BTS member Jungkook recently held a Weverse live broadcast where he interacted with fans, shared his noodle sauce recipe, and even listened to music. However, after a while, he stopped reading the comments due to the overwhelming nature of some of them. This incident has sparked a debate among fans regarding the “proper etiquette” for commenting during BTS’s live broadcasts.
This is not the first time that BTS members have addressed fans’ comments during their live broadcasts. Namjoon and Taehyung have previously spoken about fans’ repetitive comments and urged them to come up with more meaningful questions to ask. Following these broadcasts, fans have encouraged each other to ask more thoughtful questions in the future.
During Jungkook’s recent live broadcast, he explained that he holds these sessions without a specific purpose and that spending time with fans brings him comfort. However, like RM before him, he eventually became overwhelmed by some of the comments and stopped reading them altogether.
This incident has sparked a debate among fans regarding the “proper etiquette” for commenting during BTS’s live broadcasts. Some fans believe that fans should only ask meaningful questions or comments and avoid asking repetitive or inappropriate questions.
It’s worth noting that BTS has a strong relationship with their fans, and the members often interact with fans through social media and live broadcasts. However, it’s important to remember that they are still human beings who can become overwhelmed by the sheer volume of comments and questions. As such, fans should aim to be respectful and considerate in their comments during live broadcasts.