The popular South Korean pop band BTS has been gaining a lot of attention for their magical music, their fashion, and their immense love for their fans.
Recently, RM is in the limelight for all good reasons. He took to his Twitter page and thanked ARMY for helping “Butter” debut at No.1 on the Billboard “Hot 100” Chart. He tweeted saying, “No, but I just logged into Weverse musun129… Thank you so much, and I miss you”.
After RM’s latest tweet, fans are wondering what does musun129 means? Well, if you are also thinking what does this mean, then you are not alone. After “musun129” trended, Channel A thought of clearing the confusion and answering ARMY.
According to the reports, in the Gyeongsang Province dialect, Musun129 is slang for “What’s going on?” or “What’s happening?” This is because “일이고” (il-igo) in “무슨 일이고” (museun il-igo) sounds like the numbers one, two, and nine. One is “일” (il), two is “이”(i, pronounced “ee”), and nine is “고” (go).
Well, RM is helping us learn something new every day and we are glad.
Well, a few days back V posted a video of himself dancing to Butter song. But he later deleted his video and fans could not believe it. Well, later they thought that it might have been V’s attempt to stop the video from appearing on the news.
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