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BTS Fans Celebrate V’s Birthday By Donating To Charities, Adopting

The end of December doesn’t just bring the holidays, it also brings V‘the birthday of!

December 30, BTS member — whose real name is Kim taehyung– turns 26e birthday and ARMY all over the world celebrate alongside him. From adopting tigers to building elementary schools, BTS fans are going out of their way to ‘Snow Flower’ the big day of the act.

Check out how ARMY is celebrating V’s birthday below.

Ahead of V’s birthday, the Malaysian military adopted a white tiger from Ampang Zoo Negara to celebrate the singer. They also collect donations to take care of the tiger, which they named “Kim Taehyung”. This is one of the many anniversary projects that fanclub Taehyung Malaysia has organized this year.

Billboards are a must for any K-pop birthday party, and ARMY certainly didn’t disappoint for V.’s birthday. From a special doll exhibit called TaeTae Land in Seoul to the large murals in Uruguay to city ​​bus, fans spread birthday joy everywhere!

In line with BTS vision to empower young people, Chinese BTS fans, in partnership with Chinese Foundation for Youth Development, organized fundraisers to build the Taehyung Hope Primary School to provide education to young children in rural China.

The project started in July 2020 for the singer’s 25th birthdaye birthday. Following the success of the project, the Chinese fanclub Baidu V bar are about to build another school in the name of V.

What is a birthday without gifts? But, instead of gifts to V himself, ARMY gives gifts to those in need.

From helping underprivileged and homeless children and supporting people with disabilities, to raising funds for animal shelters, fans have organized a series of charity projects to celebrate the BTS member.

The Canadian ARMY has a project up to ‘Winter bear’ alley of the act. Title The Taehyung Grove, this fan project raises funds to plant trees in northern British Columbia to help provide shelter for animals.

BTS are currently on “official extended rest period” following the success of their sold-out sale Permission to dance on stage in LA concerts earlier this month.

Check out V’s latest track “Christmas Tree” here:

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