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Artist: BTS

Artist: BTS

Artist: BTS
Album: The Most Beautiful Moment in Life, Part 2
Released: 2015
Genres: Hip hop music, Korea Dance/Electronic, K-Pop

Autumn Leaves is produced by SUGA, who has taken part in producing various BTS songs

J-Hope is one of the primary songwriters for the boy band of which he is a member, BTS.

The group has over 235 songs containing studio albums, soundtrack albums, reissues, and compilation albums. We have curated a list of all the songs by the group from albums, solos, mixtapes, and other soundtracks. The group also has single albums, mini albums, and Japanese albums. Here is the list of all BTS songs.

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There is hardly any youth who doesn’t know about the South Korean boy band ‘BTS’, also known as Bangtan Boys. The band, which debuted in 2013, consists of seven members. As of 2021, having sold 20 million albums, BTS is the best-selling artist in South Korean history.

Artist: BTS

The band’s lyrics are often based on personal and social commentary and touch on themes like mental health, troubles of school age-youth and coming of age, loss, the journey towards loving oneself, and individualism. Interestingly, several books inspired the lyrics of many songs of BTS. Here’s a look at 5 of them.

The lyrics of BTS’ “Butterfly” heavily reflect on one of the two plots that make up Murakami’s ‘Kafka On the Shore.” It centers on a 15-year-old kid who runs away to escape his ill fate. More importantly, three lines from the novel directly reference the novel: “I don’t know if this is reality or a dream, my Kafka on the shore, don’t go to those woods over there.”

The book is a psychological book that describes the work of Carl Jung, who theorized and gave ideas about the human psyche. The album ‘Map Of The Soul: Persona’ is inspired by this book and its name derives directly from the name of the book.

Artist: BTS

BTS’ second full studio album ‘Wings’ was completely based on ‘Demian’. Several topics from the coming-of-age novel were portrayed in ‘Blood, Sweat, and Tears’. The book follows a young boy’s maturation as he grapples with good and evil, lightness and darkness, and forges alternatives to the ever-present corruption and suffering that he sees all around him.

A short philosophical fiction, the story depicts a summer festival in the utopian city of Omelas, whose prosperity depends on the perpetual misery of a single child. Similarly, we can see bits and pieces of this tale reveal themselves throughout Spring Day’s clip, with Jungkook (youngest member and vocalist of BTS) rumored to be the child.

The trilogy revolves around the perspectives of two characters that travel to the alternate reality “1Q84.” The world appears identical except for the machinations of the Little People, a group of magical dwarves who speak through the leader of a religious cult, and the presence of an extra moon. Lyrics to “Sea” paint a world that loosely hints at some places that are present in the dystopian novel’s universe. It also features a line that comes straight from the book: “Wherever there’s hope, there’s a trial.”

Artist: BTS

Literature is known for its many famous romances and heartbreaks. Whether it is Romeo and Juliet, Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth, or Scarlett O’ Hara and Rhett Butler – all have defined romance and love for literary enthusiasts in different ways. Furthermore, several lines and letters from classic romance novels have made their way into the hearts of millennials. Thus, here’s a look at 5 love letters from books that will pierce your heart and make you believe in love even more.

You pierce my soul. I am half agony, half hope. Tell me not that I am too late, that such precious feelings are gone for ever. I offer myself to you again with a heart even more your own than when you almost broke it, eight years and a half ago. Dare not say that man forgets sooner than woman, that his love has an earlier death. I have loved none but you.”

From their meeting in 1921, Vladimir’s letters to his beloved Véra form a narrative arc that tells a forty-six year-long love story, and they are memorable in their entirety.
“My tenderness, my happiness, what words can I write for you? How strange that although my life’s work is moving pen over paper, I don’t know how to tell you how I love you, how I desire you. Such agitation — and such divine peace: melting clouds immersed in sunshine — mounds of happiness. And I am floating with you, in you, aflame and melting — and a whole life with you is like the movement of clouds, their airy, quiet falls, their lightness and smoothness, and the heavenly variety of outline and tint — my inexplicable love. I cannot express these cirrus-cumulus sensations,” writes Vladimir in one of his letters.

Artist: BTS

“There’s nothing in all the world I want but you and your precious love. All the material things are nothing. I’d just hate to live a sordid, colorless existence because you’d soon love me less and less and I’d do anything — anything — to keep your heart for my own. I don’t want to live—I want to love first, and live incidentally… Don’t—don’t ever think of the things you can’t give me. You’ve trusted me with the dearest heart of all—and it’s so damn much more than anybody else in all the world has ever had.”

“Sometimes I like you so much I can’t stand it. It fills up inside me, all the way to the brim, and I feel like I could overflow. I like you so much I don’t know what to do with it. My heart beats so fast when I know I’m going to see you again. And then, when you look at me the way you do, I feel like the luckiest girl in the world,” reads a letter from Lara Jean Covey to Peter Kavinsky.

Even though the romance ended tragically when Keats died from tuberculosis at the age of 25, it was filled with beautiful love letters.
Here’s a look at one of them:

Artist: BTS

“You are always new. The last of your kisses was ever the sweetest; the last smile the brightest; the last movement the gracefullest. When you pass’d my window home yesterday, I was fill’d with as much admiration as if I had then seen you for the first time. Even if you did not love me I could not help an entire devotion to you.”

‘Young Adult’ is a genre that came into existence nearly half a decade ago and has been extremely popular with adolescents but more so with adults. Targeting mainly the age group of 12-18, the young adult genre is constantly developing and new, better work is being done. As the year is coming to a close, we bring to you the best of the genre that you should read before 2021 ends.

Campbell is all about proms, wealthy people and everything that Liz doesn’t associate with. Securing admission at Pennington to become a doctor is her dream which rests mostly on the provision of financial aid. When the financial help becomes unavailable, Liz decides to resort to the Prom Contest of her college in which the Prom King and the Prom Queen would be awarded scholarships. As she steps into the competition, she finds her focus shifting towards a new interest!

Artist: BTS

Sirscha Ashwyn is an ambitious woman who trains hard to secure the position of the Queen’s next Royal Spy. When her best friend Saengo is killed in an attack by shamans, all her plans are thwarted. She manages to restore her to life and it is revealed that she is the first Soul guide to exist in living memory. This discovery isn’t limited to itself, a series of adventures await her!

A group of happy magicians is breaking apart. They are having trouble with their magic, themselves and each other which is breaking them apart but is it really possible when their fates are intertwined? An unexpected ending and a unique plot make this one an adrenaline ride you’ll enjoy!

There is hardly any youth who doesn’t know about the South Korean boy band ‘BTS’, also known as Bangtan Boys. The band, which debuted in 2013, consists of seven members. As of 2021, having sold 20 million albums, BTS is the best-selling artist in South Korean history.

The band’s lyrics are often based on personal and social commentary and touch on themes like mental health, troubles of school age-youth and coming of age, loss, the journey towards loving oneself, and individualism. Interestingly, several books inspired the lyrics of many songs of BTS. Here’s a look at 5 of them.

The lyrics of BTS’ “Butterfly” heavily reflect on one of the two plots that make up Murakami’s ‘Kafka On the Shore.” It centers on a 15-year-old kid who runs away to escape his ill fate. More importantly, three lines from the novel directly reference the novel: “I don’t know if this is reality or a dream, my Kafka on the shore, don’t go to those woods over there.”

BTS, also known as the Bangtan Boys, is a South Korean boy band formed in 2010 and debuting in 2013 under Big Hit Entertainment. The septet—consisting of members Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V, and Jungkook—co-writes and co-produces much of their own material. Wikipedia
Active from: 2013

Awards: American Music Award for Artist of the Year, MORE
Nominations: American Music Award for Artist of the Year, MORE
Record labels: Big Hit Music, Hybe Corporation, MORE

BTS, in full Bangtan Sonyeondan (Korean: “Bulletproof Boy Scouts” or “Bangtan Boys”), also called Beyond the Scene, South Korean K-pop (Korean pop music) band that shot to international stardom in the late 2010s. Its seven members were Jin (byname of Kim Seok-Jin; b.

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