BTS reveals ‘Spring Day’ was written for fans; ‘We wrote it thinking of ARMY’

By diana / 2017.03.01
BTS members pose upon their arrival at the 4th Gaon Chart K-POP Awards.

BTS never fail to remind the fans of their love! In fact, the members recently revealed their newest track "Spring Day" is dedicated to the ever supportive ARMYs.

"Spring Day" is a piece about missing a special someone from afar. The song goes, "How much do I have to miss you? How much does it have to fall like snow for spring to come, friend?"

During their "Inkigayo" appearance, the BTS members flattered their fans when they revealed that they were the inspiration behind the song. "We wrote it thinking of ARMY during cold winter days," V proudly said as per Koreaboo.

His statement was supported by Jimin who added, "If we're with our ARMY, it's always a spring day." 

Of course, ARMYs are just elated to hear those words from their idols, while others commended BTS for their humility and sincerity. "They are so sweet when they say ARMY everytime," a fan wrote.

Another one said, "They never fail to make us all feel like we're part of everything that they do."

In return, ARMYs from all over the world have made it possible for BTS to be recognized internationally. Aside from that, the boy group has been breaking records here and there with "Spring Day" and "Not Today" thanks to their fans.

The seven-member band even nabbed the highest brand reputation for the month of February as per Soompi. BTS recorded a 3-million margin from TWICE that fell short at no. 2.

Not only that, the boy group has been dominating "Inkigayo" for four weeks in a row with their "Spring Day" performance, surpassing EXO's Baekhyun and SISTAR's Soyou's "Rain" and Red Velvet's "Rookie."

In the midst of their ongoing success, the Korean boy group is eyeing for more promotions in Japan. Hence, BTS has tied up with a Japanese company to expand their activities in the country.

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