BTS Opens up About ‘Dynamite’ Achieving No.1 Status and Thank Fans

Popular South Korean boy band, BTS, have released their latest single intending to send out more positive vibes. ‘Dynamite’ is a catchy disco-pop song that has impressed fans all over the world.

The song is rather infectious and very upbeat, definitely able to make listeners feel a bit more positive.

The group’s leader, RM, explained the song’s purpose and said the world has been through sadness, and they hope to make things more positive.

They aimed to get the song reaching as many ears as possible, which has happened for sure. ‘Dynamite’ has debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 chart at the top.

This is BTS’ first No. 1 hit and also a first for South Korean groups ever.

The Boys Thanked Fans For This Achievement

BTS Opens up About ‘Dynamite’ Achieving No.1 Status and Thank Fans

During a press conference after making number one, the group’s members – RM, Jungkook, J-Hope, V, Jin, Suga, and Jimin – answered some questions.

The group also thanked their fans, better known as the BTS Army, for their support. They also expressed their happiness and disbelief at Dynamite’s achievement.

It has always been a dream for the group to have a No. 1 song, but now it feels unreal.

The Band’s Reaction

J-Hope stated during the press conference that he was still shaking and excited by the whole thing.

He added that they started the group because they love music and dancing, and they’re happy that the song is so loved.

According to him, it’s the love from fans that keep them going.

Jungkook also felt like it was unreal. Like his fellow bandmate, he thanked the Army for helping them reach this milestone. 

The 23-year-old added that the band now hopes to reach even more heights.

It was his birthday on the day of the chart announcement, and he said it was a huge present.

V also expressed his happy disbelief. He remembers their humble origins and the difficulties they had to face before.

For him, it just makes his current joy even bigger.

When the news broke in Korea, Jimin admittedly cried upon hearing about their No. 1 spot.

To him, it feels like a reward for all the hard work they’ve put in. It also fuels his desire to perform for the Army.

The group leader, RM, wants them to look back at this year and know they did their best despite the difficulties.

The band appreciates all the support from their fans and want to work hard to get recognized all over the world.