BTS’ V Shares Photos While Browsing Music Albums

BTS’ V Shares Photos While Browsing Music Albums

BTS’ V recently shared glimpses of his day with his friend and since then fans can’t help but gush.

On Saturday, the singer took to Instagram and shared his first post on the platform following his recovery from Covid-19.

In the first photo, an illuminated neon sign read “Listen.” It was followed by a photo of V posing with his pal as they sat smiling on a stage with various instruments including a drum.

In the next few photos, BTS’ V is seen browsing through recordings, stacked from floor to ceiling.

In one of the photos, V is seen looking at his phone while sipping a drink, next to a bike. V also posed in front of artwork on a wall and shared a mirror selfie as he sat on the floor surrounded by trumpets and saxophones.

In the last slide, V shared the photo of his drink and wrote, “Eat delicious 🙂 but beautiful,” as translated by @BTStranslation_. Sharing the images, V added a face showing spiral eyes and dazed emoji.

For his outing, V opted for a white t-shirt, gray pants, a black coat and a scarf. He also wore a face mask.

Meanwhile, ARMY, the BTS fandom went wild for their latest snaps as they shared their photos on Twitter.

One person tweeted, “He’s such a boyfriend.”

Another fan wrote, “And this man claimed that his pics don’t have a boyfriend vibe? Taehyung, you are literally the embodiment of that, seriously looking at these pics makes me feel comfortable. “

Earlier this week, BTS was named IFPI’s 2021 Global Artist of the Year, making them the first act to win the award two years in a row. Their Japanese album BTS, THE BEST topped the Oricon Year-End Albums Chart in Japan at the end of 2021, the first for a non-domestic act in 37 years, Reuters quoting reported IFPI.

On the work front, BTS will hold their Permission to Dance on Stage concerts in Las Vegas and Seoul. While they will perform in the United States in April, South Korean fans will enjoy their show in Seoul in March.

BTS was also nominated for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance at this year’s Grammy Awards for their song. Butter.