As part of the celebration for the 27th birthday of J-Hope, a member of the Korean boy band BTS , in the evening show, Ventaneando , they made an exclusive for its celebration and, on open television, they dedicated “Las mañanitas” to the also rapper, choreographer and dancer.
The presenter Mónica Castañeda assured that the Mexican fans of BTS "are the best, the most scandalous and the most organized . " By generating conversation on social networks, the fans placed the member of the band as a national trend after a proposal in which A RMY, the name by which the followers of BTS are known , asked the official BBVA Mexico account to illuminate the tower from its headquarters in Mexico City in honor of Jung Ho-seok , better known as J-Hope.
On its official Twitter account, the institution noted that they loved the idea of celebrating through a light show by “ Sol de ARMY ”and during the night of February 17, in one of the most emblematic skyscrapers in the center of the country, the show dedicated to the celebration of the birthday boy from South Korea was held , which lasted approximately five minutes. To avoid crowds and as a preventive measure to avoid contagion by the coronavirus disease, the show was broadcast live on social networks and most fans were able to watch it from the comfort of their homes.
In addition to the lighting, ARMY managed to place spectacular allusions to the musician's birthday in different parts of the city center . Also, thanks to the organization of the fans, it was possible to spread the project of J-Hope's birthday celebration through capsules transmitted by ISATV, a television station in charge of reproducing information and content on the screens of the Metro Collective Transportation System. (STCM) of the CDMX,. Given this, several groups of followers reported that the broadcast of the video where they congratulate Jung Ho-seok can be seen on different lines of the STCM until next February 28.
Although another of his achievements was to congratulate the singer through open television , as happened in the Ventaneando program, many fans were dissatisfied due to comments that “had nothing to do” with J's birthday. -Hope.
Through Twitter, some fans pointed out that, although initially the exclusive of the evening program was very well done, almost at the end of it there were unfortunate comments from some drivers, placing special emphasis on Pedrito Sola, who, according to What was tweeted by some Internet users, diverted the conversation regarding the celebration and called the members of the band “androgynous” and also took the opportunity to talk about the sexual orientation and image of the members of the k-pop band.
Likewise, users of this social network showed their dissatisfaction because the drivers mentioned during their note to the government of the People's Republic of China and their alleged complaint about BTS since they argue that the young people of this nation "are losing their virility" , This was stated by the presenter Ricardo Manjarrez.
At the end of the program, a large number of followers of the Korean k-pop group thanked Jung Ho-seok for having dedicated a space to him despite the “unnecessary comments” from the hosts.
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