The Lunar New Year is taking place on February 5th and is an event widely celebrated across Asia. BTS has been wishing ARMY well ahead of the festivities.
행복한 설 되세요 😊 pic.twitter.com/2DA80eVdw3
— 방탄소년단 (@BTS_twt) February 4, 2019
“Have a happy Lunar New Year”
😐즐거운 설 연휴 보내자요!😗
— 방탄소년단 (@BTS_twt) February 3, 2019
“Spend a happy lunar new year holiday!”
ARMY was curious why they were sending their well-wishes before the day itself and the reason has now become clear. It’s been reported that BTS will have no scheduled appearances during the Lunar New Year holiday and will each be taking individual breaks.
ARMY is incredibly happy to see BTS finally get a well-deserved break, they’ve been working so hard recently. It’s likely that some if not all of the members will return home to spend the holidays with their families.
“There are no official schedules during the Lunar New Year holidays, therefore they plan to rest individually."
-BigHit@BTS_twt getting a short break to rest & spend some time with their families? BEST NEWS I’VE HEARD ALL DAY, THEY TRULY DESERVE THIS. 🙏🏻
Cr trans : cafe_army
— CHELLE (@3shells1991) February 4, 2019
my boys getting a short break free from schedule for holidays 💜 pic.twitter.com/lHPRFzP5lS
— ѕαη∂яα misses BTS 📌arsd (@yoonki_min__) February 4, 2019
Have a happy new year, BTS members. You have had a year full of enthusiansm and effort. Have a nice vacation and bring lots of fun, good mesages through the album next year for everyone. Thank you BANGTAN. @BTS_twt #YOUTHSBTS
— Youths BTS (@ARMY16319945) February 4, 2019
BTS’s next public appearance is the next leg of their Love Yourself World Tour in Fukuoka. Here are all their scheduled appearances in February and March.