Kim Nam-Joon Kim Seok-Jin Min / Yoon-Gi Jung Ho-Seok Park Ji-Min / Kim Tae-Hyung Jeon Jung-Kook

Kim Nam-joon Kim Seok-jin Min Yoon-gi Jung Ho-seok Park Ji-min Kim Tae-hyung Jeon Jung-kook That’s an introduction to BTS. But to understand the world’s biggest boy group and its management company, now worth $4 billion, you need to meet their ARMY. 💜

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