페이지 정보HeyKpop 05/14/2021 13:26 Read : 208
The group BTS showed their true feelings for their music, stage, and fans.
Rolling Stone, a leading U.S. pop culture magazine, announced on its official website and social media on May 13 that BTS covered Rolling Stone magazine in June. It is the first time in more than 50 years of Rolling Stone history that a K-pop singer has been on the cover.
Rolling Stone released various photos and videos including the cover, along with interviews titled "The Triumph of BTS."
BTS topped the U.S. Billboard's main single "Hot 100" chart with its English single "Dynamite" in August last year, and again topped the chart with its Korean song "Life Goes On" released in November. "Life Goes On" is not a song with English lyrics, but rather resonated relatively little on American radio. "The barrier is still falling," RM said, adding that he hopes the wall will also break. "It's going to keep falling apart.
Due to Covid-19, which spread around the world early last year, BTS canceled or temporarily postponed all scheduled world tours. Members, like everyone else, feel a deep sense of loss and helplessness. However, they were not only immersed in these emotions, but also united as a team to focus on music work, and released "Dynamite," which was not planned, to console music fans around the world. Jungkook confessed, "Fan ARMY's shouts are what we love. We miss and crave more and more."
The BTS members have not been in a public relationship since their debut in 2013. Asked if they were worried about fans' reactions if they officially announced their romantic relationship, Sugar said, "It's hard to understand this question. ARMY is a diverse group. Some may accept it and others may not accept it in hypothetical situations. "They're all individuals and they'll understand the situation in different ways," he said. They're going to understand things in different ways.
Jin also expressed his feelings ahead of joining the military. Jin, born in 1992, the oldest brother on the team, was originally due to enlistment this year, but he is expected to be able to postpone his enlistment until the end of next year due to some revisions to the Military Service Act on December 22 last year. This amendment is aimed at those who excel in sports, pop culture and arts for the promotion of national prestige.
Jin, who has expressed his willingness to join the army several times in public, also said in an interview with Rolling Stone, "I think the country is doing well, so I'll give you some more time." Military service is an important duty of the Republic of Korea. "So I'm going to do the best I can until I join the army.