To promote the solo debut of Jungkook, the youngest member of the internationally known K-pop (BTS) group, an ARMY member in Karachi named Alina put up posters of Seven all over the city.
The fact that Alina’s fellow Pakistani ARMYs were excited and happy about bv her efforts shows how popular the group is in the area. Alina is a big fan of BTS and has been a member of the ARMY for six years. She took the lead in promoting Jungkook’s solo launch by putting up Seven signs all over Gulistan-e-Johar, Karachi.
With the help of her father, Alina was able to put up signs in important places like the Pedestal Bridge opposite Karachi University, Universal Medicos, near Continental Bakery, next to Stylo at Kamran Chowrangi, Dar ul Sehat, and Rufi Lake Drive gate Perfume Chowk.
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“Seven posters were seen all over the world in many different countries,” Alina told The Express Tribune. “Some were officially distributed by their company (Hybe, a South Korean multinational founded by Bang Si-hyuk as Big Hit Entertainment Co in 2005), and some were only put up by ARMYs because they love Jungkook.
However, Pakistan had not done it yet. So, I wanted to put some up in my city, Karachi, too.” She thanked her father for helping her with the job, which would have been hard to do on her own.
“There were definitely some curious faces looking at what we were putting on the walls and even asking us about them, but they weren’t judging us at all,” said the young BTS fan. She also said that her goal was to “make Pakistani ARMYs happy and feel like they were heard.”