Two former Massive Hit Music trainees have opened up in regards to the members of BTS and whether or not the septet have modified since their debut.
In a brand new interview with Korea Now, the English-language YouTube channel of South Korean information outlet Yonhap Information Company, former Massive Hit Music trainees Kim Ji-hoon and Hwang Ji-hwan opened up about their experiences on the Ok-pop company and coaching alongside the now-BTS members.
Kim spoke about how he typically watches clips of BTS on YouTube, nothing that the septet are “the identical as they was once” after they have been all trainees collectively. He added that, even then, he thought BTS chief RM “had management qualities”. In the meantime, Hwang recalled how Suga “[didn’t] discuss an excessive amount of” however had taught him loads about music.
The duo additionally spoke about how they’d a “very glad coaching life”, in comparison with the tales he had heard from trainees from different Ok-pop companies. “Namjoon, Hoseok and Yoongi (the actual names of RM, J-hope and Suga, respectively) created environment,” Kim mentioned. “It was attainable as a result of we have been all supportive of one another from the beginning.”
Later within the interview, the pair recalled how the member of BTS reacted after they left Massive Hit Music. “I used to be working towards and Namjoon opened the door first. He requested if I used to be quitting. I believe he was very upset at the moment,” Kim mentioned. “He needed to see many mates leaving and I used to be with him 27/4, so it was extra heartbreaking.”
In different BTS information, Jungkook lately opened up about how he misses working with the boyband in a brand new interview with 103.5 KISS FM. The singer is at present selling his debut solo single ‘Seven’, which he launched again in July.