An amusing incident involving BTS V's autograph session during his military service has become the talk of the town, delighting fans and netizens with its unique twist. The story, which first surfaced on the online platform Instiz, outlines a humorous yet endearing encounter that underscores the BTS member's unwavering popularity, even in the most unconventional settings.
BTS V's track "Slow Dancing" has been honored as the "Song of 2023" by Tokyo FM, a leading radio broadcaster in Japan, showcasing its widespread popularity. The K-pop flagship program "Pop K Top 10 Friday" on Tokyo FM awarded V's solo album title track "Slow Dancing" from "Layover" with this prestigious accolade and presented a special trophy.
V of BTS, featured in American singer UMI's latest track 'Wherever U R', has made a notable appearance on major Billboard charts. The song ranked 5th on the Billboard 'U.S. Digital Song Sales Chart' announced on January 9th for the week of January 13th. Additionally, 'Wherever U R' entered the 'Canadian Digital Song Sales' chart at 10th place.
BTS's V has illuminated his popularity by seizing the top spot on Japan's Oricon chart with 'Wherever U R', a song featuring his collaboration. V marked his birthday on December 30 by gifting fans a collaboration track with American indie singer UMI. He featured in 'Wherever U R', composed by UMI.
BTS V's 'Christmas Tree' has climbed to the top of Spotify's most-streamed K-OST chart, shining light on his reputation as the reliable 'OST King.' As of December 2nd, 'Christmas Tree' surpassed 365 million streams on Spotify, setting a new record for the most-streamed K-OST.
Despite multiple dating rumors, BTS's V and BLACKPINK's Jennie have now found themselves at the center of breakup speculations. The question now is whether they will break their silence on this matter, which has piqued significant interest.