Is BTS coming to India?

A recent virtual interview of BTS took place by the Indian media company NDTV. Many things were discussed, including their upcoming album, virtual concerts, and potentially coming to India. Read below to find out more!

  • Globally-acclaimed South Korean band BTS debuted in 2013 under BigHit Entertainment.
  • The 7-member group consists of 3 rappers and 4 singers.
  • BTS was interviewed by NDTV's Rohit Khilnani on October 30, 2020.
BTS at Time Square for New Year's Eve concert 2019. Source: Brute

The musical group caused a buzz when they had their very first Indian interview this weekend. BTS were thrilled knowing how widespread their music truly is!

Screen capture from the NDTV interview

As a greeting, the band started by saying 'Namaste' to the anchor, the way of greeting in India.

BTS after performing 'DNA' at the American Music Awards. Source: Pinterest

Jin took it upon themselves to thank their fans for listening to them while J-Hope said he misses ARMY. We miss you too Hobi!

Rohit continued by discussing everything under the sun- from their recent album, to their quarantine concerts. V highlighted how grateful he is that technology can keep them connected with the fans despite being quarantined.

BTS V at the Lotte Duty Free family concert. Source: Winter StrawVerry

A special gift in the form of ARMYs' video messages were prepared for the group. I'm sure seeing their supportive fans made the band happy as seen by their smiling faces.

Screen capture from the interview. Source: BangtanINDIA via Twitter

RM ended by wishing this pandemic ends soon so that he can have fun concerts with the Indian ARMY as well. If I have to, I'll travel to India to meet him!

ARMYs were happy at being recognized and we hope BTS recognizes their global impact through this opportunity. BTS world domination is a reality, folks!

BTS being the brand ambassadors of FILA. Source: FILA Korea

Which countries do you think BTS might visit after the pandemic ends? Comment below!

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