The History Of BTS: From How The Group Was Formed To Today
(in hangul, ; revised romanization of Korean, Bangtan Sonyeondan) is a South Korean group formed in Seoul in and that.
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WHEN WAS BTS DEBUT? THEIR STORY AS A K-POP BOY BAND Since , the company Big Hit Entertainment started looking for trainees.
BTS age | Although the group was formed in the year in Seoul (South Korea), it officially debuted as a group of the.
When did BTS debut?
They officially debuted on June 11 with the ‘No More Dream’ MV. His debut was in M!
Nobody expected them to go this far, discover the history of BTS.
The followers of this musical genre that originated in South Korea are not only very active in their publications, but have managed to transcend the musical spectrum to speak out on social causes or sabotage political labels both in the United States and in Latin America.
Among the long list of achievements of BTS, listed by the ARMY, the group that debuted in is the first of the K-pop genre to top Billboard’s Hot list thanks to their song Dynamite and they hold the Guinness record for achieving the most spectators at a virtual concert. According to a census of , carried out by ARMY , in which they participated A decentralized and organized fandom Unlike other fan groups, the ARMY does not have a leader, so it is a decentralized fandom in which no one speaks on behalf of the ARMY.
However, the lack of centralization has not affected its organizational power, but instead enhances it with the help of social networks. we will stick together. Shortly after, his ARMY collected another million in about 26 hours. Back then, K-pop fans did what they do best: post countless memes and videos of their favorite groups, this time using anti-black hashtags to drown out those voices.
In June , the Dallas Police Department asked people on Twitter to send a video of "illegal protest activity" to your IWatch Dallas app. Even a pebble can be political". However, that is not an opinion shared by all BTS members. In the same interview with Variety, Suga said that they do not consider themselves political figures and indicated that the "ARMYs talk about their own initiatives and we always respect their opinions, just like we respect anyone else’s".
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