ARMY fanbases are gearing up to celebrate BTS Jimin’s birthday more lavishly than ever before. A Chinese Jimin fanbase customized an entire wall to a birthday-themed flower garden with a bubble machine. Other projects include a projection show at Busan Tower and a 3D birthday project ad in the U.S. and Japan.
The Filter singer will turn 26 (in international age) on October 13, and worldwide ARMYs are leaving no stone unturned to showcase their love for him.
BTS Jimin’s grand birthday projects in Ukraine, South Korea and Japan will surprise fans
BTS' talented vocalist Jimin will be ringing in his 27th birthday (in Korean age) on October 13. Preparations for his birthday are rising with multiple fanbase organizing projects, customizing never-seen-before artworks and more.
JIMINBAR_CHINA, the Chinese fansite that Weibo banned last month, has organized an out-of-the-box project. They have installed a magnificent customized bubble machine on the opposite side of the HYBE building.
It's a flower garden castle wall with the stars, moons and clouds aligned. It is also based on the theme of his solo song, Serendipity. The performance of the solo song had the idol sit in between a garden under a snow globe.
The wall looks nothing short of enchanting and goes a long way in showing fans determination and love for the idol.
In another one-of-a-kind project, Ukrainian ARMY has outdone themselves by organizing a light-laser and firework show for their idol. The fanbase uploaded a sneak-peek of the performance, promising to drop the entire 12-minute show on his birthday.
The same Chinese fanbase has also organized a light show in the idol's hometown, Busan. The inspiration comes from the icon leaving his hometown for Seoul to be a part of BTS and spread the Korean culture globally with BTS.
The project will cover the entire 120 meters of the Busan tower, and the latest technology will be used for the light show. He is also the first artist ever to feature on the tower.
These are just some of the many epic celebrations fans have in place for the BTS member's birthday. Others include a pretty 3D ad in Shinjuku, Japan, a customized bus on Egypt's streets, LED ads, donations to the LGTBQ+ NGOs, trees, animals and more.
With less than two days to go, ARMY has turned October into 'Jimtober', changing their cities into a full-fledged JiminLand.
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