The group Bangtan boy band (RM, Jean, Sugar, Jihop, Jimin, Vu, Chungkuk) decorated the global edition of TIME.
On October 10 (TIME), TIME published an interview with BTS on magazine covers and bulletproof boys’ models on the official Twitter website.
The interview took place under the title ‘How BTS IS Taking Over the World’.
Jay Hop said in an interview with TIME: “The only difference between us is that we are very aware of the importance of the team.
Leader RM (Al) is in English, “As a Korean, we love our country and are very proud, and it is very glorious to be called a K pop delegate (as a Korean we love our country and we’re proud of our country so and it’s even just an honor to be an ambassador of Korean K-pop. ”
Suga said, “Our father and mother’s generation were born after the Korean War, and when we were young, we could not eat or be dressed up. Now, our generation, our son, our son, is representing Korea and representing Korea. I am very proud of my father and grandmother ‘s generation than the young generation these days, I am delighted to see the news, and I am delighted that my father is proud of it.
When BTS arrived in 2013, it was clear they would play by new rules. They were formed by Bang Si-hyuk, a K-pop renegade who left a major label to start his own enterprise. He chose young stars that appeared to have an edge, beginning with RM, who was initially a part of Korea’s underground rap scene. And although BTS has idol elements—the slick aesthetics, the sharp choreography, the fun-loving singles—they also embrace their flaws.
Their first release, “No More Dream,” took on the ways Korean kids feel stymied by societal expectations; RM recorded a song with Wale that alludes to the importance of activism; Suga released a mixtape addressing his depression. “We started to tell the stories that people wanted to hear and were ready to hear, stories that other people could not or would not tell,” Suga says. “We said what other people were feeling—like pain, anxieties and worries.”
They convey these messages in their music videos, loaded with metaphors and cultural references; in their social media updates; and in the lyrics of their music, which fans translate and analyze on message boards, group chats and podcasts. “That was our goal, to create this empathy that people can relate to,” Suga continues.
On July 9 and 10 at the O2 arena in London, UK, a bunch of boycotts who have finished their tour in North America after a concert in New York City Field,Your self) ‘European tour continues.