There was a time when Indian kids, especially those born in the ’90s used to fancy SRK or at the most Harry Potter (Danial Radcliffe) to be their first love. But, the decade has changed; and so is the taste of new teens. A large portion of this generation is obsessed with K-pop, K-Dramas, and BTS boys.
Korean beauty and food culture has been in trend for a long time. But, recently, the K-pop culture has hit India drastically. And when you ask about their favorites in K-pop, every person from Gen Z will reply ‘BTS.’ So what is this hype about BTS boys? Why are people going gaga about it?
If you are wondering the same, here are the answers to your questions.
The primary reason is people love their art. RM, Jungkook, V, J-Hope, Jin, Jimin, and Suga are highly artistic to keep the people hooked. Their expertise in the field of singing, dancing, and performing has helped them gain crazy fandom.
Another reason behind the popularity of the BTS is its lyrics. Real-life happenings from people’s lives have been converted into the lyrics of their songs. Although these lyrics are in the Korean language, they are so meaningful that people worldwide can relate to them.
At the third point, we can say that the promising attitude of BTS has kept the audience attracted to them. They are excellent at their vocation and work with full dedication. Not even once they have disappointed their fans by giving away a fraudulent performance or while they are on the stage.
Moreover, BTS motivates its fanbase to be optimistic and loving in every life situation. Because these boys are not inclined towards any bad habits, they become a source of inspiration for Gen Z today.
During the corona pandemic, people needed some distraction from the depressing news. Hence, they switched towards different modes of entertainment. And during this shift, BTS gained high popularity, and their talent got appreciated.