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Two extra members of Ok-pop group BTS take a look at optimistic for Covid-19

Two extra members of Ok-pop group BTS take a look at optimistic for Covid-19

SEOUL (REUTERS) – Two extra members of the Ok-pop group BTS on Saturday (Dec 25) examined optimistic for Covid-19 following their return to South Korea from the band’s first pandemic-era concert events in the USA, their administration firm Huge Hit Music mentioned.

Rapper RM, 27, and vocalist Jin, 29, had been recognized with Covid-19 a day after Suga, a songwriter and rapper for the seven-member group, examined optimistic.

All three had accomplished second doses of a coronavirus vaccine in August, the corporate mentioned.

Since their 2013 debut, BTS have spearheaded a worldwide Ok-pop craze with catchy, upbeat music and dances, in addition to lyrics and social campaigns aimed toward empowering younger folks.

The concert events in the USA had been BTS’ first within the nation since 2019, once they toured throughout Asia, Europe and North America.

RM, whose actual title is Kim Nam-joon, and Jin, whose actual title is Kim Seok-jin, initially examined adverse on returning to South Korea earlier this month.

RM, who examined optimistic as he ready to go away necessary quarantine, is displaying no signs, Huge Hit Music mentioned.

Jin examined adverse a second time as he left quarantine, however was later recognized after experiencing signs, which the corporate mentioned had been gentle.

Neither Jin or RM had any contact with different group members after their return to South Korea, the corporate mentioned.

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