BTS Have Announced That Their Variety Show Run BTS Will Be Returning With A New Special Episode. The boyband debuted a surprise teaser video for an upcoming special episode of Run BTS, a web series that debuted in 2015, on August 2 at midnight KST.
After the third season of the show ended in October 2021, it will be the first episode in ten months.
The BTS members themselves introduce the forthcoming episode in the new trailer. Leader RM announces, “BTS’ own show, Run BTS, is finally returning after a 10 month vacation!” as the boy band applauds.
“We took some time for recharging and returned with more enjoyment. We hope you’ll anticipate it,” continues vocalist Jin. Beginning on Weverse and VLIVE on Tuesday, August 16 at 9 p.m. KST, the latest special edition of Run BTS will air.
Run BTS episodes typically consist of a number of themed games or tasks in which the boyband members compete against one another, either in small teams or individually. There are also occasionally special episodes broadcast to coincide with Korean holidays and other occasions. A wide range of activities, including cooking, gaming, and design challenges, have been featured in previous editions.
BTS Have Announced That Their Variety Show Run BTS Will Be Returning With A New Special Episode. Despite being on hiatus so that each member may concentrate on personal projects, BTS still seems to be relatively active, as seen by this week’s debut of the Run BTS episode and the publication of a joint project with Snoop Dogg and Benny Blanco.
After closing out the last night of the Chicago music festival over the weekend, BTS rapper J-Hope made history as the first South Korean performer to headline Lollapalooza. He did so by singing songs from the BTS discography as well as his recently released debut solo album, “Jack In The Box.”
Additionally, the South Korean defense minister Lee Jeong-seop stated at a National Defence Committee yesterday (August 1) that the boy band might still be permitted to hold concerts and “continue playing for national goals” despite serving their mandatory service terms.
This discussion about the boyband’s exemption from military service due to their support of Korean culture and tourism is still ongoing. Notably, in May, Culture, Sports, and Tourism Minister Hwang Hee demanded that the boyband be exempted from South Korea’s conscription requirements.