After sweeping the BBMAs and touring for almost a month, kicking things off at the Rose Bowl in L.A., with stops in Chicago, New Jersey, and a Beatles homage in between, BTS’ 2019 U.S. adventure came to an emotional close on May 19.
During their last stop, at the sold-out MetLife Stadium in New Jersey, Jungkook got a bit more than teary-eyed singing “Mikrokosmos” during the septet’s encore, breaking ARMY hearts on site, and all over the world, thanks to Twitter, Elite Daily reported.
“I can take all the pain in this world but jungkook crying is something that I can definitely not take,” a fan wrote on Twitter, alongside the video of JK’s heartwarming moment.
Kookie wasn’t the only one feeling all the feels. J-Hope also got emotional during his goodbye, immortalizing the moment on Twitter: “The US tour is now over,” he wrote with crying emojis and two pics from the concert. “Shout-out to our fans for doing it together! Thank you! Also, we promise to be back! I am your hope, You are my hope. I love you all!” he added.
"OK, where do I start? You know they say the so-called American Dream? It's a dream that I don't know, some say we've reached, some say not... but we've never dreamed it because it was always considered something that we could never dream of. It was impossible,” RM said. “But, dear ARMY, look at this. We made it together. And dear America, thank you for embracing us. Thank you for having us and accepting us. We’re seven boys from Korea who sing in Korean and who have even different looks and speak different languages. But you guys truly proved to us that music transcends language, looks… everything. Thank you.”
“Let’s put away those dreams for a second,” Namjoon then continued. “I didn't notice it, but I really realized this moment, you guys here, did become our real dream. Nothing [else] is important. Really, the most important thing is this moment — breathing with you guys, singing with you guys… just vibing, enjoying the same thing, the positives. This moment will forever be my dream."
And that, ARMY, truly is the power of BTS. Where do we get tickets for next year?
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