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  1. Shawn Mendes talked with the Toronto radio station KISS 92.5, confirming that there will be a collaboration with BTS. [When asked what the latest on the collab is and if they have any lyrics yet] "They're a hard group to get with. They're busy people. I have no lyrics on their collaboration yet, but it will happen. Promise." [When asked when it will happen] "I can't give a date because we haven't hung out and wrote a song yet but it will happen, cause I love them and their fans too, so I promise." The full interview: http://www.kiss925.c...on-will-happen/
  2. The boys 'Memories' series is an annual DVD release that reviews the past year. The 2017 edition will feature the making of 'You Never Walk Alone' as well as 'Her', and also include the full footage form 'The Wings Tour: The Final' as well as backstage videos of '2017 BTS Home Party', their performance with Seo Taiji, and also their MAMA, BBMA, and AMA performances. There will be 5 DVDs with a total of 545 minutes of footage along with a 202 page photobook. Pre-sales start on June 19th, and the official release is set for June 27th.
  3. A Japanese media outlet has suggested there is a 3rd Hallyu wave currently taking place in Japan. The media outlet suggested that the 1st wave took place back in 2003 with the Korean drama series 'Winter Sonata'. The 2nd wave then took off from 2010 to 2012 through several K-pop idol groups such as TVXQ and KARA. Now, the 3rd wave is currently taking place according to the source, led by TWICE, BTS, and G-Friend who recently made their Japanese debut The Tokyo based newspaper explained the recent accomplishments by TWICE in Japan, such as becoming the first Korean artist to appear on Kōhaku Uta Gassen (famous Japanese year-end show). Meanwhile, BTS gained worldwide attention in the past few years and G-Friend was able to garner over 1,500 fans during a debut celebration event, despite the rain. An editor-in-chief of 'Kpopia' relayed to the newspaper, "K-pop has been recognized as one of the genres in Western music through its high level of dance, singing abilities, and global music trend." Lastly, the report insisted that compared to past Hallyu fans who were largely women in their 30s-40s, new Hallyu fans are much younger and not as sensitive to the bilateralism between South Korea and Japan. Based on a research, 80% of 'Cielo's (a K-pop dance academy in Japan) students are in their 20s-30s while the participation rates from those in their teens are continuously growing. One female university student commented, "Not just K-pop but there are many people who mimic or copy [Korean] makeup styles. As long as it looks cute, nationality doesn't matter."
  4. Yoo Jae Suk gave a minor injury to himself this week on 'Running Man'. Yoo Jae Suk is very well-known to be a huge fan of idols and their music which usually leads to him dancing and enjoying himself as if no one's watching. Well, it was no different this week when BTS' "Fake Love" came on during one of their many games. However, while doing so, he tried to step onto the ramp but ended up slipping and tripping over it instead. Thankfully, the injury wasn't too big but did have to put a band-aid over his entire eyebrow, making it look like he shaved it off. The nation's MC laughed off the entire situation to reassure the rest of the cast and even led to some funny moments later on the episode! Would you like to see Yoo Jae Suk x BTS in near future?
  5. As we quickly close in on the official start of summer, major streaming services are starting to weigh in on which songs might earn the coveted song of the summer title. From Apple Music's perspective, Pharrell Williams and Camila Cabello are the top pick with "Sangria Wine." The saucy, bilingual title certainly evokes a chill summer backyard barbeque, complete with cooling drink in hand.Number two on the list is Ariana Grande's lead single from her upcoming album Sweetener, "No Tears Left To Cry." The ethereal vocals take this song to the next level, and lifted it up to No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100. This is followed by Clean Bandit's "Solo" featuring Demi Lovato in the third position. A clean EDM track that centers around Lovato's vocals, it sets the perfect backdrop for a summer fling gone wrong.Apple Music's fourth prediction belongs to Calvin Harris' "One Kiss" with Dua Lipa, another EDM entry that, according to Forbes, "plays like an homage to '90s house music." Rounding out the Top 5 is Post Malone's latest single, "Better Now."Other artists Apple Music has their sights on this summer include Jennifer Lopez with Cardi B and DJ Khaled ("Dinero"), J. Cole ("KOD"), Childish Gambino ("This Is America"), BTS ("Fake Love"), Cardi B, Bad Bunny and J Balvin ("I Like It"), and Ella Mai ("Boo'd Up"), among others.
  6. 1. Wanna One’s Kang Daniel 2. BTS’s Jimin 3. BTS’s Jin 4. BTS’s Jungkook 5. BTS’s V 6. BTS’s RM 7. BTS’ Suga 8. Wanna One’s Hwang Minhyun 9. Wanna One’s Ong Seungwoo 10. BTS’s J-Hope 11. Wanna One’s Kim Jae Hwan 12. Wanna One’s Park Ji Hoon 13. Wanna One’s Ha Sung Woon 14. Wanna One’s Park Woo Jin 15. BIGBANG’s Seungri 16. SHINee’s Taemin 17. BIGBANG’s Taeyang 18. Wanna One’s Bae Jin Young 19. EXO’s Xiumin 20. SHINee’s Onew 21. Wanna One’s Lee Dae Hwi 22. Highlight’s Yoon Doojoon 23. Wanna One’s Yoon Ji Sung 24. ASTRO’s Cha Eun Woo 25. Wanna One’s Lai Guan Lin 26. IMFACT’s Leesang 27. EXO’s Baekhyun 28. BTOB’s Eunkwang 29. EXO’s Kai 30. BTOB’s Hyunsik
  7. With many wondering about the secret to BTS’s remarkable success worldwide, several Korean music industry insiders have shared their thoughts on working with the group and what makes them unique. In a new feature by media outlet Herald Business, various industry sources revealed their own individual perspectives on BTS. Singer-songwriter Yoon Guitar, who co-composed the lyrics for BTS’s song “Love Maze” (featured on their latest album “Love Yourself: Tear“), said that he was also fascinated by the group’s skyrocketing popularity. Describing his experience working on “Love Maze,” Yoon Guitar recalled, “I paid careful attention to fans’ responses. I even searched online to see which BTS lyrics fans liked. I was happy to see that their fans were actively discussing music. Of course the group’s visual elements and the members’ vocal abilities, dance skills, and looks are important, but I was impressed most of all by how the fans engaged with their music—they analyzed the members’ songs and music videos, and they even listened to songs [by other artists] that the members recommended.” He went on, “I think the fans’ attitude [towards BTS’s music] was made possible by the members’ participation. The BTS members tell their fans through Naver V Live broadcasts which of their lyrics they like, and they communicate with them to tell them which parts they wrote. They especially share information like this on Twitter. BTS also posts cover videos [of other artists’ songs] and recommends music they like, and they express their personal circumstances through music released in a variety of ways, such as SoundCloud or mixtapes.” Yoon Guitar added, “I don’t think the members do these kinds of things because their agency tells them to. And this kind of behavior is more typical of indie musicians. Watching all of this, I thought, ‘Wow, BTS communicates so much with their fans even though they’re famous,’ and I was forced to self-reflect.” June, an artist under Planetarium Records who co-composed several of BTS’s songs, including “Not Today,” “Awake,” and “Lost,” reported being impressed by the group’s dedication to music. “When I was working with BTS, I was extremely surprised by the fact that all of the members made working on music their top priority,” he said. “While watching them, I saw that they had so many things to do within a given amount of time, and they put those things aside in order to pour their all into making music. They would somehow manage to find the time to make it to the studio, and right after working on music, they would rush off to the next gig on their schedule.” He continued, “I was impressed by the fact that they wanted to tell more of their own stories through mixtapes, as well as the fact that they wrote so many of their own lyrics themselves. I felt that they were a group that is truly passionate about music and art. Watching them constantly approach their work with a positive attitude made it possible for me to work with optimism and passion as well.” Korean music critic Lee Dae Hwa spoke about BTS from a different viewpoint, attributing the group’s many achievements abroad to the passion of their fans. “I think that ARMY [BTS’s fan club name] played the biggest role in BTS’s success,” he remarked. “Of course, the reason that ARMY is such a passionate fandom is because BTS is such a charming group. I think their devoted fans and their formidable influence on social media made it possible for BTS to get where they are today.” An anonymous choreography expert also specifically praised the members’ dance skills, explaining, “There are many other groups that dance in perfect synchronization, and there are many other artists that have collaborated with foreign choreographers. There are also many groups that have performed extremely difficult, high-level choreography. However, BTS paid close attention to even the smallest details, and their members managed to pull off their choreography perfectly.” The industry insider continued, “The reason that BTS’s synchronized dancing receives particular praise is because they’ve built up a strong image of being skilled performers since their debut. Through countless hours of practice, the members are able to make their trendy, high-level choreography their own.” “Each part of BTS’s songs features elements that can maximize the dance skills of the talented members,” said the expert. “The members also use their facial expressions to convey the meanings of any lyrics that are not expressed through their choreography. Additionally, BTS often shares video footage [of their performances] that shows the parts of their choreography that aren’t captured by the cameras on music programs.” Another anonymous industry insider with experience forming several idol groups spoke admiringly of the BTS members’ hard work. The insider commented, “The [BTS] members’ unchanging efforts became one of their strengths. There are times when idols who have gained years of experience and a high level of popularity begin to take it easy in terms of their performances. However, BTS isn’t like that. In fact, as their experience and popularity grows, they’ve been showing improved performances instead.” The insider added, “Hard work is something that looks good to people all over the world.”
  8. Article: Han Seohee apologizes for mentioning BTS V, "I'm sorry for not watching my words, I didn't know the impact that I'd have" Source: Newsen via Nate 1. [+352, -5] Umm... it's not your impact... more like BTS' impact... 2. [+288, -3] "Impact" ㅋㅋㅋㅋ 3. [+236, -3] So she's a lying attention wh*re now? Why does she live like this?? How much further does she have to drop rock bottom?? 4. [+24, -0] How was she so sure that it was V after seeing him for 3 seconds, and that was before he had even debuted too? ㅋㅋㅋㅋ and the use of the word 'impact' is not used for people like you... You're a criminal, don't act like you're an influencer at all. 5. [+17, -0] ㅋㅋ She's practically slamming her own head with a hammer at this point ㅠ ㅋㅋㅋㅋ 6. [+12, -0] Her own "impact" ㅋㅋㅋㅋ 7. [+12, -0] What? Not your impact ㅋㅋㅋ I think this whole thing happened because BTS is more impactful than you ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ 8. [+10, -0] She needs to think before she spits out her words but she seems to not think at all. She acts like she's worth something but she's honestly nothing but sh*t for brains. You have no impact at all ㅋㅋㅋ stop doing drugs, you dumb b*tch. 9. [+8, -0] Ironic how she's always threatening lawsuits over anyone making up stories about her but she has no problem making up stories about other people 10. [+8, -0] By the sound of it, it seems she's back on drugs
  9. Article: Han Seohee claims to have seen BTS V at the club when she was 19? Armies 'enraged' Source: Sports Donga via Nate 1. [+1,478, -56] I can't believe she's still acting like this for attention, she really doesn't know how to feel embarrassed 2. [+1,404, -91] Kim Kibum's reps have already clarified that they never once took him to the club 3. [+1,345, -69] Big Hit needs to sue her for spreading false information 4. [+88, -9] Too bad V has no idea who you are ㅎ probably thinks of you as some nut job ㅎㅎㅎ 5. [+82, -2] Seems she's trying to get involved with anyone who's famous ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ 6. [+69, -9] She keeps changing her story, it's obvious that she's lying. When V was 19, he was either a trainee or just barely debuted, I'm pretty damn sure he wouldn't have stepped foot inside a club. He's a kid who used to be afraid of getting caught with ice cream while walking by his agency so he would stick his half eaten ice cream back in his pocket... a kid like that would totally go clubbing, right? 7. [+65, -1] Why can't she just stick to talking about herself, why does she have to talk about others? The model she claims she saw V with claims he never took him to the club... It's so annoying how she's making everyone put out statements for her lies, sigh 8. [+55, -1] Sigh, I'm a woman myself but I really hope BTS is being cautious with women. 9. [+48, -8] V never went clubbing, that's fact, tsk tsk 10. [+41, -3] She's just making up stories now? - Article: Han Seohee, "I saw V at the club when I was 19" -> "I don't want to make this bigger than it is" Source: Star Today via Nate "Now that I think about it, I don't think it was when he was a minor~ but it's honestly not that big of a deal... don't be like this Armies, I love you ^^" 1. [+771, -25] She is not normal 2. [+680, -20] ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ So she just spat out whatever lie she felt like and now that it's becoming a big deal, she's backtracking ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ she really seems to have no sense of fear over her consequences 3. [+529, -26] I'm not a diehard fan of BTS but what is their CEO doing? I thought she'd be quiet but now she's acting up again. Keep your crazy to yourself, lady!! 4. [+49, -5] Big Hit needs to handle this immediately because if they let it go, then other kids like Han Seohee are going to start dragging BTS' name in all sorts of lies just to get famous. You always have to start at the roots. 5. [+35, -2] Why is she asking us to stop creating a fuss when she's the one who started spreading a story that she wasn't even sure was true? ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ Does she realize no one would care about her if she just kept her mouth shut?;;
  10. Han Seo Hee recently mentioned BTS’s V during an Instagram Live session. During the Instagram Live, someone asked her if she likes BTS. Han Seo Hee answered, “I’m not at the age to like EXO and BTS.” She continued, “When I was 19 I went a club with BTS’s V. My close friend at the time, model Kim Ki Bum, brought V.” In response to questions she explained, “I didn’t invite him, so what does it matter if I go. I never invited him. I got a table and then V came. I’m telling it like it is, I just saw him and nothing happened. From my situation I couldn’t tell someone who came to leave; I couldn’t do anything.” When asked if V was a minor when he went, she replied, “I went to clubs a lot when I was minor, but I don’t know about him. However, when netizens pointed out that Han Seo Hee, model Kim Ki Bum, and V are all the same age being born in 1995, she later posted, “After thinking about it, I don’t think it was when I was a minor. But honestly it’s not a big deal. Don’t be like this [ARMY].” News outlet Sports Donga reported that model Kim Ki Bum’s agency said, “Kim Ki Bum is friends with V but has never taken him to a club. He knew Han Seo Hee in the past, but has not communicated with her after she became famous through the internet.” cr soompi
  11. Top 10 Spotify Followers BTS has surpassed 5 MILLION followers on Spotify! They are the first and only Korean act to ever reach this milestone on the platform!
  12. Thai ARMYs donated more than 200,000 cc blood to celebrate BTS 5th anniversary
  13. According to this tweet, Run! BTS 2018 might resume next week continuing with episode 52.
  14. 1. Jungkook 2. Taehyung 3. Jimin 4. Sehun 5. Kim Soo Hyun Star Hankook, The Korea Times' sister publication, released its [HI★CHINA Ranking] Tuesday, disclosing the five hottest Korean celebrities most loved by the Chinese. No. 1 was Jungkook from BTS, who has topped the list five weeks in a row. Other members of BTS, V and Jimin, were ranked No. 2 and 3 respectively. Sehun, EXO, was No. 4, followed by actor Kim Soo-hyun, who has been doing mandatory military service since October 2017. [HI★CHINA Ranking] uses three sources to measure the popularity of Korean stars The first criterion is "Fan Universe" rankings from Chinese SNS Sina Weibo, which sums up a celebrity's activity index and number of followers. A weekly chart from Baidu, the most popular search engine in China, is the second standard, followed by the Korean-Japanese chart from Chinese voting site "123 fans." Each is differently weighed according to the way of voting and method of calculation. source
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