BTS Fans Are Going Viral for Drawing Bad Versions of Iconic BTS Moments

Sara Delgado
Pictionary who? We only know #NameThatBTS.

The BTS ARMY has proven time and again why they are one of the best fandoms on the worldwide web. From organizing fundraising events to calling out major TV stations and predicting future collabs based on one-second snack videos, there’s no denying ARMYs run the internet. That’s why it shouldn’t come as a surprise that they have decided to turn the internet into their playground.

Sometime between November 5 and 6, ARMYs transformed Twitter into a giant board game with the hashtag #NameThatBTS. Taking inspiration from the latest Run BTS! episode — which found the septet playing their very own UNO game, as well as various word-guessing and charades games — ARMYs started their own BTS-themed virtual Pictionary on Twitter.

Forming quite the party, BTS fans shared their own renditions of the Bangtan Boys’ most iconic moments, including old gems and comeback content, putting the fandom’s ARMYpedic knowledge to the test and having fun all the while.

A lot of ARMYs kept things meta, offering low- (and, to be honest, high-) quality renderings of some of the boys’ most memorable moments on Run BTS!, like the infamous mint-choco debate episode to the “carbonara” lip-sync game and signature Yoongi transfer student hair toss.

Other ARMYs went the nostalgic route and threw it back all the way to the beginning of the show. Remember the confessional episode with priest platinum-haired Suga? Check. The Bangtan fashion show where Jin dressed J-Hope in an all-pink outfit that he actually managed to pull off? Also check. That very specific moment in the arcade episode when Jin gets (unintentionally?) hit in the groin while playing air-hockey? Got that one as well, masterfully rendered down to the very on point “ㅋ” rounding off the ambience.

Some ARMYs favored equally memorable moments from the septet’s other shows, including Jin and J-Hope (aka 2seok) reenacting the infamous Titanic scene while on a boat in Hawaii for Bon Voyage, and Jin drifting away on his inflatable unicorn (while potentially destroying it?) to Jimin’s amusement in the Summer Package 2017.

And because BTS truly shines brighter through their music, some ARMYs also took the time to draw some of the septet’s most beloved music videos, songs, and live stages for other ARMYs to guess, like “Euphoria,” “Blood, Sweat and Tears,” “Seesaw,” and the Jin-Suga role reversal for the covers of “Awake” and “Never Mind,” and the iconic “Ddaeng” performance.

If you want to join in on the fun, check out some more of our favorites below and see if you can guess the moments yourself.

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