Is BTS' brother group at Big Hit Entertainment finally debuting? Fans seem to think so after the entertainment agency of the Bangtan Boys/Beyond The Scene launched a "Coming Soon" website.

On Wednesday, Big Hit unveiled the new website, which has the text "You & Me" and a countdown clock that is ticking down to midnight (South Korea time) of Thursday, Jan. 11. The interactive website also shows the message: "You and I, different but together."

Fans of BTS, which comprises RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook, and Big Hit have been speculating about what the agency could be releasing on Thursday. Among the many speculations posted on Twitter is the release of a new BTS album or new concert dates.

However, more fans seem to be banking on the unveiling of the new Big Hit Entertainment artists who would be BTS' brother group. This is because the teaser wasn't posted on BTS' official Twitter accounts, making it more possible that it is referring to a different artist.

Fans also found a locked account on Twitter that could belong to the new boy group. The Twitter account has the handle @TXT_bighit and has been active since April 2017. This has led to some social media users speculating that the new Big Hit boy group's name could be TXT.

Here's what we know about them so far.

While Big Hit itself hasn't released any information on the new boy group and its members, multiple industry sources said that BTS' brother group will have five members who have an average age of 17, according to Soompi. And fans won't have to worry about them copying BTS' style or music as they will reportedly have a different concept from their fellow Big Hit group.

Big Hit first confirmed the debut of a new boy group in November last year. This upcoming group will be the first artists to debut under Big Hit in six years, the last being BTS in 2013.

As for BTS, the seven-member boy group seems to be reaching new heights every day. Forbes recently revealed that the South Korean boy band is the second best-selling artist in the United States for albums in 2018, and Mattel just announced the release of BTS dolls.

V, Suga, Jin, JungKook, Jimin, J-Hope and RM of BTS attend the Mnet Music Awards in Hong Kong at AsiaWorld–Expo on Dec. 14, 2018 in Hong Kong, Hong Kong. Getty Images/Anthony Kwan