BTS are only just back off their extended break and already theyre looking towards the future.
The band are hoping to continue their K-pop reign for another decade, as long as their bodies agree to do the same.
RM, Jimin, Suga, J-Hope, Jin, Jungkook and Jimin have cemented themselves as the biggest band in K-pop and the biggest boyband in the world, six years after their debut, and are not planning on slowing down.
Suga, 26, told The Hollywood Reporter: As long as our bodies hold up, well be doing the same thing in 10 years.
While Jimin, 23, said: Were not really compelling each other to keep this going. Its nothing like that. We just have so much fun together singing and dancing that we want it to continue.
Awww – thats our boys.
Group leader RM, 25, also showed how hungry they are to maintain their success while sharing their incredible self-belief.
Namjoon said: We have to consider ourselves not just better [than other K-pop acts], but the best. When were out there on that stage, were there to conquer. We think were the ones.
The Boy With Luv singers recently returned from their well-deserved holiday, which was enforced by their agency Big Hit Entertainment, and the band told the magazine that they were planning on spending time with their families.
RM chose to visit Venice, and said: Im just a young man who likes to watch Stranger Things on Netflix and loves to eat and drink beer. But I turn on CNN and BBC and theyre talking about our vacation.
It feels like were living in a different world.
Now theyre back from their break, the boys are looking forward to the 2020 Grammys, having entered Boy With Luv, their single with Halsey, to be nominated for Song of the Year, Record of the Year, Best Pop Duo/Group Performance and Best Music Video.
They have also entered Map Of The Soul: Persona for Album of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Album, while the soundtrack for their game BTS WORLD has been entered for consideration in the Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media category.
Nominees for the 2020 Grammys will be announced on 20 November.