Recently, reports emerged that K-pop group BTS will be taking a two-month hiatus from August to September of this year. The boys are said to be stepping away from "touring, performing, and potentially overworking themselves," according to Elite Daily. This announcement has left fans wondering what they will be doing for that time period and how they can keep up with the "Boy With Luv" singers in the meantime.

The Donga report, which was translated by Koreaboo, stated that while they are technically taking an official break, they will still be working on solo projects, going back into the studio, and filming "commercial shoots and content productions."

The K-pop group performed their "Love Yourself" concerts from August 2018 to this past April. They went out on the road again for their "Love Yourself: Speak Yourself" stadium tour from May 2019 to this July. This intense touring schedule does not factor in additional appearances and events that they participated in during that timeframe.

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This break is thought to allow the boys some time with their friends and families. Additionally, it is speculated that they may split up to go back to their hometowns and "reconnect with individuals outside of their music careers."

Before the hiatus is slated to begin, the group does have one more confirmed concert at the Lotte Duty Free Family Concert on Aug. 11, according to Elite Daily.

Fans may be wondering how they can keep up with the boys in the meantime. One place to do so is on their Twitter, @BTS_twt. Their YouTube channel is also a great place to see what they're up to, which you can find at BANGTANTV. Additionally, BTS'VLIVE always provides consistent content on the group, along with Weverse, a community platform for fans.

BTS performs onstage during the Billboard Music Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 20, 2018, in Las Vegas. Getty Images/Kevin Winter