J-Hope is 'happiest man in the world' after BTS's historic shows at Wembley
It’s not just the ARMY that’s feeling emotional after BTS’s historic weekend at Wembley Stadium.
J-Hope has issued an emotional message to fans after he, RM, Suga, Jin, V, Jungkook and Jimin became the first Korean act to play the iconic London venue.
Hoseok shared a GIF of himself dancing to the official BTS Twitter account, and told the ARMY he was ‘the happiest man in the world’.
J-Hope tweeted: ‘I’ll never forget today. Tonight, I’m the happiest man in the world. It’s all thanks to you, ARMY.
‘London! Wembley! LOVE U!’
The 25-year-old also shared selfies from inside the stadium, puckering up for the camera against a backdrop reading ‘BTS World Tour’.
BTS had their first visit to London last year when they sold out London’s O2 Arena twice, but their show has had an upgrade to meet the standards of the 90,000 capacity Wembley Stadium.
The K-pop superstars performed songs from their latest album Map Of The Soul: Persona, including Dionysus, Boy With Luv, Make It Right and Mikrokosmos, as well as classic songs like So What, Mic Drop and IDOL.
But amidst the slick choreography and tunes, things got poignant as the ARMY gathered together to sing Young Forever to express their pride for the boys.
The crowed surprised the band by singing the track during the show – leaving BTS in tears on stage.
Jimin recently opened up about how much the fans mean to the Fake Love singers, explaining they want to stay healthy so they can do the ARMY justice.
During a press conference, he told Metro.co.uk and others: ‘Rather than focus on records what I felt was from our Love Yourself tour we had a series of performances and I thought, how long we can go on doing this but I want to perform with the members and fans as long as I can.
‘For as long as I can. I would like to do what I’m doing. That’s my goal.’
‘We are trying to stay healthy as much as we can,’ Jin added.
‘The healthier we are the longer we can spend with fans.
‘We will have fan meetings in Korea in Busan and Seoul and there are a lot of ARMY waiting for us so we will put on a good stage for them.’
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