BTS' Jungkook Reveals He Learned World Cup Opening Choreography On The Eve Of Performance
Jeon Jung-kook, member of the South Korean group BTS, stirred up social networks after admitting in a live that he learned the choreography of Dreamers, hit from the opening of the World Cup in Qatar, just one day before the performance.

The statement that shocked fans came shortly after his performance, through the Weverse application, widely used by the singers of the Asian band to communicate with admirers and followers. In the live video, lasting 12 minutes, the 25-year-old singer spoke about his experience in the country and backstage details of the beautiful opening before the games.

Jungkook told the ARMYs that he learned the Dreamers dance after arriving in the country, the day before performing for the whole world.

- I learned the choreography by myself as soon as I arrived, I learned it by watching a video and added a little bit of my style. I performed well like that.

He detailed that, when he was ready to go to sleep, he turned on the music and stayed up all night practicing the parts of the choreography, going to bed only at six in the morning. Even though he dedicated himself to the fullest, the artist stated that he was not completely satisfied with the presentation.

- Honestly, I can't say that I was satisfied, but it was very lucky that there were no big mistakes and I could at least enjoy it a little. I think that was a relief.

He also reported that he felt nervous after singing:

- Before going on stage I did some monitoring and everyone said I was nervous. Is correct. (laughs) Honestly, it would be a lie to say that I wasn't nervous. I was fine, but when I got offstage after performing, I felt that I was a little nervous.

The star performed alongside Fahad Al-Kubaisi, a very renowned singer in the host country of this year's world championships. The hit debuted at number two on the global charts on Spotify, reaching number thirty-six on the Brazilian charts.