BangPD shares BTS’ return in 2025 is unconfirmed and discusses their contract extension
BTS’ 2025 comeback is yet to be confirmed, with members’ engagement dates yet to be announced, which will be shared “transparently and sequentially” once decided.
At the Kwanhun Forum held at the Korea Press Center on March 15, Bang Si Hyuk, the “giant” behind BTS said: “I can’t promise BTS will resume operations as a full-fledged group in 2025, but there is hope. »
In fact, it will be difficult for BTS to resume their group activities from 2025 onwards.
Previously, BigHit announced that BTS will resume activities in 2025, but did not give a return date. Bang Si Hyuk replied: “It is not that we will resume activities for the entire group, but we and the members hope to resume activities for the entire group around the year 2025.” Add to “However, this is a promise by both parties that we will actively do so, not a hope that has been dashed.”
In December 2022, BTS’ Jin began his mandatory service. J-Hope will be the second member to enter service after completing his solo promotion activities.
The HYBE founder also refused to disclose the remaining members’ joining dates, saying it was personal information and could not be disclosed easily. When the dates are set, the company will publish the information “transparently and sequentially”.
Aware of the social impact of extending BTS contracts, Bang Si hyuk said: “I’ll be careful before I say it. BTS has disclosed the time period for the sake of transparency, and the contract period has still not expired. We’ll be chatting for the rest of the time, and it’s courtesy to the artist and fans to say so once the story is complete. »
According to the initial announcement, BTS intends to complete their respective mandatory hiring in 2025. However, due to the discontinuity of hiring dates, it is more difficult to predict a specific date.