“Moon” is a song by Jin of BTS. It was released on February 21, 2020, and appears as the sixteenth track in their fourth studio album, “Map of the Soul: 7.” The song also appears as the fourth track on CD2 of BTS’s first anthology, “Proof.”
Today, August 8, marks 900 days with “Moon.” Exactly 900 days since Jin released his song dedicated to ARMY as his Earth.
Watch “Moon” here:
The song surpassed “Euphoria” by Jin’s BTS co-singer, Jungkook, after it became the longest-charting solo track by any BTS member on the MelOn Chart. In fact, Jin’s solo single barely left the weekly roster, charting for 30+ weeks since “Map of The Soul 7” released. For the unversed, MelOn, owned by Naver, is the biggest music Streaming platform in South Korea.
Later that year in July, Jin’s song reached #1 on iTunes Top Songs chart in 80 countries including the US. Incidentally, “Moon,” which is a dedication from the eldest BTS member to ARMY, also makes Jin figure among the most #1’s on iTunes by any Korean artist.
On the personal front, the grapevine is abuzz with rumours of BTS’ Jin and Irene from Red Velvet seeing each other. Jin, whose real name is Seokjin, is better known as “Worldwide Handsome” by fans. In fact, whenever he is asked to introduce himself that’s his description. Likewise, Irene, who is the leader of Red Velvet is known to be the most beautiful member of the K-pop group. In multiple surveys and fan polls, the two have topped the charts when it comes to good looks.
ARMY thinks they would be perfect together. Photos and videos of them hosting an award show together in the past have affirmed their belief. Some have also called them the best-looking Korean pair. While fans have given their “approval” to the pair, Jin and Irene haven’t spoken about it. Check out Jin and Irene’s viral photos together:
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