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BTS’s V Indulges in “StayAtHomeChallenge”, Video Gets Shared By Korea’s Ministry Of Culture, Sports, And Tourism

The video of BTS member V's “StayAtHomeChallenge” has been shared by Korea’s Ministry Of Culture, Sports, And Tourism


The Coronavirus outbreak has forced almost all the countries across the world to impose a lockdown to prevent the rapid spread of COVID-19. Celebrities throughout the world have been doing their bit encouraging their fans to stay home to fight the war against Coronavirus.

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One of the latest celebrities who indulged in #StayAtHomeChallenge is none other BTS member V. On April 5, BTS’s V shared a video on TikTok and Twitter in which he can be seen dancing and singing to a performance playing on television.

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Sharing the video on social media, BTS member V aka Kim Taehyung wrote, “Everyone, if you’re bored, have a conversation with your TV~ #StayAtHomeChallenge.”

You can check out the video below:

The performance V is enjoying is PostmodernJukebox’s “Retro ’50s Prom Style Chainsmoker/Halsey Cover ft. Kenton Chen.”

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On Monday (April 6, 2020), South Korea’s Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism shared Kim Taehying’s tweet on their own official Twitter account.

The tweet of South Korea’s Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism begins with “BTS’s V’s #StayAtHomeChallenge!” with a purple heart, which is usually used BTS and their fan ARMY.

The tweet continues, “Everyone, how are you enjoying the StayAtHome life? The Ministry of Culture and Sports is supporting your wise StayAtHome cultural life with a lot of different content.” It then linked to the Ministry’s website.

The video of V grooving to the beats of The Chainsmokers and Halsey’s song comes a few days after he was seen swaying to Justin Bieber’s ‘Intentions’ from his album ‘Changes’ which signing their albums.

Notably, due to unfortunate Coronavirus, BTS had to cancel their Seoul concerts and postpone their North American world tour dates.

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