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BTS has started promotions for their newest song “Blood Sweat & Tears”, and one member has taken that title a little too seriously.

Eagled eyed fans noticed Jungkook‘s bleeding finger during the group’s comeback stage on Music Bank. His cut appeared rather deep as the blood is vividly visible.

BTS' Jungkook bleeding on Music Bank

The maknae was unfazed by the injury, giving his all in his performance.

BTS' Jungkook on Music Bank

Perhaps the cut even added to his performance, allowing him to portray even greater expressions of pain and intensity.

The jagged cut almost looked like a lightening bolt when shown up close.

BTS' Jungkook's severe cut on Music Bank

Jungkook did receive some medical attention afterwards; his hand was bandaged up for their second stage “Am I Wrong”. His adorable charm still shines through, despite any obstacle.

BTS' Jungkook on Music Bank

The cause of the bleeding is unknown, but it is speculated that one of his accessories was the culprit. Hopefully the group will be more cautious during their promotions!

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Excited! Looks Bloody hand Jungkook BTS when Shown at Event Music Bank

BTS just hold its comeback stage on Music Bank show, Friday (14/10).

However, BTS made fans worry because Jungkook hand was bleeding when busy dancing.

This is evident when the camera panned the show choreography where Jungkook bloody hand in passing.

Visible blood stick in his right hand around his forefinger and thumb.

Despite his looks bleed quite a lot, Golden Magnae is seen still trying to focus on dance with passion.

Although it seems Jungkook seen in pain during his performance.

Jungkook receive medical attention after the incident.

BTS in his second appearance with the song "Am I Wrong", his looks were bandaged.

The cause of the bleeding until then unknown.

But fans speculate that the one who spread the accessories Jungkook hands bloody.

While, to date, the agency that houses the BTS, Bighit Entertainment, has not provided further details.

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Blood Sweat & Tears (song)

2016 single by BTS

This article is about the BTS song. For the Ava Max song, see Blood, Sweat & Tears (Ava Max song).

2016 single by BTS

"Blood Sweat & Tears" (Korean: 피 땀 눈물; RR: Pi ttam nunmul; Japanese: 血、汗、涙; Hepburn: Chi, ase, namida) is a song recorded in two languages (Korean and Japanese) by South Korean boy band BTS. It was written by "Hitman" Bang, Kim Do-hoon, RM, Suga, J-Hope, and Pdogg, with the latter of the six solely handling production. The Korean version was released on October 10, 2016, as the lead single from the band's second studio album, Wings (2016), by Big Hit Entertainment. The Japanese version of the song was released on May 10, 2017, through Universal Music Japan, as a single album that included the B-side tracks "Spring Day" and "Not Today", both also in Japanese. It is a moombahton, trap, and tropical house song with influences of dancehall and reggaeton. The song's lyrics address the pain of addictive love.

The song received generally positive reviews from music critics, who were favourable towards its production, the refreshing sound, and BTS' vocal delivery. It was also likened to the musical styles of Major Lazer and Justin Bieber. It was nominated for the Song of the Year at the 2016 Mnet Asian Music Awards and appeared on the decade-end lists of the best K-pop songs by Billboard and GQ. Commercially, the Korean version of the song debuted at number one on South Korea's Gaon Digital Chart, becoming the band's first number one on the chart. As of May 2019, the song has sold over 2.5 million copies in South Korea. The Japanese version peaked at number one on the Oricon Singles Chart, becoming the 22nd best-selling single of 2017 in Japan. It received a platinum certification from the Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ) for shipments of 250,000 copies in the country.

Two music videos were filmed for "Blood Sweat & Tears", one for the Korean version and another for the Japanese version; the first video was directed by YongSeok Choi and premiered via Big Hit's YouTube channel on October 10, 2016. Inspired by Hermann Hesse's coming of age novel, Demian (1991), the symbolism-heavy video depicts BTS exploring a museum and performing choreography. The video was awarded the Best Music Video at the 2017 Seoul Music Awards. The second video, featuring psychedelic and neon colours, was uploaded to Universal Japan's YouTube channel on May 10, 2017. BTS promoted the song with televised live performances on various South Korean music programs, including M! Countdown, Music Bank, and Inkigayo. It was also included on the set list of their second worldwide concert tour, The Wings Tour (2017).

Background and release[edit]

Following the conclusion of their three-part narrative "Youth" series, which presented the theme of the beauty of youth and its uncertainties, BTS announced the release of their second Korean-language studio album Wings in 2016.[1][2] "Blood Sweat & Tears" was confirmed to be included on Wings when the band shared the track-listing of the album.[3] On October 7, 2016, the song was announced as the lead single from the album.[4] The song was written by "Hitman" Bang, Kim Do-hoon, RM, Suga, J-Hope, and its producer Pdogg. The track was engineered by the producer, while mixing was handled by James F. Reynolds at Schmuzik Studios.[5]

"Blood Sweat & Tears" was released for digital download and streaming by Big Hit Entertainment on October 10, 2016, as the lead single from Wings.[6][7][8] A Japanese version of the song was recorded, and issued digitally for purchase on May 10, 2017 by Universal Music Japan as the band's seventh Japanese-language single album, together with the Japanese versions of previously released 2017 Korean singles, "Spring Day" and "Not Today".[9][10] The single album was also released as a four-version CD single in Japan on the same day, with a regular edition and three different limited editions; A, B and C.[11][12][13][14] All four editions contain Japanese versions of "Blood, Sweat & Tears" as the A-side and "Not Today" as B-side track, while the Japanese version of "Spring Day" is included exclusively on the regular edition. In addition, edition A includes a DVD that contains the music videos for both the Korean and Japanese versions of "Blood, Sweat & Tears".[12] Edition B also comes with a DVD, which contains behind the scenes footage of the music video for the Japanese version of the song and the making of the album jacket photos, while C contains a 36-page photobook.[13][14] The lyrics for the Japanese version were written by KM-MARKIT.[15] It was subsequently included as the third track on BTS' third Japanese-language studio album Face Yourself (2018).[16]

Music and lyrics[edit]

As opposed to BTS' signature hip hop sound, "Blood Sweat & Tears" was described as a hybrid of moombahton, trap, and tropical house.[8][20][21] The song takes influence from dancehall and reggaeton.[1][22] It is composed in the key of C minor, with a moderate tempo of 93 beats per minute, and runs for 3:37.[23] Instrumentally, the song relies on keyboards, synthesizer, and Caribbean drums.[5][24] The song employs a "layered" production that consists of "spacey chill-house beats," "airy synths," "echoing sirens" and "rhythmic claps."[8][20] A reviewer from The Singles Jukebox noted similarities in the song's composition to the styles of Norwegian production duo Stargate.[24]

The verses are driven by "pounding beats," and use an emotional and melancholic delivery.[8][18] The vocal approaches are characterized by gentle, cascading chimes, as well as "sentimental crooning."[8][20] The song features "feathery coos," "breathy" falsettos, "chopped vocal" hooks and at-times, "undulating" raps from the band.[17][18][24] The chorus is "circuitous," in which they chant "My blood, sweat and tears, my last dance, take it all away."[24] It leads to a smoky, electronic-dance-driven breakdown, which was compared to the "emotionally tinged" works of Major Lazer and Justin Bieber.[18]

Speaking about the concept and the meaning of the song at a press conference, RM stated: "The harder a temptation is to resist, the more you think about it and vacillate. That uncertainty is part of the process of growing. 'Blood Sweat & Tears' is a song that shows how one thinks, chooses, and grows."[25] Suga added that "the song conveys an optimistic determination to use our wings to go far, even if we encounter temptations in life."[25] Lyrically, the song talks about the pain of addictive love.[19] The lyrics address the themes of "temptation" and "carnal willingness" to sacrifice everything, through lines like: "Kiss me, I don't care if it hurts/ Hurry up and choke me/ So I can't get hurt any more."[26] An editor from Billboard wrote that the song "embraces the sense of desperation that the septet had featured on previous singles, like 'I Need U' and 'Save Me'."[17]

Critical reception[edit]

"Blood Sweat & Tears" was met with generally positive reviews from music critics. Jeff Benjamin of Fuse praised the track's sound and the band's vocal delivery, writing that the "wholly accessible dance single" is "perfect for today's pop soundscape."[18] Benjamin also wrote an article for Billboard where he cited it as BTS' best song and said, "the raps, the vocal deliveries and the visuals all feel specific and important to their developing story, while still being wholly accessible to audiences around the globe [...] and only continue to push their art deeper into the global music scene."[27] Tamar Herman, in a separate Billboard review, labelled the song as "game-changing" and called it "sonically" complex. She praised the "ethereal vocals" and "high notes," adding that the song "maintains BTS' bombastic style even while shifting away from hip-hop and toward a more mainstream, Major Lazer-esque sound."[8] In The Malaysia Star, Chester Chin commended the song for its "infectious EDM sounds."[28] Jacques Peterson of Idolator wrote that the track "wouldn't sound out of place on Justin Bieber's Purpose."[29] Hyun-su Yim from The Korea Herald praised the song for its "minimalist" chorus and "synth-based" production.[30]

Reviewing for Vulture, T.K. Park and Youngdae Kim felt that the song evolved the band's sound and musical direction in a way "that represents a turning point in [BTS'] career." They elaborated writing: "Despite being influenced by dancehall, reggaeton, and moombahton, the number eschews the partylike atmosphere of its influences, electing instead for a baroque mysticism."[22] Craig Jenkins, also of Vulture, deemed the track as "dark and existential."[31] Taylor Glasby of Dazed lauded the song's production and the band's vocal delivery, writing that "BTS are able to marry the lyrics' intimate, bloodied brokenness to an opposing state of leviathan pop with such effortlessness that it dominates all that stands before it."[20]IZM's Minhyung Hyun observed that "the theme of 'temptation' that was a new concept following 'school' and 'youth' [series], fitted with their lyrics" and displayed growth towards "a slightly intense identity" than that "shown through their previous works" with the song. He also praised the production and dubbed the song's chorus as "addictive," which captured "emotions."[32] For Tamara Fuentes of Seventeen, the song "ushers in the new era in a beautiful way."[33]

Accolades[edit]

Billboard and Dazed selected "Blood Sweat & Tears" as one of the 20 best K-pop songs of 2016.[20][34] The former ranked it at number 7 and 16 on their lists of the 100 best K-pop songs of 2010s and 100 greatest boy band songs of all time, respectively.[17][35]GQ placed the song on their decade-end list of the best K-pop songs of the 2010s and picked it as the highlight of 2016. On behalf of the magazine, Glasby called the song BTS' "magnum opus."[21] "Blood Sweat & Tears" was nominated for Song of the Year at the 2016 Mnet Asian Music Awards.[36] The song achieved the top spot on various South Korean weekly music programs, garnering a total of six awards, including two consecutive wins on Music Bank.[37] It also achieved two consecutive Melon Weekly Popularity Awards due to being a substantial success on digital platforms.[38]

Commercial performance[edit]

"Blood Sweat & Tears" was a commercial success in South Korea. It debuted at number one on the Gaon Digital Chart for the chart issue dated October 9–15, 2016, becoming BTS' first domestic number one.[48][49] The song also peaked at number one on the component Download Chart, selling 198,987 digital units in its first week of release.[50] "Blood Sweat & Tears" was the sixth best-performing song in October 2016 on the Gaon Monthly Digital Chart, based on digital sales, streaming, and background music (instrumental track) downloads.[51] As of May 2019, "Blood Sweat & Tears" has sold over 2.5 million digital copies in South Korea.[52] The song peaked at number one on the US BillboardWorld Digital Songs chart for the week of October 29, 2016, the band's second chart topper, following on from "Fire" (2016).[53] In Canada, the song led to BTS becoming the third Korean act to chart on the Canadian Hot 100 by peaking at number 86, a new best for a K-pop group.[54]

Following the release of "Blood Sweat & Tears" as a single album in Japan, the single album topped the Oricon Daily Singles Chart on its first day of release, selling 141,243 copies.[55][56] "Blood Sweat & Tears" peaked at number one on the Oricon Weekly Singles Chart for the chart issue dated May 8–14, 2017, becoming BTS' second number one single on the chart.[57][58] The single album sold 238,795 copies in its first week, making BTS the fastest foreign artist to surpass 200,000 copies in a week.[59] In May 2017, the single sold 273,000 copies, achieving higher sales than the band's previous Japanese single album "Run" (2016).[60] For the year end chart, the former ranked as the 22nd best-selling single of 2017 in Japan.[61] It also became the second-highest charting single by a Korean artist in the country, the first being BTS' eighth Japanese single, "Mic Drop/ DNA / Crystal Snow" (2017) at number 13.[62] "Blood Sweat & Tears" additionally charted at number one on the Billboard Japan Hot 100 for the issue dated May 22, 2017, selling 310,276 copies.[63][64] In February 2018, "Blood Sweat & Tears" was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ), denoting shipments of 250,000 copies in Japan.[65]

Music videos[edit]

An accompanying music video was released to Big Hit's YouTube channel on October 10, 2016; it was preceded by a teaser, which was released via the same platform on October 6.[66][67] The video was directed by YongSeok Choi of Lumpens, with Edie YooJeong Ko serving as the assistant director. It was choreographed by Keone Madrid and Quick Style Crew, under the supervision of Sungdeuk Son. HyunWoo Nam of GDW received credit as the director of photography, while GyeungSeok Kim and MoonYoung Lee served as the gaffer and art director, respectively.[66] Inspired by Hermann Hesse's 1919 coming of age novelDemian, the six-minute long visual heavily contains baroque symbolism, and explores the concepts of "fate, reality, life and death, and falling from grace."[8][68]

The music video opens with the seven members of BTS exploring a museum that is filled with European Renaissance replications and weeping angels, and switches to showing the band posing together.[8][66] The clip then zooms out briefly before depicting the seven members in a hall, where they start performing choreography as the opening line of the song plays.[66] Footage alternates between close-up shots of each member staring directly into the camera and group-shots to the performance of "sensual choreography," which has their hands "constantly blind, seek, and reveal desire and truth."[20][66] In some scenes, BTS drink colourful elixirs, wear blindfolds, blow smoke, and jump to and from the camera.[18] Throughout the visual, the band members are seen dancing in multiple sets or being confined by extravagant rooms that have classic white sculptures kept in dark places, tied up or trapped.[8][68] At one point, RM recites a passage from Demian, which is not included in the studio version of the song.[8] The video features classical imagery and several references to literature and art, such as the quote "One must still have chaos within oneself to give birth to a dancing star" from the opening lines of Friedrich Nietzsche's philosophical novel Thus Spoke Zarathustra and the paintings The Lament for Icarus (1898) by Herbert James Draper, and Pieter Bruegel's The Fall of Icarus (1560) and The Fall of the Rebel Angels (1562).[8][69][70] These serve as visual representations of emotions, including fear or danger, temptation and chaos.[71] A scene featuring V jumping off a balcony in front of a painting of the fallen Icarus bears testimony to this.[72] It follows a Biblical story-line of angels and demons, through portraying members in decadent settings and outfits as they try not to surrender to sin and temptation.[68] Darker and complex elements in the video include shrouds and veils, which are in reference to afterlife.[8][18] For its conclusion, Jin comes across a white concrete angel with black wings and is compelled to kiss it. As the visual ends, V poses with his wings ripped off to convey "the acceptance of imperfection that an angel could lose his wings."[18]

Benjamin of Fuse noted the "darker" atmosphere of the music video, and called it "stunning."[18] Glasby of Dazed wrote that the clip visually "captures a passionate, destructive relationship."[20] Herman noted the metaphors presented in the visual and deemed it as "haunting."[8]Dazed editor Selim Bulut ranked the visual at number nine on his list of the best music videos of 2016, while Billboard placed the video on their decade-end list of the best music videos of the 2010s, with Caitlin Kelley writing, "'Blood Sweat & Tears' is the thesis for BTS as a K-pop group whose work is rich for interpretation."[72][73] The video was awarded the Best Music Video at the 2017 Seoul Music Awards.[74] It earned nominations for Best Music Video at the 2017 Mnet Asian Music Awards and Fuse Music Video of the Year at the 2017 Annual Soompi Awards.[39][75] The music video was an instant success on YouTube, surpassing 6.3 million views in 24 hours.[76] Within 42 hours, it garnered over 10 million views on the platform and became the fastest music video by a K-pop group to do so.[77] The visual was the most-viewed K-pop music video of October 2016 in the US.[78] As of July 2020, the video has over 600 million views.[79]

A music video for the Japanese version of "Blood Sweat & Tears" was uploaded to Universal Japan's YouTube channel on May 9, 2017.[80] While it is centered around art like the Korean version's video, the visual is more intense and includes references to the story-lines of those of "I Need U" and "Run". Portrayed in neon and psychedelic colours, the music video features a dark alternate dimension and multiple realities, in which the band members fight and try to kill each other.[68][81]

Live performances[edit]

To promote "Blood, Sweat & Tears" and Wings, BTS made several appearances on South Korean music programs around October and November 2016. They performed the song for the first time for Mnet's M! Countdown on October 13, 2016 as part of their comeback stage.[82][83] The following three days, the band appeared on Music Bank, Show! Music Core, and Inkigayo, where they also performed "Am I Wrong" and "21st Century Girl".[84][85][86] BTS performed the song at the 2016 Melon Music Awards alongside "Fire" on November 19, 2016.[87] On December 2 of that year, the band performed the former live at the 2016 Mnet Asian Music Awards. As a prelude to the performance, Jungkook was suspended above the stage, while RM recited a passage from Demian. This was followed by a choreography to a rendition of "Boy Meets Evil" and "Lie" performed by J-Hope and Jimin, with the latter dancing to it blindfolded. They were then joined by the rest of the bandmates who appeared as "fallen angels."[88] "Blood, Sweat & Tears" was also included on the setlist of BTS' The Wings Tour (2017).[89]

Track listings[edit]

1."피 땀 눈물" (Blood Sweat & Tears)3:37
1."Chi, Ase, Namida"3:35
2."Not Today"3:52
3."Blood Sweat & Tears" (music video) 
4."Chi, Ase, Namida" (music video) 
1."Chi, Ase, Namida"3:35
2."Not Today"3:52
3."Chi, Ase, Namida" (making of music video) 
4."Chi, Ase, Namida" (making of jacket photos) 
1."Chi, Ase, Namida"3:35
2."Not Today"3:52

Credits and personnel[edit]

Credits are adapted from the CD liner notes of You Never Walk Alone.[5][a]

  • BTS – primary vocals
  • "Hitman" Bang – songwriting
  • RM – songwriting
  • Suga – songwriting
  • J-Hope – songwriting
  • Kim Doohyon – songwriting
  • Pdogg – songwriting, production, synthesizer, keyboard, vocal arrangement, rap arrangement, record engineering
  • KM-MARKIT – songwriting (Japanese version)
  • Jungkook – chorus
  • Jimin – chorus
  • James F. Reynolds – mix engineering

Charts[edit]

Weekly charts[edit]

Monthly charts[edit]

Year-end charts[edit]

Certifications and sales[edit]

Release history[edit]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^All credits are for both the Korean and Japanese versions of the song, unless otherwise specified.

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Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_Sweat_%26_Tears_(song)
BTS Jungkook is bleeding from a 3cm cut (it is getting scarier)

Rapmonster gasped as he slowly grasped the realization of what had happened. The car was at a diagonal angle, all the windows broken with shards of glass everywhere. A heavy weight was on his chest, and as he looked down he felt in heart sink. It was Jungkook's body laid over his own. His back was bloody as some of the shards had gotten lodged in his skin. His arms and legs weren't in a much better condition as they were badly bruised, most likely from impact. Namjoon quickly moved his ear to the wounded Mankae's mouth, fearing the worst. He sighed in relief, Jungkook was still breathing, but unconscious.
"Is everyone okay?!" Jin's voice yelled from the back.
"Hyung and I are a little shaken up, but overall fine!" Replied V.
It took a while before Namjoon finally regained his speech "I'm fine! But Jungkook is badly wounded, we need to get him to a hospital, Now!"
The rest of the members made their was to the front of the bus. Rapmon looked at each of them. Jin seemed to be bleeding a small bit from his arm and leg. Jimin and Suga had bruises on their hands and arms, but no signs of cuts. V was bleeding from the head, but J hope had similar wounds as Jungkook on his back, only not as serious. Namjoon could only assume that J-hope had done what Jungkook did and shield V from the majority of the crash. He looked behind him to see that the bus driver had a gasping wound on his head, not breathing.
"Oh God, it's worse than I thought, " said Jimin as he looked at the youngest "Jin hyung, Suga hyung, help me get the door unjammed." (See what I did there?XD)
They nodded and proceeded to do what Jimin said. They pulled the opposite sides of the bus door as hard as they could until it finally gave way. Rapmonster carefully carried Jungkook piggy-back style outside. When they all got outside they could see what had happened. Another car was smashed against the front of the bus, the driver was, likewise, dead. A beer bottle in his hand.
'Damn," Namjoon cursed in his head "it was this drunks' fault this happened to Jungkook." He looked over his shoulder to see his face. Kookie was still unconscious, but his breathing was slow and deep. He needed medical attention, fast.
"I'm calling 119 (Korea's emergency line) now!" Said J-Hope as he whipped out his cellphone.
Rapmonster nodded and laid Jungkook in front of him so his back wasn't touching the ground. He was no doctor, but he knew that if the glass remained in Jungkook's body for much longer, he would bleed to death. The leader hurriedly took off his jacket and placed in next to him in preparation for what he was about to do. Namjoon planned to remove the glass himself and use his jacket as a makeshift gauze.
"Taehyung!" He called "Hold him up so his back is facing me, I'm going to try and seal his wounds!"
V was shocked at first, but nodded firmly. He ran over the the Maknae's body and held him up up Rapmon instructed.
"Suga hyung! Go get some water in the bus, I think I left some in my luggage!" Namjoon instructed.
Suga quickly agreed to his request and ran into the bus to retrieve the water. Rapmonster gulped and removed the youngest's shirt. Glass shards were sticking sharply out of his back, blood oozing from the wounds. Very cautiously, Namjoon took one of the shards and pulled it out. Jungkook groaned in pain but remained unmoving. The leader continued to repeat the process with all the shards. A few seconds later, Suga scrambled out of the bus, a water bottle in his hand. Rapmonster took it, and unscrewed the cap. He then slowly drizzled the water down Jungkook's back in order to clean the blood. When he was finished, Rapmonster took the jacket he had removed prior and tightly wrapped it around the youngest. He sighed in relief, that was the most stressful thing he had ever done.
"Guys!" Yelled Jin "I see the ambulance over the hill!"
Just as Jin said, the paramedics were there a minute later. They placed him Suga,V,Jimin,J-Hope, and Rapmonster on a separate ambulance for Jungkook's condition. All of them were rushed to the nearest hospital, but when they arrived, Jungkook was being transported away from the rest of the members.
"Hey..Wait!" Said Namjoon "Where are you taking him?!"
The nurse looked at him with a grave face and replied "Even though the glass shards were removed, major spinal damage occurred from the impact of the crash. He needs to be operated on."
Rapmonster looked at the Maknae's frail body and held his hand tightly, before begging the nurse quietly "Please...make sure he gets better. I'm not sure what we would do without him."
The nurse nodded and said "We'll do our best." Before taking Jungkook away to the operating room. The red "Operation in progress" turned on, and Namjoon was left alone in the waiting room. He leaned against the wall and began to cry

"That should be ME in there," he thought "Not him, it's MY fault..IM the reason this happened." But all he could do was wait, and stand there agonizing over the one who saved his life, Jeon Jungkook.

Sours: https://www.wattpad.com/206873783-our-song-bts-jungkook-x-rapmonster-fanfic-why-did

Jungkook bleeding bts

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Sours: https://www.spotern.com/en/spot/video/bts-blood-sweat-tears-official-mv/89288/the-shirt-from-dolce-gabbana-worn-by-jungkook-in-the-clip-blood-sweat-tears-bts
BTS Jungkook enduring PAIN after a LIFE was saved because of him and still chose to perform for ARMY

Seems like he hurts himself on stage today

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-He's the most passionate kid in BTS..

-Did he really hurt himself??

  -Yes.. It didn't bleed at first, but seems like he scratched or hit something in the middle of the stage..

-No, don't get hurtㅠㅠ

-I'm not interested in any other boygroups beside Beast, but BTS caught my attention.. I always drop my jaws whenever I see their stages, their performances are really good.. I really want to go to their concertㅠㅠ

-BTS is like.. the mixture of Bigbang and Exo.. They have a very stylish music and also dope performancesㄷㄷ

-Bangtan is so cool..

-Hul.. He really bled so much..ㄷㄷ

-Hul;;

-Jungkookㅠㅠ

Sours: https://pannative.blogspot.com/2016/10/bts-jungkook-bleeds-while-performing-on.html

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BTS’ Jungkook recalls being injured before London concert, Jin reveals how he cried

Popular South KoreanBoyband BTS is known for their powerful performances not only in their music videos, but also during their tour across the globe. Needles to say, while their on-stage shows have always been a hit, unfortunately once Jungkookinjured himself right before performing in London during their ‘Love Yourself World Tour’ in 2018.
Talking about the rare event, recently the Bangtan Boys opened up about their London tour where apart from meeting their fans and going on a tour of the famous city, Jungkook’s injury was one of the most memorable aspects of the trip.

Flashbacks appeared when Jinsaid, “The first time we went to London was for our O2 Arenaconcert” and added, “Remember Jungkook got injured, right?”.
Their label BIGHIT MUSIChad announced that Jungkook would perform while seated due to an injury sustained during the training sessions for their concert. “About two hours ago, Jungkook finished his rehearsal and sound check and was lightly stretching in the waiting room when he collided his heel with a furniture and suffered a large rip injury,” tweeted BIGHIT MUSIC as their official statement.

While the medical personnel treated his injury immediately and determined that it was not a major injury, however, they had advised Jungkook to refrain from performing to avoid further damage.

Jin shared that he remembers the injury clearly because it was such an unusual occurrence for the group. He stated that London is indeed a very unforgettable city for them because they are hardly injured while on tour.

Although it was a difficult time for Jungkook, he can now laugh about it. Jungkook said “It wasn’t during a show or anything. I was just warming up.”

Jin further reminded Jungkook of his tearful words from before, “You cried while saying you were very determined to come back and show a better performance next time.”

In their successive concerts, Jungkook indeed proved to be more powerful than ever.

Sours: https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/k-pop/music/news/bts-jungkook-recalls-being-injured-before-london-concert-jin-reveals-how-he-cried/articleshow/84888814.cms


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