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BTS Update: Jimin, Jin Surprise Lee Hyun, 'Don't Leave Me' Hits Billboard Japan Hot 100

by Jonnalyn Cortez / Mar 19, 2018 03:15 AM EDT
Jimin and Jin had fun surprising their fellow Big Hit Entertainment artist, Lee Hyun. Photo by Ray Light/YouTube Screenshot

BTS will be once again very busy as they are about to promote their third Japanese album. But before that, Jimin and Jin had fun surprising their fellow Big Hit Entertainment artist, Lee Hyun.

Lee Hyun finally returns to the spotlight and received a warm welcome from his labelmates, Soompi reported. The two "Mic Drop" singers were in the waiting room, holding a celebration cake and a paper that said, "Lee Hyun is an idol too."

As he was too proud of his work, Jin boasted that he had prepared to do the note for one whole day. They, too, sang him a congratulatory song. After that, Jimin and Jin asked him to take a taste of the cake, but they ended up eating the edible designs instead because they have no utensils to use.

The surprise welcome was a huge success, although the BTS members believed that it would be ruined after Lee Hyun bumped into them earlier that day. Fortunately, the 35-year-old singer just thought they were just getting some food to eat at the restaurant.

Meanwhile, the rest of the BTS members, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V, and Jungkook, are now busy preparing to promote their third Japanese album, titled Face Yourself, in April. This new LP includes the Japanese versions of their hit songs, like "Mic Drop," "DNA," and "Spring Day."

There will be also three new singles in the said album. One of it will be called "Don't Leave Me," which has been hitting Billboard Japan Hot 100 at the number 25 spot, according to Hollywood Life.

BTS has released a snippet of the new track, thus the ARMY quickly celebrated its revelation. As Billboard Japan Hot 100 is known for not counting the song's airplay and sales, but the popularity of the track through the artist and song's number of tweets and mentions, it managed to be on the list.

"Don't Leave Me" is also set to be the soundtrack of the Japanese adaptation of Signal. "This is our first time singing a drama theme song," RM said about being a part of the show's theme song. He also added that they felt honored to have a participation in a drama that has been successful in Korea.

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