BTS released their "Make It Right" remix recently and the track's music video is a tribute to their fanbase - ARMY.
On October 18, the group revealed a new version of the track, which was co-written by Ed Sheeran and originally appeared on BTS' album, Map of the Soul: Persona. However, instead of Sheeran, the song now features the singer/songwriter Lauv, who lends his vocals for the English verses.
You can take a listen to the "Make It Right" track below...
BTS have been going non-stop since debuting in 2013, and it was no surprised when, back in August, they announced they would be taking a very much needed break.
The hiatus has apparently left some fans nervous that the septet might not return. Thankfully, the group addressed breakup rumours during a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter, assuring fans that they're not going anywhere.
"It's not a big deal," Suga, through a translator, told the outlet for its latest cover story. "It's literally a vacation.
"I'm just a young man who likes to watch Stranger Things on Netflix and loves to eat and drink beer," RM added. "But I turn on CNN and BBC and they're talking about our vacation. It feels like we're living in a different world."
In case that's not convincing enough, RM also detailed the group's experience presenting at the GRAMMYs earlier this year. "When we were presenting, we said that 'We will be back!', so hopefully we can keep our words," he said, implying he hopes one day BTS will take home a golden gramophone of their own. "It would be an absolute dream come true. Just thinking about it is thrilling."
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It's true! BTS have finally joined the video sharing app TikTok, and fans are already loving their posts.
The South Korean boy band excited their fans with an spectacular September 25 announcement on their Twitter profile: they’ve made their own TikTok channel!
The band is on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram; TikTok is only the next platform for them to go viral. There are only two videos on their channel so far, but they’re obviously the best kind of videos. The first video shows the boyband posing for some photos while their hit song with Halsey, “Boy With Luv” plays.
The second video shows the whole band — Jungkook, RM, Jimin, J-Hope, V, Jin, and Suga — clapping and cheering on as they celebrate the launch of their new TikTok channel. Though most of the video is in their native Korean, at one point RM shouts in English, “Our TikTok channel is finally open!!”
ARMYs are joyed about their favourite group joining the app. Others joked (well, some were serious) that they only downloaded TikTok because of their love for BTS.
“The things we do for BTS. Proves our love can withstand anything ?,” one ARMY commented. “I literally downloaded TikTok because of bts ? ??,” another confessed, with one ARMY adding, “Never thought I would make a TikTok account but here I am. Anyway, ARMYs Purple You BTS!!!???.” So cute!
BTS's Jimin has recently opened up about how he copes with the group's hard times in the third episode of the Bring The Soul docuseries.
Much like Bring The Soul: The Movie, which hit international theaters earlier this summer, the follow-up Bring The Soul docuseries highlights the septet’s journey during their 2018 Love Yourself world tour. The docu-series currently airs weekly exclusively on the band’s Weverse app, and this week’s episode, entitled “Relationship,” had the BTS ARMY reaching for tissues.
In particular, fans have been focused on one moment: Jungkook and Jimin’s candid conversation.
Towards the middle of the episode, Jimin shares a post-concert chat over dinner with Jungkook and opens up about coping with the group's "hard” times. “You didn’t hear what I said that day, right? They said, after drinking, I came to the hotel and asked for more soju. Then, I said I'm really lonely,” Jimin begins recounting to Jungkook. “I cried talking about the members.”
Jungkook then teasingly asks Jimin if he cried because he liked his fellow members too much, and Jimin then cuts straight to the feels. "Not because I like you guys so much, but because you guys were all going through hard times. I was too."
"Everyone was telling me not to think too much into it. But in my opinion, we are a team and we'll be together in the future, so how can I not care? I kept saying that's not a team then. You know what I’m talking about right? You understand it’s impossible not to care,” Jimin then says, to which JK agrees.
“If you're sad, just remember that Jimin cried not because he was having a hard time but because the rest of BTS was having a hard time too. Now be sadder,” an ARMY wrote on Twitter. “Drunk jimin told bts that the whole separate rooms in the hotel isnt a good idea bc he will feel lonely and when he opens up to them he cried bc he cares about them so much :(( im so sad tell me how am i supposed to live with this info?” another one added.
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BTS is taking some well deserved time to relax.
The K-pop group’s label ,Big Hit Entertainment, took to Twitter on August 11 to announce that the singers are taking an “official and extended period of rest and relaxation,” noting that their scheduled appearance at Sunday’s Lotte Duty Free Family Concert will be the group's last performance prior to their rest period.
“This period of rest will be an opportunity for the members of BTS, who have relentlessly driven themselves towards their goal since their debut, to recharge and prepare to present themselves anew as musicians and creators,” the statement continued. “This will also provide them with a chance to enjoy the ordinary lives of young people in their 20s, albeit briefly.”
Big Hit Entertainment concluded by asking fans to respect the singers’ privacy should they have a “chance encounter” with the group in public. “BTS will return refreshed and recharged to return all the love you have and continue to show them.