.@toojazzy25 author of "BTS The Review: A Comprehensive Look at the Music of BTS" was interviewed alongside Yuka K., the translator of the JPN. version of his 📕 by Asahi Books.

This article covers the music industry & @BTS_twt.

More Info!👇#BTSResearch
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Youngdae Kim was first introduced to BTS at KCON held in LA in 2014.

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"I was instinctively aware that something new was starting from the look and enthusiastic reaction. After that, BTS steadily increased the number of fans in the US and laid the groundwork for their 2018 break."

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Youngdae Kim says that although BTS origin was from K-Pop, BTS brought something new. Its where storytelling is as important as the music.

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(Talking about the #DearClassof2020 Speech)

Youngdae Kim says "BTS is a superstar that everyone acknowledges", but on the other hand, they share their as young man as well.

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(Talking about the D.C. of 2020 Speech)

"Frustration, loneliness, anxiety, uncertainty... The BTS members' speeches on that day also frankly stated their uneasiness, which is also the sentiment for students who are about to graduate."-Youngdae Kim
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"BTS, who plays an active part on the🌍stage, gives a powerful impression by knowing that "I am not the only one who is worried"...BTS' message transcends national, ethnic, & religious barriers & is more influential in the 🇺🇸 than any other foreign artist."

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Recently, he had the opportunity to meet an ARMY in their 70s. This woman said "I feel nostalgic for various reasons. It's because I feel like I'm back in my youth, because [of the feelings] young, dynamic, and somehow simple and natural."

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The interview also covers the challenges BTS still face in the music industry (U.S.), as well they talk a bit about the post-Hallyu wave & the change in the Korean music industry up to now. The BLM was also discussed in terms of how BTS responded.
And finally they both spoke about how can K-Pop advance in the Japanese market.

This is a great article for those of you studying the Korean Music Industry, the localization of K-Pop in Japan, as well as the influence of BTS music worldwide.
Please note that this thread did not cover the whole article. We encourage you to read it if you can!
Youngdae Kim is a music critic & an author, who serves as a member of the Selection Committee for KMA.

Yuka K., the translator of the JPN. version of this book, she was director of "News Station" & has written various pieces about the Hallyu wave.
You can purchase the English version of his book here:

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