Jin from BTS will make his solo debut at the end of this month.
On 18 October, Big Hit Music, his agency, told Xports News, "Jin will release a solo single at the end of October."
Previously, there was a report published on a media outlet that the BTS idol has collaborated with the British band Coldplay on his upcoming release, but the agency declined to comment, saying, "The specific date and time, collaboration, etc. will be revealed later. We ask for your understanding."
Jin made a surprise announcement of his solo debut at the BTS concert 'Yet To Come in Busan' held on 15 October to attract attention for the bid for the 2030 Busan World Expo.
At the time, Jin said, "It's not a grandiose album, it's a single. The song came out because I had a relationship with someone I really liked."
In the past, Jin showed off his tone through his self-composed song 'Super Tuna' and OST 'Yours', so fans’ expectations are high for his solo release. In addition, BTS, to which Jin belongs, performed well with 'My Universe', a collaboration with Coldplay last year, so there are questions about whether their meeting will be re-established.
Previously, on 17 October, BTS’ agency (RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook) announced, "Jin will apply to cancel his enlistment at the end of this month and will follow the enlistment procedure of the Military Manpower Administration." Accordingly, BTS members will enlist sequentially, starting with the eldest member, Jin.
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