BTS – Behind The Scene
'Yeh eelu-eelu kya hai, yeh eelu eelu'? This was the popular film song of our generation when we went to school..and today, I feel like asking to the school going children 'What is this BTS-BTS, this BTS BTS?', And they are eager to tell the whole story of 'Behind the Scene' of 'BTS'. To the extent of madness, they fulfil the same line of the old song 'When someone feels good, it feels very cute', then this generation is heartened by BTS- BTS and the colour of this heart are also purple.
Yes, the crazy heart of BTS is not Red or Pink but Purple. Seven Korean boys formed the BTS group of pop music in the year 2013 and by the year 2017, it became popular, becoming the heartbeat of India's teenagers in the year 2020. The group of four girls from South Korea 'South Black Pink' and their song 'How You Like That' is also very popular but teenagers say that BTS band is something different.
I Purple You
What is this BTS? They answer - Its music, lyrics, beats and style and music video made of them, they laugh – Borahae (I Purple You), which means they have a purple heart instead of I love you, for that, they say I Purple You.
The band debuted with their first song "No More Dreams". Around 23 to 28 years old Singer Jin, lead rapper Suga, lead dancer and rapper J-Hope, chief rapper RM, lead dancer and singer Jimin, singer V and lead dancer, singer Jungkook achieved the first number in the US album chart in May 2018. This was the first time in the last 12 years, one whose language was not English and was making a splash in America.
Despite being in the Korean language, the popularity of this band is such that in big cities of India, These people also talk among themselves, in Korean language, by saying Annyeonghaseyo (Hello) in the Korean language. Thousands of posts regarding BTS are seen circulating on social networking sites in India every day. Their fans are known as 'Army'. Fan chat about 'Kim NamJoon, Kim SeokJin, Min Yoongi, Jung Hoseok, Park Jimin, Kim Taehyung, Jeon Jungkook on meeting each other… do ‘BTS’.
This is the language of new teenagers in new schools and they are finding themselves 'cool' in this language. They don't even want to call themselves teenagers; they call themselves 'Milleniance'. They call themselves 'Bias' towards the singer they are crazy about and to break the other, create a 'Bias Wrecker' so that the frontman can be included in his hero's party.
Why are they, heroes? Apart from many excellent reasons for becoming heroes, there are solid reasons as well. These seven Korean boys' bands delivered a speech at UNICEF, so this was the first time that a band group had given a speech in a United Nations organization. The BTS band has been organizing awareness campaigns against violence against youth and children since 2017 with the Korean Committee and UNICEF.
This band group of seven boys is liked by millions. According to the law of South Korea, all eligible people in the country have to serve in the army for about two years from the age of 18 to 28 years. Their involvement with the group could be over if two band members left, but South Korea's parliament approved a bill under which singers and other musicians of the popular band BTS have been allowed to postpone their mandatory military service till the age of 30 years.
According to the revised military law, on the recommendation of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, pop culture artists who have brought laurels to the country and the world will be allowed to postpone their military services until the age of 30 for extraordinary reasons.
For The First Time In Indian History
The group is also known in the world as ‘Bangtan Boys', 'Bulletproof Boy Scouts', ‘Beyond The Scene’ and ‘Bangtan Sonyeondan'. Their first album received several awards such as ‘Melon Music Awards’ and ‘Golden Disk Award’, and ‘Seoul Music Award’. After a lot of emphasis from Indian fans music channel VH1 released 'Blood, Sweat and Tears' broadcast on TV which became the first Korean pop song in Indian history on Indian TV.