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  1. Thanks chingu. After a day of happiness and excitement of watching their performances on MTV Unplugged, we are facing something that is more and beyond the fandom. Let the writers inform you about the matter. A letter written earlier by an ARMY before p.s Credit to the owner
  2. Agree with that. I also watched some reaction videos as well especially those who know the original singer, who are well versed in music etc. Crying with some of them too ... ha ha (happy tears) Well just to inform everyone, I'll be very slow in posting news in the thread for now. Need to sort out some personal tasks etc. However do check on BTS sns to get all the latest information. This, you should not miss: Credit to the owner
  3. Another article 'mtv unplugged presents: bts' showcases the band's masterful storytelling MTV Unplugged was a staple of the '90s, home to legendary performances by some of the biggest acts of all time – Mariah Carey, Eric Clapton, Alanis Morissette, Nirvana. It was always event viewing, and something many '90s kids and teens feel nostalgic for. So it makes sense that the kings of event viewing in the modern era, BTS, would take us back to that feeling with MTV Unplugged, introducing a whole new generation to what's special about that stage at the same time
  4. BTS Unplugged POSTED BY LAINEY ON 25/02/2021 AT 1:24 AM As anticipated in yesterday’s open, ahead of, during, and after BTS’s MTV Unplugged, the band and its fans took over social media. BTS or BTS-related hashtags and buzzwords, even the names of the bandmembers themselves, were trending in all the top spots. And then, not that they needed it, but just for the domination insurance, Jungkook posted a selfie to show that he’s gone from blonde to blue. Look at the number of likes on this tweet – it’s only really been about 12 hours or so:
  5. Review: BTS Dazzle All By Themselves With Beautifully Intimate ‘MTV Unplugged’ Set Bryan RolliSenior Contributor BTS on 'MTV Unplugged' BIGHIT ENT./MTV The last 12 months should have looked a lot different for BTS—and for the rest of the world. Before the ongoing coronavirus pandemic halted live music, the Korean pop septet was set to light up stadiums around the world on its massive Map of the Soul Tour in support of its chart-topping album, Map of the Soul: 7, which turned a year old on Sunday. The pandemic has po
  6. BTS Offer Their Most Intimate, Powerful Live Performance Yet On ‘Unplugged’ The South Korean septet give audiences an inside look into the making of their 2020 hit album, ‘BE’ and surprise fans with a cover of Coldplay’s ‘Fix You’ on MTV’s iconic series BTS on MTV Unplugged. Photo: Courtesy of Big Hit Entertainment It’s difficult to pinpoint the exact moment when BTS shattered the glass ceiling. Perhaps, it was moment their 2016 album, The Most Beautiful Moment in Life: Young Forever won a Daesang– the highest form of achieveme
  7. BTS Bring the Fire and Set the Night Alight on MTV Unplugged: Review K-Pop superstars BTS bring their A-game to the classic MTV program BY MARY SIROKY ON FEBRUARY 24, 2021, 10:30AM Talkin’ ‘Bout My Generation: Recently, there’s been a growing divide between millennials and gen-z: side parts and skinny jeans are out. Different emojis are in. End up on the wrong end of the divide, and you’re in a tough spot. MTV Unplugged feels much more associated with the millennials, first airing in 1989 and rising to prominen
  8. I'm off today - watching 24hour MTV livestream on Youtube (there's interview in between MV) --> that was my intention until it was playing the same thing again. Guess I'll be coming back soon. The thing is we have questions ... and also why are they not able to use the translation on the MV? Credit to the owner
  9. Another interesting article from the Weverse Magazine BTS show happiness and growth in RUN BTS Still running after all these years 2021.02.22 The LINK (I love this part at the end)
  10. In A Difficult Year, BTS's "BE" Was Created To Comfort Ellie BateBuzzFeed Staff On the day BTS released their fourth Korean studio album, Map of the Soul: 7, the world couldn’t have looked more different. It was Feb. 21, 2020, and RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook sat on a stage at the Today Show Plaza surrounded by hundreds of their fans, known as ARMY. It was freezing cold — they were all bundled up in coats, and clutching disposable hand warmers, and you can see their breath condensing in the air in photos and videos from the day — but for both the me
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