BTS: Jin gets emotional with ARMY's birthday surprise, V and RM break down, Jungkook attacks Jimin with smoke guns

BTS closed the curtain on their four-day concert - Permission to Dance on Stage LA - on Thursday night. The group performed in-person for the first time in two years.
(L) BTS member Jin reacts to fans' surprise for his birthday, (R) RM breaks down while talking to the fandom. 
(L) BTS member Jin reacts to fans' surprise for his birthday, (R) RM breaks down while talking to the fandom. 
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BTS members RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook wrapped up their four-day concert Permission to Dance on Stage LA on a high note, on Thursday (Friday morning in India). The final day of the concert was filled with high-octane performances, hilarious moments and even had members tearing up. 

Permission to Dance on Stage marked BTS' first international, in-person concert in two years. On the final day, BTS performed songs including On, Fire, Dope, DNA, Black Swan, Fake Love, Life Goes On, Boy With Luv, Dynamite, Butter, Baepsae, So What, I Need U, Save Me, Idol, Home and Permission to Dance, among other songs. 

While the performances left the crowd grooving, BTS had a few surprises in their pockets. They dropped a new version of Butter, performing with a live band at the venue, which impressed fans. During the performance, fans couldn't help but notice J-Hope switch expressions with complete ease every time the beat changed. 

 

BTS member J-Hope during Butter performance at Permission to Dance on Stage LA. 
BTS member J-Hope during Butter performance at Permission to Dance on Stage LA. 

BTS also got Chris Martin of Coldplay to join them as their special guest singer for the night and performed My Universe with him.

Besides their performances, there were a few moments that stood out during the concert. One of which was Jin's birthday celebration. The singer will turn 28 on Saturday, December 4. Although there were a couple of days left for his special day, BTS fans hosted a special birthday project for him and surprised him at the concert. 

A section of fans covered their ARMY bomb (a customised light stick) with cutouts of the moon, referring to Jin's track Moon, and his name – the red heart project – to mark his birthday. The singer noticed the crowd's special efforts and was visibly emotional. The stadium and the members even sang happy birthday for the singer. 

Jin also caught the fandom's attention by attacking V and Jimin with smoke guns. A number of videos show Jin covering V with snow guns and also joining Jungkook in attacking Jimin. 

Jungkook was also seen making sure a fan was okay during the concert after the singer accidentally hit them with a ball. In a video, Jungkook was seen throwing the ball at the crowd and after he realised he had hit them, he was seen asking, ‘Are you okay?’ and folded their hands. 

 

BTS singer Jungkook ensuring if a fan is okay. 
BTS singer Jungkook ensuring if a fan is okay. 

There were bound to be tears as BTS member came together to bid the fandom farewell on the fourth day of Permission to Dance on Stage Day 4. Clips of BTS leader RM delivering his message for the fans have been circulating online, in which the rapper not only gave the fandom his love but confessed he was going to try not to cry that night but failed. V, too, was seen breaking down while sharing his thoughts. 

 

BTS leader RM broke down while addressing fans. 
BTS leader RM broke down while addressing fans. 
BTS singer V also cried during the concert. 
BTS singer V also cried during the concert. 

 

While sharing his final thoughts, Suga manifested a world tour for 2022. The rapper said, “I've a good feeling about this. Soon we'll be able to tour all around the world and doing stadium tour again. We'll go where ever you are, thank you ARMY, I love you.” 

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By the end of the night, BTS had also announced that they would be hosting a live, in-person concert in Seoul, South Korea, in March 2022. It would mark their first at home concert in two and a half years. 

 

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