BTS Says “Permission To Dance” Video Shatters Major Misconceptions; Jimin adds “our best MV ever”
BTS are one of the most beloved K-pop groups in the world, with many hit songs and albums on their roster. As they recently released their latest music video, Permission to dance, they got together and posted a video of themselves having an intriguing discussion on the same topic. The members of BTS also discussed how they broke the prejudice of only showing up in their clips.
BTS on their last song Permission to dance
BTS’s official YouTube channel Bangtan TV recently posted a video clip of the band members where they were seen watching their latest. Permission to dance music video together. BTS members namely RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook spoke about the use of sign language in the video along with other interesting additions. Speaking about the sign language used in the video, J-Hope said, “The use of sign language is also very important” to which V added that “The sign language part was very meaningful”. another group member, Jimin, demonstrated the gestures used in their dance moves and did the signs of “dance”, “fun”, “very happy” and “peace”.
Later in the video, Jimin expressed his joy at the song’s release and said, “Of all our music videos, this MV is the first one that made me so happy. Our music videos were always fun to watch, but I think it didn’t make people happy. Adding to that, RM revealed, “I think we’ve broken the prejudice that others besides us don’t appear in our clips.” I think we broke that prejudice. ”
In addition, all members recalled how one of their comrades, Jungkook, had arrived on sets two hours earlier to shoot a specific scene. J-Hope later spoke about breaking down prejudices in his clip and said, “This clip made sense because there were ordinary people in it” and revealed how they were bodyguards, stylists, managers, light men and others.
BTS released their new song Permission to dance which is part of the K-pop group’s single Butter. The group collaborated with Ed Shereen for their song while the song was written by Johnny McDaid, Steve Mac, Ed Shereen and Jenna Andrews.
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