In this extended interview, James welcomes BTS back to the Late Late Show couch after not seeing each other in person for 2 years and RM cuts to the chase to clear the air with Papa Mochi. After, James congratulates the band on their GRAMMY nomination and AMA wins before asking if they still get nerves before their performances. And the big question of the night: has Baby Mochi been in the gym?!

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37 thought on “BTS & Papa Mochi Are Reunited!”
  1. The issue with the “joke” that was made is that it’s belittling. It’s belittling BTS and all of their hard work, heartfelt messages, and well deserved achievements. It’s belittling ARMY and it’s also belittling 15 year old girls. ARMY are more than just one group. We are every gender, color, sexuality, age, nationality — everything. Our large and diverse family deserves to be recognized as such. Next, something being liked by a 15 year old girl should not be an insult— that’s degrading. If you laugh at everything a young developing woman enjoys, how will she be able to pursue her own life without insecurity?

    I am not justifying death threats— no one should be told such a thing. What I am doing is standing against the “joke” that was made and explaining why I find it to be distasteful, especially from someone who I would expect to be more informed about BTS and ARMY.

    Overall, I find his ‘apology’ to be lacking, nonexistent, and insincere. It seems like he’s addressing it cause ppl got mad at him, not because he regrets/understands what he has done. I’m disappointed, but unfortunately not surprised.