BTS‘s longtime fan has been cheering them on since their trainee days, and now she’s celebrating their GRAMMY nomination for “Dynamite”!
When BTS were trainees, they frequently dined at Yoojung Sikdang, a restaurant now known as “the BTS restaurant”. The owner, Kang Sun Ja, has many fond memories from that time. In an interview, she recalled how hard the members worked to make their dreams come true.
Their success is not just pure luck but thanks to their effort. They really put their blood and sweat into their work. At times I felt like their parents would feel for their children if they saw them.
When they practiced so hard, they would come upstairs from the studio in the basement with their T-shirts and hair all covered in sweat. They would practice every day from the morning to 10 p.m., sometimes they would just practice the night away. They worked that hard.
— Kang Sun Ja
Like a proud parent, she celebrated “our Bangtan’s” No.1 on Billboard‘s “Hot 100” chart with cake and a song.
Now, Yoojung Sikdang’s owners are celebrating BTS’s achievements once again. “Dynamite” did not win “Best Pop Duo/Group Performance”, but the owners are proud of all that BTS has achieved.
“Tannies~,” they wrote. “You kids have written a lot to get to this point. You worked hard. Kim Namjoon, Kim Seokjin, Min Yoongi, Jung Hoseok, Park Jimin, Kim Taehyung, and Jeon Jungkook, I’ll always cheer for you. Love you.”
여기까지 오느라 애 많이 썼다
— 이모 (@yujeong_8_8) March 15, 2021
Check out BTS’s reaction to the GRAMMY Award results here: