Bang Si Hyuk Opens Up About BTS’ Contract End And Misunderstandings About Soompi’s Possible 2025 Comeback
Bang Si Hyuk spoke about the future of BTS.
Recently, the HYBE founder spoke out on a range of issues, including expressing his regret at upsetting artists and fans with his failed bid to buy out SM Entertainment.
The topic of BTS’ future was also raised, with members’ military service beginning with Jin.
Then he explained: “We said BTS hopes to resume operations in 2025, not that they will resume for sure. In this context, I hope that you do not think of 2025 as a target year. But HYBE and BTS will do their best. The army’s problem is not easy to solve, and since we also need time to prepare for its comeback after returning from the army, I would like to say that we cannot promise a specific year. But it’s not just false hope as both sides have agreed to actively do their best. »
When asked about the members’ military service and the boys’ departure dates, Bang Si Hyuk simply replied that it was personal information that he could not reveal.
Finally, when asked about the BTS members’ contract renewals, he replied: “As you know, the social impact of a contract renewal for a BTS-wide group is significant, so I’m cautious when speaking about these issues. In the case of BTS, we disclosed the terms of the contract for the sake of transparency, and they still have time. We’ll have a chat then, and I think it’s a courtesy to the artist and the fans that we’ll chat after those talks are over. »