Debut: BTS debuted in 2013 with their single album “2 Cool 4 Skool,” which featured the title track “No More Dream.” The group began promoting their debut album on various music shows and quickly gained attention for their unique sound and energetic performances.
Comebacks: BTS has released multiple albums and singles since their debut, with each comeback showcasing the group’s evolving sound and style. Some of their most notable comebacks include “The Most Beautiful Moment in Life” series (2015-2016), “Wings” (2016), and “Love Yourself” series (2017-2018).
World tours: BTS has embarked on several world tours, including “The Red Bullet Tour” (2014-2015), “The Wings Tour” (2017), and “Love Yourself World Tour” (2018-2019). The group has performed in various countries around the world, including the United States, Japan, and Europe.
Awards and recognition: BTS has received numerous awards and accolades for their music and performances, both in South Korea and internationally. Some of their most notable awards include the Billboard Music Award for “Top Social Artist” (2017-2020), the MTV Europe Music Award for “Best Korean Act” (2015-2018), and the Melon Music Award for “Album of the Year” (2016-2018).
Social and philanthropic activities: BTS has used their platform to promote social and philanthropic causes, including mental health awareness, youth empowerment, and children’s education. The group has partnered with various organizations and charities, including UNICEF and the Korean National Tuberculosis Association, to support their causes.
Record-breaking achievements: BTS has broken numerous records and achieved many firsts in the music industry, including becoming the first K-pop group to top the Billboard 200 chart (with their album “Love Yourself: Tear” in 2018) and the first K-pop group to receive a Grammy nomination (in 2021). They have also broken records on YouTube and other streaming platforms, with music videos like “Dynamite” and “Butter” receiving millions of views in just a few hours.