“Break the Silence: The Movie” is a 2020 South Korean documentary film directed by Park Jun-soo and produced by Big Hit Three Sixty, featuring the behind-the-scenes of BTS’ 2018–2019 “Love Yourself World Tour.” It was promoted as the sequel to the band’s 2019 film “Bring the Soul: The Movie,” released on September 10, 2020 in select countries. The film is an adaptation of the band’s third documentary series, “Break The Silence: Docu-Series,” that was released on the fan platform Weverse in May.Continue reading “BTS’ “Break The Silence: The Movie” is Nominated for Best Music Documentary at The 2021 MTV Movie & TV Awards”
American TV Host Conan O’Brien got a follow from BTS as well as a Selca apology from BTS’ j-hope, after the “Curtain” Incident, Conan is Winning At Life…
On 6th May Conan Obrien reacted to BTS’ j-hope’s calling him “curtain” in their latest RUN BTS Episode. During the show BTS played a game where the producer shows a picture of a celebrity to BTS and then one of the members take turns to answer the name of the celebrity in a quick fire sort of way.Continue reading “BTS’ j-hope Apologizes To Conan O’Brien For Accidentally Calling Him “Curtain” On Their Official Twitter Handle & is Now Following Him!”
“KIM SEOKJIN,” “seokjin” “WORLDWIDE HANDSOME” Trended Worldwide in 10 Minutes after BTS’ Jin Posted New Selca.
BTS’ Jin posted on Twitter for the very first time after eons of years, and within 10 minutes he was already taking over Twitter trends. He has been active on Weverse even overtaking V’s frequency on the app commenting on fans posts and posting himself. One fan even commented on the silver voiced vocalist trending worldwide, “So yeah that’s what happens if you posted a Selca w/o caption after 26493926 days KIM SEOKJIN” happy but scolding his absence on the app.Continue reading “When BTS’ Jin Trended Worldwide as “KIM SEOKJIN,” “seokjin” “WORLDWIDE HANDSOME” “DADDY” plus More in 10 Minutes After Posting Selca on Twitter”
“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.” Winston Churchill
No words have ever been truer than that quote. And it is true of BTS’ fans (ARMY) who have taken BTS’ message of loving yourself to heart, because loving others starts from loving oneself, and if you love yourself you will not want to see anyone suffer. Since the start of 2020, the world took an upside down turn with the onset of Covid 19, many lives have been lost and many more people are still suffering.Continue reading “BTS V’s Fans Once Again Donate To Various Charities Worldwide To Celebrate His “Singularity’s” 3rd Year Anniversary”
On 21st September 2020, BTS Performed with a live band for NPR’s Tiny Desk Home Concert. They performed the songs “Dynamite” “Save Me” and “Spring Day”
Stephen Thompson had revealed under the video description that, “We’ve been trying to make a BTS Tiny Desk concert happen for years now — even gaming out ways we might move Bob Boilen’s desk far enough forward to accommodate the superstar Korean boy band’s dance moves. In the end, it took a global pandemic — and the launch of Tiny Desk (home) concerts back in March — to make something happen.“Continue reading “BTS’ Tiny Desk Performances on NPR’s YouTube Channel Finally Have English Subtitles”
BTS, “Fire” music video surpassed 200 million views on YouTube. It’s the second “Fire” Music Video to reach this milestone, the other version is on the 1theK YouTube channel.
“Fire” is a song recorded for BTS’ first compilation album, The Most Beautiful Moment In Life: Young Forever released in 2016. The original Korean version was released on May 2, 2016 in South Korea with the Japanese version being released September 7, 2016 on their full album Youth, under universal Music Japan and Virgin Music- Def Jam Recordings.Continue reading “BTS’ “FIRE” Music Video (HYBE) Surpassed 200 Million Views”