BTS members will return to their native country of South Korea on April 17, local time, as previously hinted at by member J-Hope and other members. However, according to rumours in the media, only six persons were expected to return. Leader RM would not be returning, and only the other members would have finished their scheduled duties in the United States, according to the group.
This quickly prompted fans to inquire as to what kind of solo timetable RM was operating under. They pondered if this was in reference to BTS’ next release, which is set for June, or whether this was in reference to RM’s solo album, which he has previously discussed.
The hashtag RM3 IS COMING (RM3 IS COMING) quickly became popular. After the releases of RM and Mono in 2015 and 2018, respectively, this is the artist’s third solo album to be released. This can be the moment when RM is recording for his own release or filming the music video for the song in question.
A little more than three weeks ago, BTS travelled to the United States, where they first performed at the 2022 Grammy Awards, followed by four nights of sold-out performances at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas for PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE – LAS VEGAS. At the conclusion of the four gigs, BTS revealed a comeback date of June 10 in conjunction with a teaser for the song ‘WE ARE BULLETPROOF.’