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Google wishes BTS fans a happy 9th anniversary of the Army!

Happy 9th anniversary of the Army Google wishes BTS fans On July 9, ARMY, the fan base for the K-pop boy band BTS, will have been around for nine years.

ARMY is an abbreviation that stands for “Adorable Representative M.C. for Youth.”

The day before the anniversary, BTS gave its fans a video as a gift. In the short clip, each member of the band (RM, Jimin, Suga, J-Hope, Jin, Jungkook, and V) says one sentence of a statement out loud.

“We spent a lot of time together.” I’m so glad we get to talk about our memories in this way, “they said. Whether we were close or far away, song and dance made me feel like we were very close. Every moment we spent together was also a moment we spent with you. We feel very lucky to be a part of your story. With a thankful heart, I look forward to writing more stories with you in the future. “The best is still to come.”

In the last line of their statement, BTS talks about their song “Yet to Come,” which is on their new album Proof.


BTS fans celebrate Army Day in a special way


Google, the biggest search engine, also helped BTS fans celebrate Army Day in a special way. When someone googles “BTS” after July 8, a purple heart will appear next to the band’s name. If you click on the heart, you’ll see a bunch of purple balloons floating across your screen. Once you’ve found this Easter egg, you can also pop the balloons by clicking on them. The balloons with microphones inside are extra fun because when you pop them, you can hear a message from one of the BTS members.

In a statement, Google’s lead delight features software engineer, told Variety in a statement, “BTS has such a positive energy that we wanted to bring some of that to Search.” “I’m a fan, so I was thrilled to be able to work on this project!”

Check it for yourself by going to your search bar.