Jungkook, the youngest member of BTS, has recently released his new solo single, “3D (feat. Jack Harlow),” and fans are buzzing with excitement. This marks Jungkook’s second solo single, following “Seven (feat. Latto),” and is the third release in his solo catalog, including his feature on Charlie Puth’s “Left And Right.”
With each new song, anticipation for a full album from Jungkook has been steadily growing among ARMYs. While he previously mentioned that he was working on a full album, he was uncertain about its release timing.
However, during an appearance on Suchwita on July 29 (KST), Jungkook hinted at a tentative timeline for his solo activities. He mentioned that after his debut solo single, he would release another single, followed by a mini album expected to drop by November.
In a recent interview with Audacy after the release of “3D,” the interviewer asked him about his plans for the remainder of 2023. Jungkook responded by suggesting that his album might be coming soon, elevating fans’ expectations to new heights.
While he only teased the release of the mini album, some ARMYs believe they’ve decoded the possible release date, thanks to hints dropped in the “3D” music video.
BTS members are known for leaving subtle spoilers in plain sight, often going unnoticed until later. Jungkook had given clear hints about “3D” during a dinner with TXT and Bang Si Hyuk after the MTV VMAs, and observant ARMYs quickly connected the dots.
Now, fans are on high alert for the next hint, with many speculating that it was concealed within the “3D” music video. A brief solo shot in the video features a payphone poster with the number “10” prominently displayed. Fans found it peculiar to focus on this random poster unless it had a deliberate purpose.
Considering the significance of the number “10” and Jungkook’s rough timeline mentioned on Suchwita, ARMYs are speculating that his first album might be released on November 10. This theory gains credibility as the date falls on a Friday, aligning with industry norms for album releases.