‘Life Goes On’ with BTS, as they talk about holding on to hopes

 

SEOUL — A wave of hope continues with BTS, as the group returned with a highly-anticipated “BE” album that reaches out to those disheartened amid the pandemic.

After dominating the top of the Billboard Hot 100 with its previous single “Dynamite,” the global pop sensation held a live-streamed press conference in Seoul last Friday ahead of the release of the new album.

Strict disinfection measures took place at the entrance, while reporters were seated with extra distance. Excitement and tension filled the air as the six suited bandmates — Suga was absent from recovering from shoulder surgery — stepped into their first official offline media event since the pandemic…

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