K-pop band members choose these two numbers as their toughest songs

There is no BTS stop. They just keep delivering one hit after another. But how does a band with too many monstrous success choose a song that they can call absolutely special? The biggest boy group in the world today talks about the blood, sweat and tears that go into their creations, while also considering a response. The South Korean boy group, known for their best-selling dance hits with impressive timing in their moves in MVs like “Fire,” “Not Today,” “Dope,” “Mic Drop,” says it would be a mix between their 2018 song “Idol” and last year’s “ON” when it comes to picking their hardest number. Also Read – BTS: Suga’s Heartwarming Gesture For Indian Food Delivery Guy In South Korea Is The Best Thing Today On The Internet

For the group of seven, it would seem like a daunting task to reduce the number to two, given that they have yet to produce next to nothing that does not mesmerize their ever-growing fan base. Also Read – BTS’s V and Jungkook aka TAEKOOK Share the Most Amazing Friendship On The Planet, And Here Is The Proof – Watch Videos

But then RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook tell IANS “the harder the job, the greater the satisfaction.” Also Read – This Is What McDonald’s BTS Meal Looks Like In Different Countries

“I think the choreography for ON was the most difficult. There were a lot of things we had to pay attention to, including the technical aspects of the choreography and the overall feel of the dance,” says J-Hope. SUGA and V agree that “ON” is “the most difficult”.

Jimin, who is the lead singer and foremost in the dance line, said, “As far as the difficulty level goes, it’s definitely on. We didn’t perform the song in front of our fans in person, so I really want to show them. “

“ON was a song with difficult movements and consumed a lot of stamina,” says Jung Kook, explaining why this is their most difficult.

RM, however, is undecided between the two – the choice for him could be “Idol” or ON ”. Jin is sure of his answer, although he seems to think differently from his group mates.

“IDOL was the most difficult for us because it’s a song that required constant movement with no interruption in between,” he explains.

Right now, as their new single ‘Butter’ continues to break records, BTS or Bangtan Sonyeondan are touching the sky with massive success like no other band has done in recent times in the world, surfing on a wave that few musicians have made in the history of popular music.

(With IANS entries)

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