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BTS’s Jungkook avoid being blinded by fame

BTS’s Jungkook avoid being blinded by fame
Nov 1, (Agencies) | Publish Date: 10/31/2020 12:59:52 PM IST

 To reach out to their fans in India, BTS sat down for an exclusive interview with NDTV‘s Rohit Khilnani. Due to all of the group’s accomplishments, such as topping Billboard charts and selling out concerts worldwide, Rohit asked the group how they manage to stay humble.

Jungkook spoke for them all with his response on how they keep their heads on straight, no matter how many awards they receive or the growing number of people who know their names.

In response to all of BTS’s accomplishments, Jungkook shared that every single one they received still felt unbelievable. “They are all amazing things that we still can’t make sense of.” He then mentioned the source of what had made them successful enough to earn those achievements.

Fans were the ones who pushed them to the top: “There could be various factors that contributed to us coming this far, may it be our effort or timing. But, we truly believe that the love and support from ARMY made all of this possible.”

Knowing that ARMY is the main force that generated their fame reminds BTS not to take anything for granted or let their superstardom blind them. “That’s the most important thing that keeps us grounded.”

Since their debut back in 2013, BTS has never shown a side of themselves that was anything but humble. From Jungkook’s heartwarming response, it makes perfect sense why.

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“No language barrier in music,” says BTS
 
Speaking exclusively to NDTV’s Rohit Khilnani, BTS said, “There is no language barrier when it comes to music. We also listen to songs of various languages that we don’t understand. Music is a medium that connects people. And we thank ARMY for enjoying our songs even though they don’t speak the language.”
BTS have been particularly busy during the pandemic. Apart from releasing Dynamite in August, they performed an online concert and will release their new album BE on November 20. 
“More than ever, during this global pandemic, music transcends barriers, nationalities and age. It’s encouraging for us to hear how our music gave some energy through a difficult period,” BTS told NDTV.
It hasn’t been easy, of course. “Our fans are of course the driving force that motivates us. We are here today because of them. For this concert, we were able to see our fans through screens and we could also hear their voices. It’s been such a long time since we last saw them, so it was a very emotional and overwhelming experience. We were also thankful that so many fans joined us to enjoy the concert. With the help of technology, we could narrow the gap between us and our fans, which makes us feel comfortable with online concerts,” BTS said.
(NDTV)
 

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