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    종국이 너무 귀엽다. 나는 너를 사랑한다
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    jongkook 나는 10 세이며 너에게 호감을 갖고있다. 내 사촌도 너에게 호감을 갖고있다.
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    종국 나는 너에게 호감을 보인다
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    On Wednesday, BTS’ docuseries Burn the Stage ended its eight-episode run on YouTube Red, and throughout the series fans got to learn a lot about the going-on behind-the-scenes of the K-pop group’s Wings tour. There was a lot to takeaway from the series, but here are some of the highlights: 1. BTS’ members are still growing as artists. While BTS as a group is undeniably successful, the septet is still working hard to improve as individuals. Throughout the eight episodes, each of the members expressed his own personal struggles to grow artistically. Especially impactful moments came when Jimin and Jin discussed their efforts to get better as a vocalists through practicing and vocal lessons, and when V talked about wanting to sing music that he wrote and become a better actor. 2. Most of the seven BTS members aren’t where they thought they’d be, and it's wonderful. Several of the members talked about their origins at Big Hit Entertainment and in BTS, and shared some insights into their creative journey, such as Jungkook expressing disbelief retroactively over becoming BTS’ main vocalist and J-Hope talking about how he learned to rap after auditioning as a dancer. Throughout the series there are several references to the groups earliest days, and the group even shared Suga's audition tape for the company. 3. The theme of self-awareness is pervasive throughout Burn the Stage. Throughout the entire webseries, the BTS members frequently comment on their hard work being simultaneously as important to their career as that of their fans, who have helped them achieve great heights. The group’s recognition that what they’ve become is bigger than themselves is humbling, and shows a great sense of consciousness from one of the world’s most popular boy bands. At the same time, Burn the Stage as a show is itself very aware that it’s a documentary series giving a look into the life of an act that came out of the tightly-controlled K-pop industry: in one episode, the BTS members and their staff are seen discussing how they have the final say regarding footage filmed at JBTV in Chicago. 4. Communication is key. Though they were put together by Big Hit and were originally strangers, it’s clear that through the series that there is a tight bond between the seven members of BTS. During Burn the Stage, the members refer to how they’ve learned over the years that the key to successfully working together is through conversation and understanding. Even in the tense moments that are shown, discussion is key; when Jin and V fought before a concert, the entire group got together to talk things out afterwards. RM also discussed how important it was for him to use music as a way to communicate with fans, as a way to impact the lives of people around the world. 5. BTS’ work ethic is no joke. Social media erupted in shock and sadness over some early Burn the Stage scenes that revealed youngest member Jungkook had passed out behind stage after performing in one of the group’s shows in Chile. Throughout the episodes it's revealed that ice packs and cans of oxygen made frequent appearances as the seven members toured the world, and the final international stop of the Wings tour in Macau even saw Jimin unable to perform the choreography due to illness. The series also revealed that members carry around portable studios in their suitcases to produce new music as they jump between countries rapidly. It was clear throughout the series that BTS’ dedication and drive to put on the best show possible for their ARMY is literally a labor blood, sweat, and tears. Bonus: V found out they were going to the BBMAs when he saw the stylists picking out their outfits. BTS will be performing at this year's Billboard Music Awards on May 20, two days after they release their highly-anticipated Love Yourself: Tear album. They are nominated once again in the Top Social Artist category, which they won last year. https://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/k-town/8455496/bts-burn-the-stage-youtube-series-takeaways?utm_source=twitter
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    Idk which exact lunch box BTS ordered from Outback Steakhouse for the ARMYs, but they're one of the most expensive lunch boxes around. Each one probably costs around $20-$30. So if they bought one for each of the 750 ARMYs there the total amount would be $15,000~$22,500
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    instiz -Whoa.. Unbelievable.. Seriously, though.. Whoa, Seulgi-ya.. I love youㅠㅠㅠ -Whoa.. There are a lot of them who I didn't know were the main dancers of their groups.. -I had no idea Kim Doyeon was the main dancer of her group.. -Kyulkyung is so prettyㅠㅠ -Doyeon needs to think about starting her career as a modelㅋㅋㅋ -I think now I know why Kyulkyung almost went with the stage name 'Pinky'.. It's because of her pink skin, it's so fascinating.. She's seriously so pretty.. -Kim Doyeon is the main dancer?? I thought it was Choi Yoojung..?? -Whoa, Kim Doyeon, though.. I seriously thought she was a model in these pictures.. -Nancy's outfit looks like Momoland's stage outfit during their Boom Boom era.. -Kim Doyeon.. Oh Gosh.. -Whoa.. Look at their visuals.. -Look at the length of Doyeon's legs.. -Whoa.. Kang Seulgi looks so pretty, it's driving me crazyㅠㅠ
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    BTS is going on a world tour! On Apri 27 KST, Big Hit Entertainment released the 2018 world tour schedule. The show will kick off in Seoul on August 25, then the boys will be visiting cities in the United States, Canada, Germany, France, and England. It also states "more dates to come" so stay tuned for more info! Meanwhile, check out the tour teaser clip and poster. https://www.allkpop.com/article/2018/04/bts-announce-love-yourself-world-tour-dates-and-locations
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    According to iriver, the company handling the distribution of BTS’s new album, “Love Yourself: Tear” has reached a total of 1,449,287 stock pre-orders as of April 24. This is the total number of stock pre-orders made by wholesale dealers and retailers in Korea, and does not include stock pre-orders made by international retailers. This surpasses their previous record for highest number of stock pre-orders by almost 400,000 orders, which was achieved by BTS’s previous mini album “Love Yourself: Her” back in August 2017 with 1,051,546 stock pre-orders. BTS also recently topped Amazon’s CDs & Vinyl Best Sellers list after their album was open for pre-orders, and continued to rank No. 1 on this list for a week as of April 24. The group will be releasing their third album “Love Yourself: Tear” on May 18, and will also be holding their comeback stage in front of the world for the first time at the 2018 Billboard Music Awards on May 20 in Las Vegas. https://www.soompi.com/2018/04/25/bts-breaks-record-highest-number-stock-pre-orders-upcoming-album/