BTS Tease “Love Yourself” Posters for Upcoming Project

In case you’ve been living under a rock, the seven member K-Pop ensemble BTS have been taking the world by storm and earning accolades from numerous artists all over.

Every activity they do ranging from a simple Twitter post to a full on concert has made fans absolutely obsessed and what better way to fuel the fire than with a brand new project?

According to BTS’ label, BigHit Entertainment, an upcoming project involving the members dropped on August 10th which some fans have speculated to tie in with their mini album release in September.

The seven members (Rap Monster, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, V, Jimin, and Jungkook) are shown in muted colors while the poster imagery is reminiscent of Korean drama promotional material.

 

Each poster has the title of ‘Love Yourself’ while the individual members are depicted with a feeling of melancholy and possibly undiscovered faith within themselves as human beings.

BTS, formerly known as Bangtan Sonyeondan (Bulletproof Boys), have made their debut in 2013 initially with a hard hip-hop concept but soon shifted to EDM/pop influences combined with their signature choreography and intricate music videos.

As of recently, the group underwent a recent logo and name change, switching from the ‘Bulletproof Boys’ idea and shifted to a minimalist open door design and their name now standing for ‘Beyond the Scene.’

This change was done as a gradual shift toward a more mature image as the members pursue further within their musical careers.

What are your thoughts on BTS’ project? Let us know in the comments below!

Source: BigHit Entertainment Twitter

Written and Edited By: Julie Tran

 

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