Blood, Sweat, And Tears: BTS’s Jin Offers A Tearful Farewell During Coldplay’s Performance Of “The Astronaut” In Buenos Aires

Blood, Sweat, And Tears: BTS’s Jin Offers A Tearful Farewell During Coldplay’s Performance Of “The Astronaut” In Buenos Aires. The spectators at Coldplay’s show in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on Saturday night were taken by surprise when singer Jin from South Korean pop band BTS made a cameo appearance.

The performance was especially poignant because it was likely Jin’s last before he enlists in the military. On Friday, the BTS vocalist joined the British rock band on the Argentine stop of their “Music of the Spheres” tour. The 29-year-old walked out on stage during a live performance to play his new tune “The Astronaut,” which he co-wrote with lead singer Chris Martin.

Jin-sung in a calming voice during the event, leaping around the stage with Coldplay to the applause of the crowd. Frontman Chris Martin explained the inspiration for “The Astronaut” song. Martin told the crowd of thousands, “About six months ago, one of BTS’ members called me up and said, ‘I have to quit the band in December for two years to join the army in Korea since that’s the rules there.

“And he said to me, “I need a song that says farewell to everybody for a while and tells them that I love them… That’s when I suggested we make a musical collaboration. I’m not anxious about it at all, but rather thrilled by the prospect and quite appreciative of our connection to BTS. Next, this song came in, and I said, “This is one of our best songs — let’s give it to this gentleman.”

“according to Billboard, Coldplay’s lead singer remarked. Previously, the K-pop group collaborated with British rock band Coldplay on the song “My Universe.” The seven-member K-pop band’s management company, Big Hit Music, announced earlier this week on Reverse that Jin would be joining Coldplay onstage at the River Plate stadium in Buenos Aires.

The agency recently announced that all seven members of the band—Jin, Suga, RM, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook—would enroll in the military, putting an end to the ongoing dispute over whether or not they should be excluded from the necessary service obligation of roughly two years.

In December, the group’s oldest member, Jin, will be the pioneer in enlisting for military service. The group, which has been credited with bringing billions of won to the South Korean economy, has stated that it plans to get back together in 2025. While the tragedy in Itaewon transpired on Saturday night in Seoul after a Halloween party, the agency informed on Sunday that all schedules pertaining to member Jin’s latest single have been postponed.

At least 151 people, largely young adults in their teens and early twenties, were killed as a massive Halloween party crowd flooded into a tight lane in a nightlife neighborhood. Strict regulations on gatherings were implemented as an estimated 100,000 people flocked to Itaewon for South Korea’s largest public Halloween celebrations since the pandemic’s outbreak. BigHit Music has promised that in the future, it will keep its fans and followers abreast of the new schedule.

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