5 books that inspired BTS

Many Books that inspired the lyrics of BTS songs

BTS is the world-famous South Korean boyband also known as Bangtan Boys. They work under Hybe Label. They got debuted in 2013 and the band consists of 7 members. They are famous for their unique lyrics and music, also they never let language be a barrier for winning the hearts of their fans. They are the first Korean Boy Band to become the nominee of the Grammy Award and the first one to win the AMAs for the top artist of the year. In 2021 they have sold out 20 million albums and are known as the best-selling artist of South Korea.

BTS is famous for their lyrics as they get connected to their fans, Army. They focus on people’s mental health and it’s a way of making people know about what self-love is with the help of their music.

One of their albums is named “BTS: LOVE YOURSELF.” They also gave a speech at United Nations on Self Encouragement, Hope and Self Love.

Five books that inspired BTS are –‘Jung’s Map Of The Soul’ by Murray stain, which is a book that gave the idea about the Human Psyche. ‘Butterfly’ song was inspired by the book ‘Kalka On The Shore’ by Haruki Murakami. This book is about a 15-year-old kid who tries to escape his ill fate by running away. ‘Blood Sweat and Tears’ is inspired by the book ‘Demian’ by Hermann Hesse, is about a young boy’s maturation where he meets lightness and darkness and about the suffering and corruption he sees around himself. ‘Spring Day’ is inspired by the book ‘The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas’ by Ursula K. Le Guin. This book depicts the prosperity of the Utopian City’s Summer festival on the misery of a single child. In the ‘SPRING DAY’ music album we can see Jungkook, who is the youngest member and vocalist of BTS to be rumoured as a child. ‘Sea’ is the last track inspired by the book ‘1Q84’ written by Murakami, It features the line “Wherever there’s hope, there’s a trial.” which inspired BTS the most.

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