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Updated on: Tuesday, April 14, 2020, 02:31 PM IST

BTS members Jimin and RM make the famous ‘Dalgona Coffee’ amid quarantine

BTS also announced an online concert for their fans who were looking forward to attend their upcoming tour.
BTS members Jimin and RM make the famous ‘Dalgona Coffee’ amid quarantine |

BTS members Jimin and RM make the famous ‘Dalgona Coffee’ amid quarantine |

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Ahead of their online concert this weekend, BTS members Jimin and RM took to V-Live and participated in the quarantine trend of making some Dalgona coffee, a South Korean import, which is basic whipped cream coffee, made with simple 3 ingredients- instant coffee, milk and sugar.

The video screen grabs show Jimin back to his dark tresses whipping the mixture, while RM watches him struggle with the intense activity. The two eventually enjoy a frothy cuppa.

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Keeping in mind the coronavirus pandemic, the septet -RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook - and their team recently announced 'Bang Bang Con', an online concert for their fans who were looking forward to attend their upcoming tour.

This comes after the members and their company Big Hit Entertainment decided to cancel their Seoul shows followed by postponing their rest of the Map Of The Soul Tour.

The official social media accounts of BTS unveiled the dates of their online concert.

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The K-Pop group was set to kick-off their much-awaited 'Map of the Soul: 7' tour with a performance in Santa Clara, California, on April 25.

After stops in cities like Dallas, Orlando, Atlanta, New Jersey, Washington and Toronto, the tour would have concluded in Chicago on June 6.

"We are closely monitoring and following the guidance of all local governments regarding public events to ensure we are providing a safe environment for everyone involved as we continue to update our tour plans.

"We will share additional information regarding these new concert dates shortly. We ask for your further patience and understanding as we continue to work to bring you the best and safest concert experience as soon as we can," the band's label, Big Hit Entertainment, said in a statement.

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Published on: Tuesday, April 14, 2020, 02:31 PM IST
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