BTS Jimin’s time at the center of attention accompanied something reasonable of battles and he isn’t reluctant to get real over them all.
The artist opened up about it all while viewing a soccer match in Break The Silence: The Movie. There he was cited saying, “Even with loss, I learned a lot of things. And I’ve also gained things in the process. But in the beginning, I felt that I’d lost my friends—the people who see me as I truly am—as well as my freedom. That’s how I felt at first.”
Even however toward the beginning of his vocation Jimin thought he’d have the option to dismiss the companions he made, he wound up being off-base. “When we debuted, I didn’t need all those things. I thought, ‘It’s okay. I don’t need them. I’ll do what I have to do.’ Those were my thoughts.”
Without companions and close associates close by, Jimin began to slip into depression and misery. “What I was doing at the time was so important that it didn’t matter if other people looked at me strangely or left my side. Then, when I got halfway, I started feeling loneliness. And, that feeling of loneliness made me notice the people around me.”
Despite the misery and misfortune nonetheless, he held an uplifting standpoint to life. “It’s hard to definitively say that I lost something because there were things I gained in the process.”
“For instance, even if I lost friends, I learned who my real friends were and got to make new friends. It may have felt like I lost my freedom, but I’m enjoying even greater freedom. I think I got to learn these things as I grew and matured.”