BTS’ J-Hope pens heartfelt note for ARMY upon ‘HOPE ON THE STREET’ release

Bangtan Sonyeondan (BTS) member Jung Hoseok alias J-Hope has released his highly anticipated album “HOPE ON THE STREET”. He has showcased his passion for dance and music in the album. Following the release, J-Hope has penned a heartfelt note for ARMY expressing his gratitude to fans for their support and shared his excitement for the project.

He shared a heart-touching handwritten letter following the release of the project. In the letter he wrote, “This is the result of my busy preparations and I was a little impatient before the military enlistment. I prepared a lot of things quickly, but as expected, work changes a lot in a flexible way!! But it’s a project that I focused on as long as it took me to do it!! That’s why I have a lot of affection!”

It is worth mentioning here that J-Hope unveiled HOPE ON THE STREET, comprising a compelling docuseries and a special album, set to ignite passion and showcase his profound connection to dance on March 28.

The album features six tracks in collaboration with Hollywood producer Benny Blanco and Nile Rodgers to BTS’ Jeon Jungkook and LE SSERAFIM’s Yunjin.

Meanwhile, all the members of the world wide famous Kpop boy band are currently serving the mandatory military enlistment in South Korea. Kim Namjoon alias RM and V enlisted for military on the same day, dated December 11, 2023 at the Nonsan military camp in Korea. Other two members, Park Jimin and Jeon Jungkook enlisted on December 12.

Kim Seokjin aka Jin and Jung Hoseok aka J-Hope are set to return by mid of 2024. Other members will return from military in 2025. The k-pop boy band is going to reunite in the year 2025 for which their fans are waiting eagerly.

Also Read: BTS’ V Unveils Release Date For His Upcoming Single ‘FRI(END)S’

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