Are BTS songs interrelated?

Are BTS songs interrelated?

Yes, BTS MV’s, trailers and short films are all connected. BIG HIT ENTERTAINMENT has provided a background story for the MVs, depending on which era the MV belongs to.

Is the BTS storyline true?

The BTS Universe or Bangtan Universe (often shortened to BU; 방탄소년단 세계관), initially known as The Most Beautiful Moment in Life Series, Hwa Yang Yeon Hwa Series or HYYH Series until the official name and logo were first used in 2017, is an original story that is centered on a series of music videos and short films.

Who directed film out BTS?

Film Out

“Film Out”
Songwriter(s) Iyori Shimizu Jungkook UTA
Producer(s) Back Number UTA
BTS singles chronology
“Life Goes On” (2020) “Film Out” (2021) “Butter” (2021)
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What does BTS’ ‘Fake Love’ music video mean?

Many of BTS’ music videos have cryptic stories and symbolism that are still being dissected to this day. Out of the current music videos released thus far, “FAKE LOVE” is the hardest to decipher. The song itself is based around the saying, “a flower can’t be bloomed in a dream that can’t come true” and the same can be said for the music video.

What can we learn from BTS’ music videos?

One of the first things fans learn about BTS is they don’t mess around when it comes to their music videos. Each of the group’s visuals is stunning, and they never fail to leave the viewer thinking about its possible meaning behind it. As new fans start to piece together BTS’ music videos, they begin to realize that many of them actually connect.

How many views did BTS’s “BTS” video get?

There is a high chance that many people discovered BTS thanks to this song and it is definitely a good start. In the first 24 hours of its release, the video gained 11 million views. Three years later, it multiplied to reach an unbelievably estimated 415 million.

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How did BTS’ ‘Fire’ become so popular?

The fact that it became BTS’ second music video to reach over 600 million views (while currently being at 656 million today), the numbers show that even years after its release, “FIRE” will remain a treat for the eyes. BTS’ popularity landed them in incredible opportunities, such as collaborating with tons of western artists.