Jungkook plans to eventually go on tour.
The BTS member came over The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Monday to discuss his debut solo album golden, which was released on Friday. When asked about the possibilities of a world tour, Jungkook said that he definitely wants to do it one day.
“I don’t think I have enough songs for that,” Jungkook told the late night host. “So I want to complement them more and make more songs. And maybe when I’m ready, I can do the tour in full swing.”
The album features songs like “3D,” “Closer to You” and “Standing Next to You” with guest appearances from Jack Harlow, Major Lazer, Latto and DJ Snake. Ahead of the release, Jungkook dropped the single “Seven,” which went platinum on Monday and broke the Spotify record for the fastest song 1 billion streams in the history of the music platform.
With his debut album, Jungkook explained to Fallon that that’s what he wanted golden to encompass the universal emotion of love.
“It can affect anyone,” he said. “I wanted to show the change of this emotion. And also in terms of versatility. I wanted to be a solo artist who can master many genres, and that’s what I’m trying to do here.”
Elsewhere in the conversation, the artist also talked about how he spends his days off, what his nickname is and what he is most proud of.
“So, whether I put it lightly or seriously, I think the two things I’m most proud of are ARMY and BTS,” Jungkook said. “If it weren’t for them, I wouldn’t be what I am today.”