BTS a South Korean band is one of the most popular bands in the world. Earlier, the South Korean industry has seen some bad days when they were losing some brightest and greatest artists from the industry to depression and suicide. Reports like Goo Hara committing suicide, K-pop singer Sulli ending her life and K-pop group member Cha In-ha passing away for unknown reasons has shattered the industry as well as the fans of the band who saw three deaths in a row. Amid the grief, here’s happy news for you guys as the BTS band shared a new behind-the-scenes video on their YouTube channel.
In the video, we see your favourite singer Jungkook enjoying some new flavours of ice-creams but hey, that’s not what we are focused on right now. Wondering what it is? Well, the video which was dropped online a few days ago was with subtitles. That’s right. Knowing that the band has a huge fan following across the globe, they have released it with English subtitles. In recent times, the ARMY has been begging the entertainment managing company to release videos with subtitles and for the first time, Big Hit rolled out the video with English subtitles. ALSO READ: K-Pop Singer Jung Joon-Young Sentenced To 6 Years Of Prison After Found Guilty For Gang Rape
Apart from that many fans also poked fun att eh content of the video. Well, it has Jungkook eating ice cream, that's it! This left fans confused that why the hell did they watch the 3-minute long video of the singer eating ice cream and doing nothing else. While some are really happy to see subtitles, as one commented, "YES, FINALLY ENGLISH SUBTITLES!!!" another one wrote, "Omg I've watch this like 5 times and i notice that there is subtitles."
While the channel gives interesting behind-the-scenes information about BTS, the band spoke in Korean and non-Korean speaking ARMY would reach out to fellow members seeking translation. Now that they have English subtitles well that would be easy for you guys to watch, right? Now, isn’t that cool? Guess, it is definitely a good deal for the non-Korean speaking audience.
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