BTS’s Jimin may have completed his second solo album.

This revelation emerged in a behind-the-scenes video posted on YouTube by fellow BTS member SUGA. The video captured moments from his ‘D-DAY’ Tour in Seoul, where Jimin made a special appearance alongside V and Jungkook to support SUGA. Fans were thrilled to see the four of them together.

During these moments of camaraderie, a shirtless Jimin offered fans a glimpse of his back tattoo. He got the phases of the moon tattooed on his back, inspired by fan art from illustrator @ArizzoStudios on X (formerly Twitter). However, it wasn’t the tattoo that caused a frenzy among the ARMYs—it was a comment Jimin made. He casually mentioned, “I’m done with my album now,” in the video. Given that the video was filmed months after the release of his debut solo album, FACE, he was clearly referring to something new.

[EPISODE] SUGA | Agust D TOUR ‘D-DAY’ in SEOUL – BTS (방탄소년단)

Other signs that Jimin has more music coming

Hints about Jimin’s new music have surfaced before. On December 28, 2023, Hollywood-based audio engineer and composer Austin Owens, known as Ayo the Producer, shared some insights. Owens, who collaborated with Jimin on the song “Closer Than This,” posted an Instagram carousel. It included a video of Jimin practicing the choreography for “Closer Than This,” Owens captioned it, “Cup is full…2024 I’m ready for you.”

Prior to this, he shared a reel featuring Jimin and some dancers grooving to “Closer Than This,” Originally posted by Jimin on BTS’s official TikTok account, Owens reposted it with the caption, “We’re FarFromFinished.” When asked by a fan what he meant, he responded, “There’s always more work to be done.” This was interpreted by ARMYs as an indirect confirmation of more music from Jimin.

These teasers have sparked speculation and excitement among fans, who are eagerly awaiting the official announcement and release of the “Like Crazy” hitmaker’s second solo album. – K-Pop News Writer

Featured Image: Towards the end of the video in question, he gave the camera a thumbs-up. Source: YouTube/@BTS.