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  1. TWICE is the first Korean artist to have three consecutive #1 in Oricon Singles Chart throughout its history
  2. BTS top the list with 2.71billion yen
  3. BTS "Fake Love" MV has reached the 100 million views milestone in record time since releasing it on May 18. In just the span of 8 days and 9 hours, the MV garnered 100 million views. BTS broke their own record of being the fastest K-Pop group MV to hit the 100 million views marks. The previous record was held by their "DNA" MV which took 24 days to achieve 100 million views.
  4. 1. BTS - 10.6M2. BLACKPINK - 9.3M3. TWICE - 5.2M4. Red Velvet - 5M5. Seventeen - 3.2M6. Wanna One - 3.1M7. EXO - 3M8. NCT127 - 2.7M9. GOT7 -2.3M10. Monsta X - 2.2M
  5. People say TVXQ, BigBang, Kara are the groups that were popular in the past. And BTS, Twice are the groups popular these days. SHINee is a second generation group, but is still popular along with the 3rd generation groups. Original: [Instiz]Three idol groups that are popular in Japan Comments Proud ㅎㅅㅎ Kingtanㅠㅠㅠㅠㅠ TVXQ sold out all the tickets for three days at Nissan Stadium!!!!! It’s sad that they’re being called a popular group in the pastㅠㅠㅠ I agree. I don’t think TVXQ will ever be considered a popular group in the past in Japan. I agree. I personally think there’s any KPOP group that will exceed TVXQ and BoA in Japan. It feels like they opened the door to a new world and paved the way. Of course there could be a more popular or trendy idol groups, but these two are already iconic and are at another level. Bangtan seems to be popular anywhere they go SHINee’s popularity in Japan is seriously daebak When I asked about SHINee and TVXQ to my Japanese friend, she said they are at another level….! and that Twice and BTS are rising stars.. True…. BTS and Twice are especially popular among the younger people, and they made their debuts not too long ago, so I guess they’re constantly attracting more fans. As expected of Twice~ Twice is daebak…. Eh? My friend visited Japan and she said it’s still Bigbang and TVXQ…. Anyway, I’m proud SHINee…..ㅠㅠㅠㅠㅠㅠ They’re visiting Korea… Eh??? Isn’t TVXQ like a wall that no-one can pass through. You can just consider them as a Japanese group, not a KPOP group. TVXQ and Bigbang are just top groups in Japan… You will see if you take a look at the voting results… TVXQ, Bigbang and Twice are just huge. I think TVXQ is at another level… cr https://kpople.com/three-kpop-idol-groups-popular-in-japan/
  6. On May 25 local time, both the Official Singles Chart and Official Albums Chart were released for the week of May 25 to May 31. BTS’s new album “Love Yourself: Tear” has entered the Official Albums Chart in the Top 10! It grabbed the No. 8 spot on the chart. The group’s previous highest ranking on the chart was No. 14 with their mini album “Love Yourself: Her.” The Official Albums Chart ranks the Top 100 biggest albums of the week in the United Kingdom, based on CD sales, downloads, vinyl, and weighted audio streams. BTS became the first Korean artist to enter the chart in the United Kingdom with “WINGS” back in 2016. Check out BTS’s previous rankings below: BTS has also set a new record for K-pop groups on the Official Singles Chart! Their title track “Fake Love” has entered the chart at No. 42, beating the previous record of No. 46 that they set with the remix of “MIC Drop” last year. The Official Singles Chart shows the most popular songs in the United Kingdom, and it ranks tracks based on official sales of downloads, CDs, vinyl, and audio streams. The record for highest ranking on the chart by a Korean artist is held by PSY’s “Gangnam Style” which came in No. 1. Official Charts is often regarded as the U.K. equivalent to Billboard’s charts in the United States. News about BTS’s rankings on Billboard’s album and song charts will be out next week. Stay tuned! cr https://www.soompi.com/2018/05/25/bts-earns-highest-ranking-yet-official-u-k-charts-albums-singles-charts/
  7. The unstoppable group BTS has set a new record by surpassing 1 million sold copies of their latest album ‘LOVE YOURSELF: Tear’. Based on Hanteo Chart, the third full-length album, ‘LOVE YOURSELF: Tear‘ sold one million copies in the early afternoon of May 24th. The album broke the initial record of BTS, writing a new history in the Korean music industry. In addition, the album is the best in the history of BTS’ albums, breaking their own records and making them ‘Double Million Sellers’. ‘LOVE YOURSELF: Her‘, which was released last year, has sold 759,263 copies in the first week of its release and sold 1.2 million copies 13 days after its release. BTS’s third album drew attention by exceeding 1.44 million pre-ordered copies in Korea alone before its release. Due to the high popularity of BTS the sales of the first 1 million units were fast. If the company adds the sales volume of its overseas albums, it can expect the biggest sales record ever. Comments: [+531 / -5] The rival of BTS is yesterday’s BTS. Congratulations! Shine even more. [+376 / -0] It is not a 20 years record, but the first time since Hanteo started its chart in 1993. That is the first record since the chart was created. [+180 / -1] The first time since 1993, BTS has set a milestone of 1 million copies for the first time ㅠ I felt the passion, talent, and effort in your stage at the comeback show. [+165 / -1] As expected from BTS… what can I say. Wow. [+80 / -0] Living in 2018, and seeing records that surpass the 90’s record sales. Nowadays, BTS are the one to sell a million copies with a single album, and also the only one to sell one million copies in a week. [+25 / -0] Selling 1 million records in Korea alone… crazy ..ㅠㅠ BTS is really great. To be honest, the album is so good that all of the songs are worthy to be title songs. [+20 / -0] Congratulations BTS! It is the best record since Hanteo created its charts back then in 1993. It’s the best of all boy bands. They’re writing a new history in the Korean pop music industry. I hope that there will be many articles telling the truth, rather than trying to keep them in the category of idol or boy band. [+19 / -0] The record of selling 1 million copies is truly impressive. We are talking about times when music clubs were famous in Korea and albums were the only way to listen to music. We are now in the era of digital and streaming music rather buying albums. I don’t think it’s just a record that fans can buy and pay for. Let’s look forward to the future activities by BTS! [+15 / -0] After the disappearance of CDs a million records sold is something that I wasn’t expecting to see… If you have well-made music and good quality products it is now proven to be able to sell that many albums ㅠ [+15 / -1] Congratulations! Way to go boys! cr https://www.mogohallyu.com/bts-love-yourself-tear-exceeded-1-million-records-sold-in-less-than-a-week/
  8. PERF Ellen - BTS 'FAKE LOVE' FULL

    BTS Takes the Stage with 'Fake Love' Link : https://www.ellentube.com/video/bts-takes-the-stage-with-fake-love.html
  9. original post: here 1. [+3763, -22] | Seriously, the broadcast was like a gif, thank youㅜ BTS, I’ll look forward to your promotions this time too 2. [+1374, -11] | Seriously, I didn’t look away not even for 1 min ㅠㅠ so that I don’t miss a thing~~ BTS is seriously so cool, as expected from the bestㅎ!! 3. [+849, -7] | Thank you BTSㅠㅠ I’ll always support you. I received a lot of comfort from listening to your songs. Thank you and thank you again 4. [+436, -7] | Ugh, time went by like an instant and it ended too fast ㅠㅠ 5. [+249, -6] | Bangtan~ I love you<3<3 6. [+215, -1] | I’ve seen lots of choreographies with standing mics but theirs really felt unique and newㄷㄷ
  10. Article: 'BTS Comeback Show' BTS reveals 'Fake Love' stage for their new song for the first timeSource: Mydaily via Nate1. [+955, -26] They were dancing to the point where I thought their bodies would crumble. A performance that would turn anyone into a fan if they weren't already.2. [+896, -25] Ah, seriously, BTS is the best when it comes to performances... their best yet3. [+812, -26] I became a fan through today's comeback show. They looked so cool~ find strength~~4. [+62, -0] I was watching it on YouTube live with about 90,000 other people ㅋ5. [+56, -0] You would think that a group at their level, one or two members would half a$$ a stage like this, but they were all so hard working.6. [+52, -0] They're the best at both skill and fan love7. [+51, -1] Their live is like they swallowed their CD whole every single time... I seriously don't get how they can pull off such a perfect live with dance moves like that... surprises me every time. They were the best once again today!!!8. [+47, -0] These kids are no joke... you would think they'd be up high in the air off of their achievements but they're still so reserved and humble9. [+46, -0] Their comeback show had so much to watch ㅋㅋㅋㅋ the kids are so cute ㅜㅜ10. [+42, -0] They must be so tired after getting back from America but seeing them still work so hard to put on a good show makes me realize why I support them ㅠㅜㅜ they're the best
  11. Earlier in the week, it was revealed that “Wake Me Up” topped Oricon’s weekly singles chart and became the first foreign artist in history to surpass 200,000 sales with three consecutive releases. In the newest Hot 100 announced by Billboard Japan, TWICE’s third Japanese single “Wake Me Up” took first with a total of 299,195 sales recorded for the week. With 28,695 points, the single took an overwhelming victory with the second place single taking 10,328 points. Other TWICE releases that made the chart include “What is Love” at No. 12, the Japanese version of “TT” at No. 42, Japanese track “Candy Pop” at No. 56, “Likey” at No. 65, and “Heart Shaker” at No. 92. BTS also showed great strength in Billboard Japan’s Hot 100 with three releases in the top 20. The Japanese version of “DNA” took No. 9, “Fake Love” took No. 10, and their Japanese single “Don’t Leave Me” took No. 11. “Singularity” also placed No. 86. Other releases by Korean artists in the Top 100 are NCT 127’s Japanese track “Chain” at No. 26, GOT7’s Japanese track “THE New Era” at No. 30, and the Japanese version of MOMOLAND’s “BBoom BBoom” at No. 39. soompi
  12. Why did you change some lyrics at BBMAs? RM "There might be some ppl who's listening to the song for the first time, and the pronunciation could be misheard as the n word, so we changed it w/o changing the meaning as much as possible. I'm sorry for Jhope&Suga for that extra work"
  13. BTS Love Yourself 轉 ‘Tear’ 7.1 POP/R&B The latest album from the masters of the K-pop formula is a slick, loosely thematic album about love and loss, with a stronger focus on rapping than ever before. K-pop has long been poised for a breakthrough in the U.S., and the stars have aligned for the Korean boy band BTS. It doesn’t hurt that it is easier now than ever to be a K-pop fan on this side of the world, with the genre being tailor-made for our current algorithm-fed content chain. BTS has seized the opportunity, building a ravenous fanbase, not just at home and stateside but in South America and Europe as well. Bangtan Boys (their full name, Bangtan Sonyeondan, translates to “bulletproof boy scouts” in English), are designed for this moment, highly curated, aesthetically optimized for Western consumption. BTS have been presented as the art-house alternative to K-pop’s manic energy: a modish, dilettantish, act whose music is a vehicle for larger artistic choices and statements. After debuting as a swag rap outfit, they evolved from rap-sung mashups to posh electro-pop pageantry. The concept for their 2016 album, Wings, was inspired by Hermann Hesse’s 1919 book Demian. The visuals for one of the best BTS songs, “Blood Sweat & Tears,” were picturesque stills framed in a pop-up museum featuring “The Fall of the Rebel Angels,” Michelangelo’s “Pietà,” and Nietzsche quotes etched in stone, which all produced dramatic fan readings of the video’s symbolism. The members co-write and co-produce their songs, some of which delve into mental wellness and social responsibility, a process that has led many to dub their songs more “personal,” a word sometimes used as a dog whistle for music appealing to be taken more seriously. Their tactics have been emulated by boy bands who have followed, but in many ways, BTS are simply the K-pop model maximized for efficiency. Love Yourself: 轉 ‘Tear’, which follows the 2017 mini album Love Yourself: ‘Her’and the Japanese full-length Face Yourself released earlier this year, is a kaleidoscopic mark of that efficiency, observing the finely tuned formula BTS have been perfecting since 2015. ‘Tear’, like ‘Her’, is a concept album of sorts. Roughly half the songs adhere to the album’s subhead. If ‘Her’ was an assortment of heart-professing love songs, then ‘Tear’ is the inverse. It deals primarily, though not exclusively, with the cycle of grief that lingers through a separation. But all of the songs generally find their way back around to self-love at some point. The album’s opener, “Intro: Singularity,” provides its thesis. “Even in my momentary dreams/The illusions that torture me are still the same,” V sings. “Did I lose myself, or did I gain you?” Written and arranged with longtime producer and frequent collaborator Pdogg and Big Hit label CEO Hitman Bang along with a team of collaborators (Steve Aoki, MNEK, Chainsmokers co-producer DJ Swivel), ‘Tear’ aims for cohesion and produces fun, prismatic songs in the process. There is some level of thematic consistency on ‘Tear’ with at least a semblance of an emotional arc being teased out across the 11 tracks: navigating a dream world and the real one in search of a personal paradise (which at times reads like an analog for being a pop star, especially on “Airplane Pt. 2”), losing love and facing the requisite anxieties and loneliness. These all come to a head on the foreboding lead single “Fake Love,” characterized in full by a lyric that roughly translates to: “I grew a flower that couldn’t bloom/In a dream that can’t come true.” K-pop is often experimental in form and function, which produces full-lengths that can be spasmodic in tone and quality. BTS aren’t immune to this, but the rappers—RM (or Rap Monster), J-Hope, and Suga—anchor the group, not only keeping it moored to a unified aesthetic amid constant stylistic shifts but dictating much of what happens in the music. On the bruising, all-rap closer “Outro: Tear,” the three take turns ripping through the track with punchy cadences, at times suddenly swapping places. The group’s vocalists trade off short, sweet passages that revolve around and often pivot off of rapped verses. Where rap verses are often stopgaps for other K-pop groups, obligatory aspects of pop roleplaying, they are essential to structure and composition here. Whispered, breathy raps slingshot into the supple hook on the flute-powered “134340.” On “Love Maze,” RM balances elastic syllabics with singsong musings while Suga dashes into a tightly twisting flow. Between them, the other members let loose mellow, honeyed coos. The sequencing of the vocal routines is as carefully synchronized as the choreography in their videos. ‘Tear’ isn’t as ambitious or stunning or tragic as Wings, which gave each of the seven members a solo turn ranging from lounge-ready piano balladry and symphonic, single-spotlight melodrama to brooding alt-rap with “Blood Sweat & Tears” as its ideological and aesthetic centerpiece. But there are moments here when BTS seem more poised and more in sync than ever. The Aoki-produced “The Truth Untold” is an epic misdirection; instead of leaning into their EDM-flavored pop or the blitzing trap of Aoki’s “Mic Drop” remix, they opt for a seamless piano serenade wherein the group’s four singers weave in and out of each stanza. “Paradise” is largely propelled by graceful exchanges from Jungkook, V, and Jimin, who surface and retreat gently. Across Love Yourself: 轉 ‘Tear’, BTS are at their best when they feel for and support one another.
  14. The members of BTS have shared some of their goals for the future! On May 24, BTS held a press conference for their comeback with their latest album “Love Yourself: Tear.” The group recently returned from the 2018 Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas, where they won the Top Social Artist Award for the second year in a row. When asked about their next goals, leader RM revealed that the group was hoping to top Billboard’s Top 200 Albums chart with their new album. “To be honest,” he confessed, “we’ve said amongst ourselves that we’d like to try and reach No. 1 on the Billboard 200 this time.” He continued, “Also, we made it to No. 28 on Billboard’s Hot 100 last time, so we’ve said to each other that we want to make it to the top 10 this time. If we reach the top 10, it’ll be extremely competitive, because all of the songs that are famous all over the world will be there. Someday, we hope to be No. 1 on the Hot 100.” Suga remarked, “Although part of me feels as though we may be talking about dreams that are too large in scale, I also think that it’s a good thing to dream big.” He went on, “We want to reach No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and the Billboard 200, and we want to go to the Grammy Awards.” Suga added, “We also want to do a stadium tour, and we want to become one of the most influential singers all over the world. Because [these dreams] are so hard to achieve, it’s not easy to say them out loud—but now that we’ve said them out loud, we might as well try to reach them.” Cr https://www.soompi.com/2018/05/23/bts-talk-grammy-awards-wanting-top-billboard-charts/
  15. BTS Spring Day They dethroned the original #1, Busker Busker's Cherry Blossom Ending original post: here 1. In the generation where people don't listen to idol songs anymore, this is the only idol song I listen toㅋㅋㅋ 2. I hate hip hop genre, so I don't listen to Bangtan. But this song is good 3. I've only heard BST from Bangtan and I've never listened to this song. So you're telling me it's worthy of winning against Cherry Blossom Ending???? 4. I'm another group's fan but this song is goodㅠㅠ My favorite after I Need U 5. Such a good song, a masterpiece 6. I feel like Spring Day is the muggle pick of the BTS songs 7. I don't like Bangtan's songs, but I still listened to this one because it's niceㅋㅋㅋ 8. I know the title is Spring Day, but this song warms my winter somehow 9. I don't really like this song, it doesn't appeal to muggles in my opinion 10. A song written for the Spring, but really it's more fit to listen to it in the Winter. I first heard of it on Produce and it's been in my playlist sinceㅋㅋ
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