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BTS reveals how much pocket money they give to relatives during Chuseok

In their latest live stream, BTS members reveal how much pocket money they usually give their loved ones during Chuseok.

Read on to find out more.

BTS releases Chuseok ahead of the relevant families

Currently BTS is preparing for the upcoming free concert Still in Busan as part of the city’s bid for World Expo 2030. However, despite the busy schedule, members still took time to celebrate the important holiday, Chuseok, with their ARMY fans.

On September 8, seven members of BTS gathered together wearing hanboki to broadcast live on Weverse to spend a vacation with their fans.

As they wore beautiful hanboki, traditional Korean clothing, members were showered with praise for continuing to promote Korean culture to the world.

(Photo: Weverse: BTS)
BTS

In particular, members asked each other what they were doing during Chuseok and when they were taking an indefinite break from group activities.

In fact, this would be one of the few cases where members could spend vacations with their families as they have hardly had any rest in the last nine years of their careers.

To this end, a member of Jin revealed that he had returned home to his family to spend Chuseok with them earlier. J-Hope also revealed that he did the same considering that traffic at Chuseok is always heavy.

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BTS reveals how much pocket money they give to relatives during Chuseok

(Image: Weverse: BTS via Insight)
BTS

They then talked about some of the memories they have with their families when Chuseok is hanging around, such as road trips, fun fights, and more.

BTS reveals the amount of pocket money they give their relatives while on vacation in Chuseok

They also talked about pocket money, i.e. red envelopes, which they received from their relatives.

Now that members are old enough to give pocket money to their younger relatives, they wondered how much would be enough for them.

BTS reveals how much pocket money they give to relatives during Chuseok

(Image: Weverse: BTS via Insight)
V (left) and Jungkook (right)

V asked, “If you are giving too much, a little … How much are you giving?”

To this end, Jin revealed that he would donate approximately KRW 50,000 (approximately $ 36) to KRW 100,000 (approximately $ 77) to his relatives and siblings, the same amount he received when he was a child.

Hearing this, J-Hope expressed his surprise and asked, “Isn’t that too much?”

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BTS reveals how much pocket money they give to relatives during Chuseok

(Image: Weverse: BTS via Insight)
(left to right) Jin, Jimin and RM

To which Jin replied that prices have been very high these days and that even middle and high school students tend to be around 10,000 KRW (about $ 7) to 20,000 KRW (about $ 14) these days. In fact, he even feels like he is giving far too little.

Upon hearing this, RM sympathized with Jin and added, “These days, even children wear luxurious shoes.”

Meanwhile, BTS will host a free live concert in Busan on October 15, KST at Busan Asiad Main Stadium.

Check out the live stream here.

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With a script by Robyn Joan

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