Park Seo Joon and Hyungsik were seen coming together, while Park Bo Gum and Ha Ji Won were also spotted among the audience at the concert in Seoul.
V got a lot of support from his celebrity friends during BTS’ (Bangtan Boys) concert over the weekend. Park Seo Joon, Hyungsik, Park Bo Gum and Ha Ji Won were spotted among the audience at the two-day concert held at Jamsil Olympic Stadium, Seoul.
Park Seo Joon and Hyungsik, who co-starred with V on “Hwarang”, came together to the concert. The “What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim” actor wore a long-sleeve shirt, while the “Suits” star kept it casual in a white T-shirt and jacket. The latter tried to get unnoticed by sporting a round hat and mask. He looked excited as he got on his feet and held up his Army Bomb, BTS’ official lightstick, during the boygroup’s performance.
Park Bo Gum showed up in a striped shirt on top of a white T-shirt. He also wore a blue cap. A fellow concertgoer who sat next to the “Love in the Moonlight” actor on the VIP section shared on Twitter that he was “really friendly.”
She added that Park Bo Gum was confused when his Army Bomb wouldn’t change color. She then explained to the actor that his lightstick was an old version which couldn’t change color, unlike the newest one.
Park Bo Gum also attended BTS’ concert last December. While it’s assumed that he came in support of his close friend V, the 25-year-old heartthrob knows other BTS’ members too as they have filmed Coca-Cola ad together earlier this year.
Meanwhile, Ha Ji Won was spotted among the audience wearing a bright pink T-shirt. She is known to get close with V for sharing the same hobby, photography.
BTS kicked off their world tour on Saturday, August 25 after releasing their new album “Love Yourself: Answer” on August 24. Their new music video for “IDOL” was released on the same day and has broken YouTube record for the biggest music video debut with more than 45 million views in its first 24 hours. It beat the record previously set by Taylor Swift‘s music video for “Look What You Made Me Do”. “IDOL” music video has now garnered almost 90 million views.
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