BTS’ ARMY Celebrates 4 Years With Kim Taehyung’s Phrase ‘I Purple You’ & ‘Borahae’, With Special Reasons

Four years ago on November 13, 2016, Kim Taehyung aka V coined the term “I Purple You” translating to “Borahae” in Korean. He said “Do you know what purple means? Purple is the last color of the rainbow colors. Purple means I will trust and love you for a long time… I just made it up. I wish I can see you for a long time. Just like the meaning of purple… we’ll always trust you and go up the stairs with you. You don’t need to help us all the time. You can now hold our hands and follow us now. We’ll go up really high. I’ll make it nice. Thank you so much for allowing us to have a fan meeting, in this kind of big place, A.R.M.Y I love you!”

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BTS V’s “I Purple You” Has Inspired the Creation of a Purple Colored Dessert Named “Borahae” by an Australian MasterChef Contestant

BTS have become huge influences around the world because of their music that speaks to every heart regardless of physical location, geography, time zone, language or race. Despite all their achievements, they remain humble inspiring human beings that teach the world about self love and acceptance. What started as a sign of love between ARMY and BTS has become a global phenomena, the color Purple and what it means. “Borahae” a term coined by V, has found its way into the culinary world. KOI Dessert Bar & Dining owner Reynold Poernomo also a MasterChef Australia contestant, shared his latest dessert creation which is a beautiful purple-colored dessert named “Borahae,” which translates to “I Purple You” The Dessert Bar creates really mind blowing unique desserts that will leave you in awe and inspired by their designs. And to see the chef be inspired by BTS is amazing and the story behind this dessert is what is absolutely heart warming.

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