BTS, a South Korean band of 7 members, released the music video of their new song Life Goes On from their new album BE. The music video shows all the raw emotions of the singers. It is also directed by one of the members. The music video has many aspects, but this one has their fans, the Army, in tears. Want to know why they are crying? Read below to find out!
BTS said they would put their raw emotions in this album. They did what they promised. The music video shows clips where the boys are driving, and V stares at the Jamsil Stadium in Seoul, South Korea. This is where they last performed the final of their Love Yourself Speak Yourself tour.
They must be sad after revisiting the memories of performing for Army. Army couldn't help but fell the same during this scene.
Towards the end of the song, BTS is in an empty stadium performing the chorus of the song. This represents what their life has become now. They perform in empty stadiums without their fans. Army wished they could be together.
This scene is also in a shade of black and white. Do you know why? Because BTS' life is colorless without their fans. They are incomplete without Army. Army has been feeling some kind of way since the music video dropped.
They cannot help but cry at the fact that BTS went through some hard times along with them. Yet, our strong boys released this hopeful message to comfort Army.