BTS‘s Jungkook is the definition of a professional. When an inconvenience happens on stage, he recovers so smoothly that many people might not even notice. Check out 8 times he impressed everyone with his quick recoveries!
1. When he caught the flying accessory
It might not be obvious to the human eye what’s happening here at first!
순발력 개쩌는 정구기 볼래? pic.twitter.com/6fDVTF8wMq
— 🐢구기정 ᵏᵒᵒᵒᵒ⁹⁰¹ (@googie_jung) December 10, 2021
The lanyard hanging from Jungkook’s pants is shown below.
In the slowed down clip, his own hand actually sends it flying. However, he quickly recovers by catching it with the other hand and tossing it away to discard it.
2. Effortlessly zipping up his boot to the beat of “ON”
He makes everything look purposeful!
3. When his own necklace got in his way
He made sure to immediately get rid of it.
— 김석철 (@PR0M1SE_M3) May 15, 2017
4. Fixing his microphone during “Fake Love”
He doesn’t miss a single dance move as he recovers from the faulty mic.
Jungkook had problems with his mic and he tried to fix while he still danced to fake love this professionalism pic.twitter.com/x8dQRwIF4j
— francesca (@stxrryjeon) December 12, 2018
5. Adjusting his seat in “Dionysus”
The subtle movement helps the members stay symmetrical and have optimal room to sit down for the song’s ending pose.
6. When he helped J-Hope recover his missing shoe
During a moment when he was singing, he put the shoe next to J-Hope so he could easily put it back on.
For you 무대 도중에 신발 벗겨진 호비형 보고서 안무동선 맞을 때 노래하면서 신발 갖다주는 정국이 왕자님같져 (˘̩̩̩ε˘̩ƪ) pic.twitter.com/55ADcfeI6t
— 🐢구기정 ᵏᵒᵒᵒᵒ⁹⁰¹ (@googie_jung) March 19, 2021
7. Letting the crowd know he’s okay
During a performance of “Euphoria,” he slipped and fell.
However, he immediately let the crowd know he was okay so they wouldn’t worry.
8. Picking up Jimin’s mic pack that fell
During the ending of “Fire,” he removed it so nobody would get injured from it.
무대 위 대처능력조차 남다른 정국이,,, 자세히 보면 지민이 인이어본체 떨궜는데 아무렇지 않게 안무하다가 자연스럽게 줍는 것봐ㅠㅠㅠㅠ… 어떻게 안 사랑하겠어,,,,,( pic.twitter.com/TBwTXOsaV8
— 미역˚✧˳༚ (@miyeok_jk) August 9, 2020