The member can’t believe BTS kept this up when they debuted

BTS News

 The missing member couldn’t believe this, so he had to go to the place to ask 7 guys.

Kim Jihoon, a former BigHit Entertainment trainee, may not have debuted with BTS but used to have an extremely close relationship with the members.
Kim Jihoon, a former BigHit Entertainment trainee, may not have debuted with BTS but used to have an extremely close relationship with the members.
Unfortunately, he was dropped from the group just before his debut dream came true.
“I was dreading the day they called me into the office. I thought: What’s going on? At that time, I had a hunch. I can feel it in their voices. I know it’s something serious. I went to the office and opened the door, the room was really quiet.
They’re in a meeting, and they say I’m out of the group. I couldn’t cry in front of them so I went out to the park. At the park I usually go to, I sit down and sigh,” said Jihoon.

His mental health back then began to deteriorate. As a result, he often broke down and missed many classes. More than that, he missed BTS – the people he practiced with every day.

One day, he decided to surprise them by showing up at the dorm and treating them to fried chicken.

“Even if I was eliminated, before the group debuted, I used to sneak back to the dorm with some fried chicken,” said Jihoon.

He took the opportunity to ask if a debut had been decided and, more importantly, if the group’s name was really the Bulletproof Juvenile Corps.

“When we ate together, I asked them: Are you guys really debuting? What will the group name be? Is it really the Bulletproof Juvenile Corps? And I was so shocked when I found out they were going to debut with that name,” Jihoon recalled.

The name Bulletproof Youth Union when BTS first debuted was indeed the subject of ridicule for many, but over the years, it became more and more cherished. Now, it’s a much-loved name because BTS has lived up to it!