BTS’s V Took To Social Media To Give Troubled ARMY The Best Advice Despite Hiatus

This advice from V is not only true, but there is a high chance that it was based on his own experience. (Photo: 방탄킬러/Flickr)

BTS is currently on a two-month break, and they were given all the freedom to do whatever they want. Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V, and Jungkook were required to interact with fans on social media before, but they don’t have to do that now.

However, V just couldn’t contain himself when he read a comment from an international ARMY. Even though he didn’t have to respond since he is on a break, the 23-year-old singer, songwriter, record producer, and actor broke himself off from hiatus to give the fan advice.

“Lately, a lot of sad things have been happening in my friendships… I don’t know what to do about it, I’m very worried. I’m sorry, my Korean isn’t very good,” the ARMY posted on BTS Weverse.

After reading this, V felt the need to make the fan feel better by offering comfort and advice. “If you are concerned about something, tell [someone] anytime and let [your troubles] out. If you keep it to yourself, it will become an illness,” the BTS star wrote.

This advice from V is not only true, but there is a high chance that it was based on his own experience. The idol knew how it was like to feel down and upset and find comfort in people close to him.

When V was stressed out during the filming of Hwarang: The Poet Warrior Youth, he felt like he had no choice at the time but to cry. Being the first BTS member to try the world of acting, V felt the pressure to do extremely well in the 2016-2017 television series.

V bottled up his emotions until he couldn’t handle it any longer and shared what he was feeling to Jimin. The 23-year-old singer, songwriter, and dancer then gathered the other BTS members to talk about V’s problem.

“I realized that I shouldn’t always struggle and try to overcome difficulties on my own,” V shared on the seventh episode of BTS: Burn the Stage. “Instead, I realized that it’s awesome to have members.”

This realization echoed V’s advice to the troubled ARMY. It is true when they say that you can never judge someone unless you walk in their shoes. Since V knew what the fan was feeling, he was able to give the best possible advice out there.

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