. Even Beyoncé performed at a pre-wedding celebration for one family. Even though BTS does make an extra effort to connect with fans, they just don’t have the time to attend birthday parties. 

Of course, ARMYs often celebrate the birthdays of these idols, even if they are currently “socially distanced.” That includes charity projects based on the interests and philanthropic work of each member, billboards in major cities, and parties hosted by local cafes. 

The BTS members often share some of their daily routines with fans 

Outside of their live performances, the BTS members are known for spending time with fans on live streams. They also appear in the variety show, RUN BTS, competing in challenges as individuals and sometimes as teams. 

In 2019, after touring the world to promote Map of the Soul: Persona, the BTS members went on a period of “rest and relaxation.” Some members still kept in touch with fans via social media, while J-Hope worked on his solo song with Becky G, “Chicken Noodle Soup.”

Music by BTS, including the Map of the Soul: Persona song “Make It Right,” is available for streaming on Spotify, Apple Music, and most major platforms.

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