BTS’s road to success was highlighted in the latest episode of KBS’s Good Insight, revealing how their dance moves have changed over the years.
BigHit Entertainment founder Bang Shi Hyuk spoke to an audience about the band’s rise to fame.
The documentary focuses on their recent trip to LA, and a clip shows the group practising for their American Music Awards (AMAs) performance where J-Hope sheds some light on how the boys have progressed.
He said: ‘We used to dance more than ten hours a day. But lately, the members catch which parts we need to match up in, so lately it seems like we do more than four hours a day.’
Their performance director and choreographer Son Seong Deuk also comments on the band’s moves.
He added: ‘Originally, the BTS members didn’t all dance well, like they do now. I wanted to make a group with a high quality in terms of performance.
‘So although of course other artists also work really hard, they’re a team that has overcome with a tremendous amount of practice.’
They were asked by Bang how they felt about their upcoming show and Jungkook said: ‘We’ve done a lot of performances, not just today, and the response has been so passionate and they’ve been loudly singing along with our songs.
‘So I think at the AMAs, thanks to our fans, we’ll be uplifted among all the other artists.’
Jimin added: ‘I think it still doesn’t feel real. It hasn’t hit met yet about where I’m performing, what a big and great place it is where I’ll be standing on stage, but I want to quickly go and feel the atmosphere.’
J-Hope has recently surprised fans with a live birthday broadcast and revealed he would shortly release a mix-tape, which he claims he spent the whole of last year working on.
He said: ‘I think you guys will like it. I know the more I say things like this, the more you guys will anticipate it.’
But the singer still has to mix tracks – so fans will have to wait a bit.
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