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Monday June 24, 2024

BTS’ Jin to get plethora of complaints about ‘Astronaut’s character Wootteo

BTS' Jin is set to release from the military duties in upcoming weeks

By Web Desk
May 30, 2024
Jin released Astonaut written by Coldplay before his enlistment
Jin released 'Astonaut' written by Coldplay before his enlistment

Jin from BTS, upon his release from the mandatory military services in a couple of weeks, will be getting myriad complaints about Wootteo.

The 31-year-old South Korean singer-songwriter released a song, Astronaut, written by British band Coldplay, before his enlistment.

He left the character Wootteo from the song’s video for fans to entertain and update them while Jin is busy with military duties. But as the Moon singer went under the radar, Wootteo also stopped updating.

However, as Jin's military discharge date is nearing, the Astronaut character has broken his months-long hiatus and started posting again.

In a recent post, he wrote, "What a line to listen to. Shall we take a road trip?"

This post dividend fans as some warmly welcomed him back while others complained about his absence.

One fan insisted, "I'm gonna tell Jin that you didn't look after us when he enlisted."

Another added sarcastically, "Finally, you remembered us because your dad is coming back..?"

A third fan cried, "AFTER GHOSTING US FOR A WHOLE YEAR.. YOU'RE FINALLY BACK WHEN YOUR DAD IS COMING [crying emojis] IT'S NOT FAIR."

Meanwhile, some fans referred to Wooteo's activity with Chris Martin and his band.

"No! go with your Coldplay hyungs," one fan user said.

Another quipped, "Hey you were going to keep us company while Jin was coming back, but you ghosted us for two years. hahahahahahahaha hope you went cool on the coldplay tour."

These comments referred to the recent past when Martin was sporting Wootteo on his clothing while the band carried the plushie to concerts.