As the most influential Kpop band, BTS has amassed a legion of devoted fans who are eager to learn as much as they can about the group’s members, so we’ve compiled an exhaustive list of their ages, from oldest to youngest, for the year 2022.
The BTS Fandom is on the lookout for the age range of BTS members from 2022 onward. In light of this, we have revised the age ranking of the BTS members from oldest to youngest as of 2022. Read on to learn fascinating facts about the members of BTS, including the ages of Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V, and Jungkook, and who among them is the youngest.
Here Are the BTS Members in 2022.
The majority of the population of the universe is obsessed with the Kpop Boy Band BTS, who have achieved unprecedented levels of fame and popularity. They have a worldwide fan base that overwhelmingly supports and adores them.
The fans in the BTS Army are looking for the most recent ranking of the group’s members by age as of 2022. The table showing BTS Members Oldest to Youngest 2022 has been revised to reflect the most up-to-date information on the band members’ ages and birth years.
Who Among BTS Members Is The Eldest?
- As the group’s Maknae (oldest member), Jin is the senior member.
- The ages of every member of BTS are listed below…
- J-Hope was born on February 18, 1994, making him 27 years old.
- RM’s birthdate is September 12, 1994, which makes him 26 years old as well.
- Jimin was born on October 13, 1995, making him 25 years old.
- At 28 years old, Jin is BTS’s senior member. On December 4th, 1992, he was born.
- Suga was born on March 9, 1993, making him 28 years old.
- V was born on December 30, 1995, making him 25 years old.
- As of today, September 1, 2017, Jungkook, the youngest member of BTS, will be 24.
In 2013, when BTS first appeared, Jin, the group’s eldest member, would have been only 20. As part of South Korean law, some of the boys may soon be required to disband in order to serve in the military. In 2020, however, a law was approved allowing the group to further their professional lives.
Having been recognized for its worldwide cultural impact in 2018, BTS has been taking advantage of the law’s new provision to delay its duty since that year. This choice ensures the group’s continued prosperity for another year.
During a Heated Argument Between v And Jin, He Acted as A Mediator.
In 2017, during the Wings Tour, V and Jin got into an argument that became really hot, bringing out a lot of passion and bringing both of them to the point of tears right before they had to go on stage. Their documentary, Burn The Stage, captured the brawl that ensued. Ten minutes before the performance was set to begin, RM pointed out a mistake in the choreography’s timing, which sparked an altercation. V warned Jin that he needed to speed up, and Jin replied that he was trying his hardest.
RM almost had to interfere since the fight was getting nasty. RM went to give V a hug before the show and gave the band a pep talk, reminding them that they are a unit and not just individuals when they perform. After the show, he made sure everyone was okay, and he and the other band members discussed how stressful it had been to get ready to perform in front of the crowd.