In The SOOP BTS Season Two To Air In October 2021
Netgenz - Netizen buzz | The reality show BTS In The SOOP BTS which airs on the JTBC channel will continue into the second season. The second season of the show featuring BTS' activities enjoying their free time will air next October. The news was announced directly by the BTS In The SOOP production team via uploads on the Twitter page on Thursday (2/9) local time. "#In_the_SOOP BTS ver.Season 2 Coming soon in October," Written by the production team.
Just like last year, this event brought back seven members of BTS, namely RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook in enjoying their free time in a residence away from the hustle and bustle of the city. In the previous season, the seven BTS members lived in a residence surrounded by a lake and shady trees fit to be in the wild. In that place, they spend time doing various fun routines such as Jin who uses his free time to fish in the lake. Meanwhile, RM and Taehyung alias V assembled an electric boat and raced it over the lake. While the other members, Jungkook practice boxing.
Screenshot From Twitter/ IN THE SOOP Official
Then Suga chose to indulge himself by reading good books. Then Jimin entertained J-Hope with his rapping skills. On the other hand, BTS's partner at HYBE's agency SEVENTEEN is also currently starring in a similar program but their version is entitled SEVENTEEN In The Soop Ver. This show has been airing since Sunday (29/8) and is still ongoing. The event will last for a total of four weeks. Outside of the event, BTS is currently promoting its new song, Permission to Dance. The song, which was released on Friday (9/7), is BTS' third single that uses English lyrics after the songs Dynamite and Butter.
Through this dance-pop song, the BTS Band seems to invite everyone to say goodbye to Covid-19, and invite everyone to be happy again after facing the dark days of the pandemic. The song Permission to Dance involves singer and music producer Ed Sheeran as the songwriter. The single was also the result of collaborations with some well-known producers, including Steve Mac, Johnny McDaid of Snow Patrol, and Jenna Andrews. The song Permission to Dance marks BTS's second collaboration project with Ed Sheeran after the song Make It Right which is on the album Map of the Soul: 7 (2020).