BTS’ 2nd English Language Song ‘Butter’ is Demolishing Multiple Records at Different Billboard Charts
Breakaway winner: With 11 total tracks on the “Global 200” ranking, BTS has broken its previous tie with BLACKPINK, and is now the South Korean musical act with the most placements on the weekly list.
BTS fans are scalping all types of merchandise online for hundreds of dollars and making money off of their idols.
Scalping the merchandise: K-pop fans, especially ones in the BTS ARMY, are notorious for buying and selling collectibles to show their support for their favorite bands and band members.
HBO announced earlier this month that South Korean supergroup BTS will make an appearance in the highly-anticipated “Friends” reunion special.
Former English teachers: Several members of BTS are fans of the popular ‘90s sitcom, but the group’s leader Kim Nam-joon, who goes by RM, revealed on “Ellen” back in 2017 that the show played an important role in teaching him English when he was a teenager.
What’s in it: The signature order includes a 10-piece Chicken McNuggets, medium fries and a medium Coke.
South Korean supergroup BTS has broken its previous record for the biggest YouTube music video Premiere after the release of “Butter.”
New song: On Friday, the music video of BTS’ newest English-language single received over 108.2 million views in 24 hours, beating the group’s first English-language single “Dynamite,” according to YouTube.
South Korean supergroup BTS just became the first all-Asian act to appear on the front cover of pop culture magazine Rolling Stone.
.@BTS_twt appears on our June cover.
The BTS ARMY has something new to look forward to next month as the South Korean supergroup collaborates with McDonald’s on a signature order.
The BTS-approved meal will include a 10-piece Chicken McNuggets, medium fries and a medium Coke, according to a press release.
Members of K-pop sensation BTS have expressed “grief and anger” amid the rise of hate crimes toward Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in recent months.
The South Korean group tweeted a statement supporting the #StopAsianHate movement on March 29.
Topps, an American trading card manufacturing company, has apologized for a newly released product that depicts a Grammy Awards trophy ready to injure the members of K-pop group BTS.
A German radio station has issued a public apology after fans and artists called out a radio host for comparing BTS to the coronavirus.
Bayern 3, a radio station in Bavaria state in southeast Germany, released the apology on Feb. 26 after its host, Matthias Matuschik, shared his opinion on BTS’ cover of Coldplay’s “Fix You” that fans deemed as racist, according to the Associated Press.
South Korea passed a new law that would let BTS and other world-renowned K-pop artists postpone their mandatory military service until the age of 30.
On Tuesday, the South Korean parliament passed an amendment to the Military Service Act, officially granting exceptions for global celebrities who help uplift the country’s economy and cultural status, Reuters reported.