As the majority of the countries are under lockdown and people are being forced to stay indoors, internet users have come up with a creative idea to keep themselves entertained. The K-Pop community, also known as ARMY’s, started a new challenge online where they dress up to match the album covers of BTS, the K-Pop boyband group. From Dark and Wild album cover to Map of the soul: Persona, internet users across the world are sharing their outfits. One user even dressed up a dog in a bid to participate in the challenge.
dressing up as bts albuns and solo mixtapes 🥰 pic.twitter.com/dD3CyBAGH6— dj binho (@ddaengart) April 2, 2020
so here’s me dressing up as exid albums ft bts pic.twitter.com/MCU51Klebx— 奥斯卡 艾萨克⁷ (@liberohoseok) April 2, 2020
my dog dressing up as kpop (BTS, GFRIEND, TXT) albums 🥺 pic.twitter.com/nysDGPR1pc— xue misses ᵒʳᵃⁿᵍᵉ ᴶᶦᵐᶦⁿ || 回 ً⁷ (@xuerendipity) April 5, 2020
dressing up as bts albums :)— amandarachlee (@amandarachlee) April 3, 2020
lol i'm joining the bandwagon bc everyone's outfits are so cute!! pic.twitter.com/HSbSkRiIIq
✨ dressing up as kpop album - shinee & bts vers. ✨— 𝕬𝖗𝖙𝖊́𝖒𝖎𝖘 ⁷ (@9CH5NEL) April 2, 2020
(I try something but I’m not satisfied) pic.twitter.com/829HqFmmch
Dressing up as kpop álbum 🌻— ᴸⁱᵃ ℛ𝓏 (@moonsxturn) April 4, 2020
The boyz and BTS pic.twitter.com/bKs1Bx6GMH
Dressing up as kpop albums 💫 multi edition version ( bts , nct , wayv , exo , seventeen ) 💜💚 pic.twitter.com/4w110PCc7J— Lan 兰 (@crownwinwin) April 4, 2020
I’m late😔 but here’s me dressing up as BTS albums🥰 ... pic.twitter.com/WIRkOV9DI9— •addy⁷ (@SWEETTA3E) April 4, 2020
Let's get this bread: Dressing up as BTS & ATEEZ albums✨ pic.twitter.com/7xl8SeUtYR— #1 Van Gogh Fangirl⁷🎨👂🏻💕 (@EinfachNurBetti) April 4, 2020
BTS has a huge fan following around the world, but unfortunately, the band, which was on a tour, had to cancel and return to South Korea due to the unprecedented coronavirus outbreak. Although, their weekly episodes are still available on VLive.
Meanwhile, coronavirus, which originated in China in December 2019, has now claimed over 69,000 lives worldwide as of April 6. According to the tally by international news agency, the pandemic has now spread to 208 countries and territories and has infected more than one million people. Out of the total infections, 264,838 have been recovered but the easily spread virus is continuing to disrupt many lives. Major cities have been put under lockdown in almost all countries including Spain, and the economy is struggling.
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