It turns out that there is a new chanting of fans to learn BTS ARMY. A behind-the-scenes video of Bangtan shows BTS walking with their dancers before, during and after their performance The late show starring Jimmy Fallon. He even showed that these dancers inflated BTS during “On”.
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This band K-pop released “On” before their album in 2020, Soul card: 7, together with a music video, a video for a dance rehearsal and a film “Kinetic Manifesto”. They even performed their song at the Grand Central Terminal in New York while visiting The late show starring Jimmy Fallon.
This performance became one of the most popular videos on YouTube in a matter of hours. A few months later, it already has over 35 million views by fans. Now, thanks to Bangtan Bomb, fans can see little of what was needed to create the historic performance of the central Grande terminal.
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This behind-the-scenes video showed what BTS does before a show
After getting on the subway with Jimmy Fallon, these performers moved to Grand Central, where they did their hair and makeup. Dzunguk sang in his chair. Gene was sipping some coffee.
“Make me look like a New Yorker in the video,” Gene told the cameraman, according to a translation of the video. “Don’t I look like a New Yorker because I drink Starbucks?” A New Yorker on his way to work with coffee in hand. ”
This K-pop band was not alone when participating in the Grand Central Terminal. BTS was accompanied by a number of dancers who also choreographed their music video. From the moment these dancers saw BTS, however, they began to clap, cheer and inflate.
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BTS dancers shared their love for these performers
While recording “On”, these dancers shouted “come on” during the dance break. Even after their performance, the dancers once again welcomed the idols, with V, J-Hope and Jungkook thanking a number of performers. After the filming was over, BTS shared their thoughts on their experience in New York.
“I felt so hopeless when we first came to Los Angeles because we only knew half of the choreography for ‘On,'” RM said, with some of the other BTS members agreeing. “I had fun performing today.”
BTS recorded this song for the first time with the help of the UCLA Bruin Marching Band. The Blue Devils appeared with the performers in the Kinetic Manifesto music video, full of marching band instruments and drumsticks.
The music video “Dynamite” is now available on YouTube. BTS music, including their recently released album, Soul card: 7, is available for streaming on Spotify, Apple Music and most major platforms.