Taekook Is Real: Idols Kick Sails Ship For 2021 With New Proof The Duo Is Strong-Real
The members of the world's most phenomenal K-pop group BTS kick off the year 2021 by adding up a much-needed Taekook selca to the duo fans have shipping for a long time now.
Taekook is going stronger for 2021
On Weverse and Twitter social media platforms, the all-South Korean boy band expressed its sweet messages and wished to its beloved fans for the New Year.
With no hesitations, the festivities of the most-awaited day for many, considering 2020 is a dark year, many were mesmerized to see V and Jungkook together in one photo again—with only them in the picture.
The New Year has arrived, and social media already was graced by the sophistication and vibes of Taekok—Taehyung and Jungkook.
Taehyung, best known as V, who recently celebrated his 26th birthday, had a selca file for fans, where both idols can be seen in one frame. Pinkvilla shared that the BTS crooners donned elegant black outfits, looking like a coat.
The said photo was shot during the Grammy-nominated artists' preparation for Big Hit Labels' 2021 New Year's Eve Live. BTS graced the concert as 7/7 and other artists under the umbrella of Big Hit Entertainment and its affiliated agencies.
"ARMYs Happy new year all," the Snow Flower singer wrote in the caption. The duo's shot led the hearts of ARMYs worldwide to flutter, adding good vibes to the New Year.
Taekook pic.twitter.com/VMSCZqkUSd— yuk mutualan (@syahdayuaa) January 2, 2021
Taehyung shared his New Year message for the ARMYs
Allkpop stated that shortly after the photo of Taekook was uploaded, V left a message for his beloved fans on Weverse. The message comes in a GIF form, with the words written on it.
The message says that the train for 2020 has now come to an end. And with that, the train for 2021, which V named the Train of Happiness, is on standby for a mission. "You've worked hard this year. I hope you spend a happy year-end, and I'll meet you at the 2021 Happiness station," V added.
Aside from V, BTS's bandleader RM shared a photo of his pet dog Rapmon and wrote his "Happy New Year" greetings to the fans. J-hope, another rapper from the band, shared four photos on BTS's Twitter account.
BYE 2020 HELLO 2021 pic.twitter.com/pa9DsG20XX— 방탄소년단 (@BTS_twt) January 1, 2021
On the other members, like Suga and Jin, the two idols posted messages on Twitter and Weverse. Suga, who made his first official appearance at the New Year's Eve concert since his shoulder operation, wrote a simple yet meaningful Happy New Year" message.
While the Moon singer Jin wrote, "ARMY please receive lots of blessings in the new year. Happy new year!"