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‘Smooth like butter’: BTS to release cookbook with favorite recipes

  • BTS’ label Hybe announced that they will be releasing a cookbook featuring the South Korean mega group’s personal recipes.

  • The cookbook is slated to come out later this year and will come in two versions: a "Global Edition" and a "Japan Edition."

  • Each recipe will be paired with a story about how it connects to a BTS member or the entire group.

  • QR codes in the cookbook will allow readers to access video guides made by the members.  

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BTS is slated for a delicious drop in the form of a cookbook titled “BTS Recipe Book: Book of Tasty Stories.”

The septet’s label Hybe announced on Twitter last week that the cookbook will be available later this year. A short trailer was also released to go with the announcement.

A description of the cookbook on BTS’ Weverse shop reads: “We hope that you will enjoy every moment as you follow the steps of these recipes, imagining the conversations and feelings of BTS when they were making these dishes.”

According to the cookbook’s description, every recipe will be paired with a story about how it connects to a BTS member or the entire group. QR codes in the cookbook will allow readers to access video guides featuring the different members.

The cookbook will come in two versions: a “Global Edition” and a “Japan Edition.” ARMYs can pre-order now via the group’s Weverse shop.

Even though they announced a group hiatus back in June, this past week has been eventful for BTS. The group announced the return of their web series “Run BTS,” member J-Hope made history as the first South Korean artist to headline Lollapalooza and a South Korean claimed that there may be a way for BTS to continue performing even while they serve in the military.

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