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Viral video: BTS's Jungkook makes his big return with bedtime tips

Updated on: 24 January,2023 11:47 AM IST  |  South Korea
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The vocalist took to Weverse on Monday

Viral video: BTS's Jungkook makes his big return with bedtime tips

Jungkook/Instagram


BTS's vocalist Jungkook who had been missing from social media in December, made his big return on Monday with bedtime tips for fans. Jungkook had posted a brief happy new year wish for fans earlier this month.


This time around, the singer spilled the beans on his bedtime routine with fans. He also opened up about his scariest dream, "I have a lot of strange dreams there's a dream, I still remember! I was being chased by a huge spider, it shot a spider web around my arms and I couldn't move. It came up running toward me. I woke up screaming."



Speaking about his sleep habits he shared, "I usually have my room at the ideal temperature. I can’t sleep if it’s too hot or too cold. Don’t sleep right after eating. It’s really bad for your stomach. Relax for a moment and slowly fall asleep." He added that he doesn’t wear pajamas but comfortable clothes instead and his favourite sleeping position is on his back always wakes up on his stomach."


Here's how fans reacted

 

Meanwhile, bandmate Park Jimin announced that he has returned to South Korea after attending the Paris Fashion Week as a global ambassador of Dior. His other group member Min Yoongi aka Suga left for Paris today to attend Valentino's Haute Couture show. The rapper was announced as Maison's latest Brand Ambassador and Valentino DiVas.

Also Read: Viral photos: BTS's Jin posts first pics after joining the military

 

 

 

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