BTS's Jungkook is set to release a new track on September 29.

On September 24th at 9 AM, through the fan community platform Weverse, Jungkook announced that he will be releasing his second solo digital single '3D' (feat. Jack Harlow) on the 29th at 1 PM (KST). This marks a swift comeback, just about two months after his July release 'Seven', hinting at back-to-back hits.

Alongside the news of his new song, Jungkook unveiled two 'Hero Films' and the '1D' version of the concept photo, kicking off the promotion for '3D'.

'3D' is an R&B pop track that cleverly interprets feelings towards an unreachable person through the witty concept of 1D, 2D, and 3D perspectives. His agency, Big Hit Music, stated, "Fans can expect to see a more mature solo artist Jungkook following 'Seven'." The new song features rapper Jack Harlow, who previously topped the Billboard 'Hot 100' with 'Industry Baby' alongside Lil Nas X.

Previously, in July, Jungkook made an impressive mark with 'Seven', achieving the top spot on the Billboard 'Hot 100' and third on the UK Official Chart.

The teaser for the new song was also exceptional. On the 24th, at the '2023 Global Citizen Festival' held in New York's Central Park, Jungkook made a surprise appearance as the first Korean solo artist headliner and performed 'Seven' with the surprise guest, Lato. During an in-between interview, he expressed, "I hope we can all exert a positive influence to ensure that everyone's basic rights are guaranteed."