In today’s post, I wanted to do a breakdown of BTS’s shows for the uninitiated.
After ending the week last week on such a serious note, I’d like to do something a little lighter and talk about the friends I’ve made as a result of Kpop.
In my last post, I talked about how it was innovative and unique and a perfect example of the other incredible ways content creators are utilizing social media but Outcast itself has some other interesting qualities too.
I told myself I wasn’t going to talk about these albums because I already talked enough about Dark & Wild but I can’t help it. BTS are such amazing storytellers […]
Let me just say that the AMAs knew what they were doing by saving BTS for second to last. The entire venue was filled with ARMYs…
In light of BTS’s upcoming performance at the AMAs, I wanted to delve into some serious stuff regarding Kpop and how we, as Americans and Westerners, consume it.
I’ve been theorizing about why BTS works for years and it always comes down to a few things: social media presence, ARMYs, and relatability.