Two Pakistani BTS fans reportedly ran away from home to meet the K-pop juggernauts

On January 11, Pakistani news sources revealed that two Pakistani adolescent young ladies said to be fanatics of the K-pop gathering BTS supposedly took off from home trying to get to South Korea to meet the Explosive artists.

It is accounted for that the two Pakistani BTS fans were 13 and 14 years old and disappeared from their home in Karachi, Pakistan, on January 7. It was subsequently revealed that they had taken off from their home determined to go to South Korea to meet BTS.

The young ladies were subsequently found protected and sent back to their folks’ home.

After a broad pursuit by the police, the young ladies were tracked down in Lahore, one more city in Pakistan, in a supposedly hopeless condition. Rail line authorities revealed that the young ladies had masked themselves as young men trying to slip by everyone’s notice.

The young ladies were brought to the police headquarters for addressing, where they uncovered that on account of their folks’ detached disposition towards their adoration for Bangtan, they willingly volunteered to go to South Korea to meet them.

Culture columnist Rabia Mehmood addressed American media house CNN with regards to this issue. She uncovered that this isn’t is business as usual as “stans” (no-nonsense BTS aficionados) of any sort are fit for enjoying such way of behaving for their objects of worship.

Rabia Mehmood trusts that later on, there will be more coordinated and open spaces for fans to draw in with their godlike objects and express their adoration for them in a solid way without making such irresponsible strides.

BTS acquired various selections at the 2023 iHeartRadio Music Grants. The septet caught assignments in the ‘Best Music Video’ classification for the track On the way from their commemoration collection Verification .

The gathering’s most youthful part Jung Nutcase likewise stowed an independent designation for ‘Best Music Video’ for his hit collab track Left and Right, highlighting Charlie Puth.

Bangtan has won significant honors at iHeartRadio Music Grants beginning around 2018 including ‘Best Music Video’ and ‘Best Fan Armed force’, and was likewise assigned for ‘Best Pair/Gathering of the Year’ in 2020 and 2021.

This year, notwithstanding, Bangtan was prohibited from significant honor assignments, and that hasn’t gone down well with their fans, who accept they basically merited being selected in the ‘Best Team/Gathering of the Year’ class.