BTS’s Jin is in the spotlight at the 2022 Korea Open tennis tournament; That is how

Last week, BTS member Jin was spotted at the 2022 Korea Open tennis tournament while watching Casper Ruud’s match. The oldest member of the Septet arrived unannounced as he hid behind a mask and hat. He left right after the end of the match, but was quickly noticed by some onlookers! Jin didn’t even post anything about attending the match on his social media account. There’s no denying that Jin’s presence at the event drew attention on the internet in no time!

Jin’s popularity

Reports suggest that more than a million people watched a 10-second clip of the artist in just two hours. Sports outlets also emphasized how a single video garnered Jin 20 times more views than any other tennis-related post. Not only that, but many of the world’s leading sports media outlets shared various posts about the BTS member’s presence at the tennis tournament. If that wasn’t enough, the match commentator also took Jin’s name and called him the ‘superstar in the stands’. After the match, Casper Ruud was heard to say that he is proud to have met an artist like Jin from BTS, who was interested in tennis. Other than that, many other tennis stars mentioned the singer’s name and invited him to future matches.

BTS Details

Jin is an important part of the South Korean boy group BTS. He is the oldest of them and is popularly known as Mr. Worldwide Handsome. Currently, all the members are focused on their upcoming World Trade Expo 2030 concert. HYBE has finally cleared up the rumors surrounding the controversy surrounding the financing of BTS’s upcoming concert in Busan, which is scheduled to take place in October. Recently, reports began circulating that concert tickets sold out within minutes as soon as they went live. This has demonstrated, once again, the global stardom of the Septet. However, concerns were also raised about the designated location due to the increased number of people. Therefore, the venue was changed to Busan Asiad Main Stadium from Ilgwang Special Stage.


BigHit Music, the agency associated with the Bangtan Boys, made a special announcement related to the concert regarding the location. This is what the agency announced on September 2, 2022: “The venue for BTS’s ‘Yet to Come’ at BUSAN, a concert for Busan World Expo 2030, has been changed from the previously announced Ilgwang special stage to Busan Asiad Main. Stadium.

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