BTS celebrated their 8th birthday for FESTA 2020. Here’s their memories of 2020
The year 2020 was BTS’ biggest year yet and busy too despite the pandemic causing a lot of social interaction to halt and even become nonexistent. In January 2020, BTS released “Black Swan” along with a choreography art film performed by Slovenian-based MN Dance Company as the first single from their fourth Korean-language studio album, Map of the Soul: 7. Map of the Soul: 7 was released on February 21 2020. According to Gaon Chart, Map of the Soul: 7 sold over 4.1 million copies in just nine days after its release.
BTS celebrated their 6th birthday for FESTA 2019. Lets look at their memories of 2018
In May 2018, BTS released their third Korean-language studio album, Love Yourself: Tear in conjunction with an appearance at the 25th Billboard Music Awards. At the show, BTS debuted as performers with the premiere of their lead single, “Fake Love” and won Top Social Artist, making them the only Korean artist to win the award two years in a row.
BTS celebrated their 5th birthday for FESTA 2018. Lets look at their memories of 2017.
In February 2017, BTS released the repackaged edition of Wings (2016), entitled You Never Walk Alone. Pre-orders of the repackage reached over 700,000 copies, breaking the record for most albums sold in a month.
BTS celebrated their 4th year together during FESTA 2017. Lets get into their memories of 2016.
BTS hit major milestones in their career in 2016 and had a lot of records that they broke in music. BTS released their first Korean compilation album and the finale to their “youth series”, The Most Beautiful Moment in Life: Young Forever, was released in May 2016. The album topped Gaon Weekly Chart in Korea for two consecutive weeks and peaked at number 107 on the U.S. Billboard 200.
BTS celebrated their 3rd birthday for their 2016 FESTA. Here’s their memories of 2015
2015 Was a very busy year for BTS as well. Here’s some of the things the member were upto. In support of the album, ” Wake Up” BTS held their 1st Japan Tour 2015 Wake Up: Open Your Eyes in February 2015 to an audience of 25,000 fans in four cities.