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BTS' RM assures fans that the K-pop group will 'be back for sure' in 2025

By Melanie Uson Published Aug 16, 2023 4:16 pm

Missing BTS? RM has some good news for you, ARMYs! 

In his recent Weverse livestream, the Still Life singer assured fans that the iconic K-pop group will have their comeback in 2025. 

During the stream, RM read an appreciation letter from a fan after playing their tribute song, Love Letters. The sender reminisced about their 10th anniversary as a group and how they have continued to flourish and bring joy to their supporters through the years.

“We may think everything is changing, but I promise you that us 7 will be back together and nothing will change. It’s time for us to trust their words,” RM read. 

He reminded their fans of how important they are to BTS, referring to their solo projects as their “reminder.” 

“Guys, I hope our songs and solo projects could be another reminder to you guys of how important ARMY was, has been, and will be in our lives at the same time,” he said. 

RM went on to share his personal conversation with bandmate Suga—who has recently initiated his military enlistment—about their supporters who are anticipating their comeback in 2025. 

“Suga talked a lot about stuff, what he felt throughout the 28 shows for the whole year, how many ARMYs, and how much love is actually waiting for the reunion in 2025,” he said. “I definitely feel that.” 

He added that their solo activities are “just like a vacation,” saying that it is an important part of their journey before working together again as a group. 

“Even though we’re doing our solo activities on our own, what I’m thinking these days when I’m doing my solo projects is this is just like a vacation to get back to where I was, which was BTS and ARMY,” the Seoul singer said.  

“All the solo [activities] is just a journey. But it is a very important journey for chapter two. But it’s a journey to get back home safe," he said.

“Eventually, when we get back and reunite together in 2025, [we will] be back for sure. We’ll be joining together again. And that will be in 2025,” he assured. 

RM further expressed his appreciation for the “enormous love” and solid support they have received, promising that they will never take it for granted.

“I swear that I [have] never been taking this enormous love for granted in my whole life, and I will be the same in the future, and I can bet that all the other members would feel the same,” he said. 

“This is a greatness of love. When I face this kind of love, I feel like it’s irresistible, and that’s what makes me go through all those trials and hardships and s--- happening in life," he added. 

BTS has been taking on solo projects amid the military enlistment of its members. In 2022, RM released his album Indigo, while Jin dropped his single The Astronaut. 

In 2023, Jimin launched his EP dubbed Face, J-Hope with his album Jack in the Box and Disney+ documentary J-Hope in the box, and Suga with his album D-Day as well as a world tour titled Agust D.

Just recently, Jungkook released his single Seven.  V, meanwhile, is set to drop his solo album Layover on Sept. 8. 

In June, BTS surprised their fans with a new single Take Two to mark their 10th anniversary in the K-pop scene.