It’s no secret that BTS‘s Jungkook is incredibly brave and willing to try just about anything.
Jungkook on his iconic Euphoria flying pole as he enters the stage scene. THIS IS SICK GOOD❤️🔥 pic.twitter.com/GT295F5hMj
— taekook 📂 (@taekookfolder) April 4, 2022
jungkook running on the falling floor in fake love mv pic.twitter.com/PbKFQ9WysC
— random jk things (@randomjungkook) September 7, 2021
Jungkook really out there doing the bungee jumping UPSIDE DOWN, he's so extreme, he always takes things to another level
— taekook 📂 (@taekookfolder) December 17, 2019
He’s even specified that “real-life things” scare him more than any sort of music video set.
that time jungkook said 'real-life things' like microwaves scare him more than dangerous mv sets pic.twitter.com/UtEgx49fVU
— jungkook admirer (@dreamjeons) December 27, 2021
And Jungkook has once again proven that to be true in the behind-the-scenes filming for “Yet To Come,” where he fearlessly posed on top of the iconic school bus.
He doesn’t hesitate, which he explains is because he’s “been up on so many high places.”
I’ve been up on so many high places. It wasn’t really special.
And while he didn’t feel any fear while standing on top of the school bus, Jungkook did get emotional, reminiscing about BTS’s past.
What was really special was all those props that reminded me of our past. That felt special.
Having done a bunch of different feats of bravery before, not much impresses Jungkook anymore.
I’ve been here, done that. I’ve flown in the sky.
There is, however, one daring activity that Jungkook admits he would be impressed by.
It has to be at least skydiving that can impress me now.
Maybe Jungkook will get the opportunity to try skydiving in the future.
You can read more about the “Yet To Come” filming here.