BTS’s Jungkook Supports Korea National Football Team At FIFA World Cup 2022

BTS’s Jungkook Supports Korea National Football Team At FIFA World Cup 2022. Jungkook of BTS has spoken out in favour of the South Korean national football squad. The new song “Dreamers,” which Jungkook contributed to the music of the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar, was released today, November 20, at 2 p.m. KST.

The track was released by Jungkook and Fahad Al-Kubaisi of Qatar just hours before the World Cup 2022 opening ceremony, where they would perform the song for the first time. According to the Korean Football Association (KFA), Jungkook stopped by the facility where the national team is training in Doha, Qatar, on November 19.

KFA published a behind-the-scenes video of Jungkook enthusiastically meeting team manager Paulo Bento and professional soccer players Son Heung Min and Kim Min Jae. Jungkook, holding up the team uniform he was given, says, “I hope the players don’t get wounded.

Jungkook Supports Korea National Football Team
Jungkook Supports Korea National Football Team

I know that not only I, but the rest of BTS and all of South Korea, are rooting for [the athletes], and I can only hope that they are successful. I’m getting ready for my performance, and in preparation, I’ll be focusing on how my actions will affect the cast and crew. Stay safe and thank you for waiting.

Jungkook At FIFA

On November 20, 2022, at 2 p.m. KST, Jungkook released the song “DREAMERS” as his contribution to the music of the FIFA World Cup. He was supposed to perform it for the first time at the World Cup opening ceremony alongside Qatari artist Fahad Al-Kubaisi until the song was pulled.

As the K-pop artist gets ready to play at the venue, many clips of him moving around in Qatar have appeared online. While this was going on, on November 20 Jungkook met with the Korean national soccer team at the Training Center in Doha, Qatar, as reported by the Korean Football Association (KFA).

Jungkook Shares Supports

The KFA released a behind-the-scenes clip showing Jungkook’s visit to the training facility, where he can be seen wearing an all-black, casual ensemble. He warmly welcomes team manager Paulo Bento and the other players, including Son Heung Min and Kim Min Jae.

All of them congregate around him, and he smiles and poses for pictures with them. He wears his new jersey with pride and says, “I hope the guys don’t get wounded. I know that not only I, but the rest of BTS and all of South Korea, are rooting for [the athletes], and I can only hope that they are successful.

I’m getting ready for my performance, and in preparation, I’ll be focusing on how my actions will affect the cast and crew. Stay safe and we’ll be here.

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