In Korean, "BTS" used to mean "Bulletproof Boy Scouts." In 2017, the group used "Beyond the Scene" as part of their new brand name.
Before joining BTS, Suga was an underground rapper who went by the name "Gloss." This name is similar to his real name, Min Yoon-gi, which means "shine" or "gloss."
According to an interview, Jung-Kook's 10-year goal is to be a tattoo artist or own a duck meat shop, not a composer/musician.
J-Hope is a skilled performer who began her career as a street dancer with Neutron. He took first place in both national and local dance contests.
The K-pop ensemble writes, composes, edits, and records all of their own music. Occasionally works with other artists.
BTS almost called themselves 'Big Kidz' or 'Young Nation,' but at the last minute chose Bangtan Sonyeondan, which has since become a worldwide phenomenon.
BTS lived in a one-room apartment and struggled for 3 years before making it big. Auditioned in 2010 but debuted in 2013 under Big Hit Entertainment.
RM, leader of the K-pop group, was formerly known as Rap Monster but now goes by "Real Me". He learned English by watching Friends, and is a proficient speaker.
BTS is a very popular boy band from South Korea. They have a huge group of fans around the world called the ARMY, which stands for Adorable Representative MC for Youth.
Western boy bands have five people, but K-pop groups can have more than ten people. BTS has 7: RM, Suga, Jin, Jimin, V, J-Hope, and Jungkook.