He's had every color of the rainbow by now.

By Christopher Luu
Updated Apr 14, 2020 @ 5:30 pm
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World-famous K-pop powerhouses aren't immune to viral quarantine coffee beverages, so it was only a matter of time before the boys of BTS tried their hand at dalgona coffee. However, in the VLIVE stream that documented the process of whipping and sipping, BTS's Jimin didn't just show off his skills in the kitchen, he let viewers (along with BTS's de-facto leader, RM) see his new hair: it's black again.

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The last time that fans got a glimpse of Jimin, he was blond. And in the band's last music video, he had colored hair (purple, lavender, pink, take your pick). So, it was a shock to see him go to the opposite end of the color spectrum without taking a few stops between. Back in May 2019, when the band was embarking on its North American tour, Allure reported that he'd gone back to black just a week after showing up to the Billboard Music Awards with a peachy-coral hue. With that return to his roots, the term "Jimin has black hair" made it to Twitter's top trends in Malaysia, the U.S., South Korea, and Austria. The more recent reveal hasn't jumped into the Twitter ether just yet, but it's only a matter of time.

And as for Jimin's barista skills, fans described the entire process as chaotic, since the two Korean crooners were doing everything by hand.

In the end, they decided that ordering delivery was easier than manual labor and for many of the people who've tried their hand at making the viral sip, let's just say that Jimin and RM aren't exactly wrong.