You might want to grab some tissues, you guys, because at the end of BTS‘ concert at the Rose Bowl Stadium in California on Sunday, May 5, Jimin legit broke down in tears. That’s right. It was a pretty touching moment, and luckily, fans caught it on tape.
OK, we’re not going to lie, we’re feeling pretty emotional ourselves after watching it. In the clip, which was posted to Twitter on Monday, May 5, you can see Jimin tearing up as he yelled, “I love you” to the fans. And as if that wasn’t sweet enough, our hearts practically bursted when Jungkook went over to comfort him.
“Don’t cry, Jimin,” he said.
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But despite the 23-year-old doing his best to compose himself, he could not hold back his tears.
Ugh, our hearts! So why was he crying, you ask? Well, the boy band just made history once again when they became the first ever K-pop group to embark on a stadium world tour, with their Love Yourself: Speak Yourself tour. And since the Rose Bowl show was their first stop along the way, we can totally understand why Jimin got emotional! Not to mention that the Rose Bowl is one of the biggest stadiums in the world — it can seat up to 90,000 people — so yeah, it was definitely a huge moment for them.
As fans know, this isn’t the first big achievement that the band has accomplished together. They’ve actually achieved a lot since they were formed back in 2013. Over the years they’ve sold millions of copies of their albums, completely slayed the charts, released two movies, won a ton of awards and sold out multiple world tours. Not to mention all the records they’ve broken! Yeah, the list seriously goes on and on — and we could not be more proud of the boys.
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