BTS (Bangtan Boys) challenges to make New Year’s cards on Chinese New Year

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BTS conveyed their Lunar New Year greetings.

On the 10th, a video titled “Let’s Make New Year Card” was posted on BTS’s official YouTube channel.

The video shows BTS trying to make a New Years cards while the members all wore beautifully designed hanbok (traditional Korean clothing) and showed off their seven different colors.

The relay was led by V and Jungkook, who showed off their talents and drew a rough sketch of a lucky bag with a cow.

After passing the baton, Jin and J-HOPE colored the lucky bag with crayons. They painted passionately and ended up with a lucky bag with gorgeous colors.

The last runners were RM, SUGA, and Jimin. RM concentrated on applying stickers, while SUGA crayoned and wrote on a leftover lucky bag draft. Jimin put a cute pattern of tape on the corner of the New Year’s card, adding to the atmosphere.

RM said, “Happy New Year to everyone. Like a cow,” and Jimin said, “I hope you get big blessings like a cow.” RM added, “Not simple, but big blessings.”

Jin said, “I hope ARMY (BTS fans) will receive the blessings of the members’ blood, sweat and tears and be happy. This bag of good fortune will visit the hearts of all ARMY. Jimin explained, “It was a picture of V with a big meaning, that if you draw it scary, bad luck will escape,” and V nodded, “That’s right.

BTS’s album “BE (Deluxe Edition)” was released on November 20 last year, and their title track “Life Goes On” reached No. 1 on music charts in Korea and abroad, sweeping the awards ceremony as well as the grand prize. In particular, it simultaneously ranked No. 1 on the Billboard 200, the main album chart of the U.S. Billboard, and the HOT 100, the main singles chart, proving again their global popularity.

The album “BE (Essential Edition)” will be released on the 19th of this month. The album will be a heartfelt response from BTS to their fans around the world, who together created a new history by ranking No. 1 on the U.S. Billboard singles chart “HOT100” and being nominated for a “Grammy Award” in 2021.

They will be the first Korean artists to appear on “MTV Unplugged Presents: BTS,” which will be broadcast on SBS MTV at 11 a.m. (Korean time) on March 24, and will perform many of their hit songs.

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