In several memorable moments, BTS' V has effortlessly channelled his inner 'Bad Boy,' adopting a gangster look that leaves ARMY in awe.
Kim Taehyung, also known as V from the acclaimed BTS group, is widely recognized for his endearing looks, charming smile, and the sweet persona he brings to the group. However, there are instances when this good boy sheds his innocent image and embraces a more rebellious, 'Bad Boy' aesthetic, captivating the hearts of the ARMY worldwide.
In several memorable moments, V has effortlessly channelled his inner 'Bad Boy,' adopting a gangster look that leaves fans in awe.
One iconic example is from BTS's hit song "Blood, Sweat and Tears" music video, where V's wings being clipped became an unforgettable image, causing a collective swoon among ARMY.
His inaugural photoshoot as the newest "CELINE Boy" elevated V's status as a style icon, portraying him as a character with a bruised demeanour. This powerful image garnered significant attention, marking V's foray into the realm of high fashion.
Another striking visual transformation occurred in V's photoshoot for the luxury brand CELINE, featured in ELLE Korea's April issue. The images created a buzz across various social media platforms, showcasing V's versatility and edgy appeal.
While details about a specific photoshoot remain elusive, the enigmatic aura suggests that if V were to portray roles like a royal usurper or a corrupt CEO, he would undoubtedly excel.
In a particular photo he posted on his Instagram story during a Q&A session with ARMY, the image swiftly gained viral status across various social media platforms.
As for the current status of BTS, all members are either preparing to enlist in the South Korean military or have already commenced their mandatory service. The announcement from Big Hit on November 21 confirmed that the final four members, RM, Jimin, V, and Jung Kook, have initiated the enlistment process.
In the lead-up to their military service, each member has been busy with individual projects, with Jimin's Production Diary documentary, Jung Kook's debut solo album "Golden," and V's "Layover" album in September. RM also contributed to the lineup with his "Indigo" LP released in December of the previous year.