It’s #ArmyConfessionTime time as the millions of BTS fans have taken Twitter by storm to reveal their thoughts about the K-pop band.
BTS aka Bangtan Sonyeodan is one of the world’s most popular K-pop boy band who enjoys millions of fan following from all over the globe.
It has become almost a ritual for BTS ARMY to set a top trend on social media to reflect their love and fondness towards their K-pop idols.
Monday saw a similar trend initiated by ARMY that aims at confessing their thoughts about South Korea’s history-making K-pop septet.
The fans with the trending hashtag shared what made them attached to the group, who in seven years has become one of the biggest acts in the world.
#ArmyConfessionTime is all about BTS band members, though many thought the boy band fell into some controversy.
It’s pretty amazing to see that the ARMY has given their own sort of pet names to group members. For instance, some would think Suga, AgustD, and Yoongi were all different people. However, that’s not the case!
BTS’s Suga aka Min Yoon-gi has been one of the most talked-about BTS boys during the #ArmyConfessionTime and all of the above are nicknames given to him.
V and Taehyung are one of the trending topics right now along with #ArmyConfessionTime as Armys confess the misconceptions they had about the members when they first got into BTS.
Here check out how ARMY has been sharing its feelings towards BTS. while the hashtag also trends on top of the Twitter timeline in Pakistan.
#ArmyConfessionTime it took me too long to rmr their names bc I’d be like “there’s 7 members but why these comments filled with more than 7 names” like it took me a while to realize Jhope, Hoseok and Hobi were the same person— chel⁷ 👩🏾🚀 (@del_bangtan) March 22, 2021
When I first started watching content I started with the American interviews. And I was yeah Suga, V and RM! I got this.— Harmony⁷ 🧑🚀| RM3 is Coming (@SeriousHarmony) March 22, 2021
Then the comments would mention Tae, Yoongi or Namjoon and I was like 😑 who are they?!
i've been here for nearly two years now and i'd hope everything i've said and done in the intervening time disproves that narrative but it persists.— Jenna Guillaume (@JennaGuillaume) March 22, 2021
the people who buy into it won't believe me regardless but i'm just getting it off my chest i guess.#ArmyConfessionTime
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