BTS's K-pop hits are at the top of the charts because they have catchy hooks, unique dance moves, and cool videos, and they make people feel good. "Dynamite" set new records on the Billboard charts around the world.
BTS' intense choreography for chart-topping songs shows their competitive attitude. Before concerts, they practise up to 12 hours a day and integrate global influences such as choreographer Sienna Lalau. 3J's work attitude is admired by Nick Joseph. BTS does not require authorization to dance.
Members of BTS are multi-talented people who create original music, collaborate fearlessly, and captivate with chart-topping songs and dance moves. Their diverse abilities vary from rapping, singing, and poetry to snowboarding and saxophone playing.
The adept use of social media by BTS management draws a diverse fandom of 47M Twitter followers, promoting inclusiveness and cultural diversity in K-pop. Even Vice President Joe Biden is taking note.
BTS won awards, including Best Artist at the AMAs. They also played at the Grammys and were the first Korean group to win a Billboard Music Award.
BTS motivates fans with their charitable efforts with UNICEF and upbeat songs. Their statement to the United Nations spread hope and addressed Asian hate crimes.
BTS's videos and tracks inspire people to love and care for themselves, and their "Love Myself" campaign promotes youth self-acceptance.
BTS is the world's biggest male idol group, with viral impact seen in their music, dance moves, and UN roles as Special Presidential Envoys for Future Generations and Culture (Jimin, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, V, RM, Jungkook).