BTS member Jin on his song Abyss, Butter’s success, working hard on dance, and ARMY
Worldwide handsome Jin might come across as the carefree kind but the pop star is one of the most hardworking ones. From working on his pitch-perfect delivery to making sure he keeps up with the choreography, Jin goes to lengths to ensure he doesn’t disappoint the members and the ARMY.
In an interview with Weverse magazine, Jin opened up on his single Abyss which gives us an insight into Jin’s inner world. He also spoke about evolving and improving and what Butter’s success meant to him. Jin also mentioned that he wishes and hopes that everyone who likes him is happy. What, however, made us love him more is Jin’s confession of going the extra mile to ensure his funny replies can bring a smile to ARMYs face.
In an elaborate interview, Jin spoke about Abyss and how it helped him come forth with the psychological difficulties he faced. “I want my fans to picture me as being happy and I don’t actually want them to know that I feel that way, but now and then I feel the need to talk about what’s inside me. It’s been a few years since I expressed it in a song or explained anything about it so I feel a tiny bit relieved,” Jin said to Weverse magazine. He also spoke about how he believes he needs a lot of practice to ace the choreography or to learn any lyrics of the song. “Practice is honestly a burden, though. Usually when we practice, I’m slow at learning the moves. So I’m not very good at it,” Jin mentioned.
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When asked to reveal his message for fans, Jin said, “I hope our fans don’t lose their laughter.” He added, “I go out of my way to make funny posts or leave funny replies on Weverse to make them happier. I just hope anyone who likes me is happy. And I don’t want them to see anything bad. That’s how I feel about my work.”