As far as big boybands go, BTS is colossal. And today, the seven-piece celebrates 8 wonderful years of creating inspirational music and chaotic antics.
Once upon a time, it all started with No More Dream".
Time flies when you're having fun, and we can imagine that being a BTS or ARMY member is fun with a capital F. In true Bangtan style, the K-Pop group is now trending all over the place. With congratulatory banners and billboards decorating the streets of Seoul and fan pages peppering the internet with heartfelt messages, it's evident that FESTA 2021 is in full swing and BTS season is officially here.
June 13, 2013: The Beginning of Bangtan
The year was 2013 when BTS debuted with Big Hit Entertainment. Their debut single, "No More Dream", was already an attestation to the group's promising potential. Fast forward a few years, and BTS has shattered records both in South Korea and across borders all over the globe with hits like, "Miktokosmos", "Boy With Luv, "Spring Day", and "On".
Proving that music is a universal language, the septet climbed the charts and gained fans by singing songs in their native Korean language. Now, the craze continues with their first 2 English tracks, "Dynamite" and "Butter".
As the culminating event of their 8th anniversary in the entertainment industry, BTS will be holding a two-day digital event called, 2021 Muster Sowoozoo.
Prompted to temporarily halt in-person events due to the pandemic, the show found a way to go on...online.
Sowoozoo is the sibling of Map of the Soul ON:E and Bang Bang Con The Live, two of BTS' digital concerts held in 2020.
Tickets are available on the Weverse shop and the show starts at 6:30 PM KST on both event dates.
With the outlandishly huge influx of love coming from BTS' loyal fandom, we can count on this Borahae thing to be forever. After all, 8 stands for infinity.
Here's to 8 years of burning the stage, breaking the silence, and bringing the soul, and many more on the rise. Congratulations, BTS! #8YearsToInfinityWithBTS
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