[Winners] BTS Limited Edition Bio Capsulin “Love Me” mask sets
by DB Staff
We asked, “tell us what you love about BTS” in our BTS Limited Edition Bio Capsulin mask set giveaway post, and y’all sent such lovely responses. Thank you to everyone who joined!
Now it’s time to announce the winners. *drumroll*
I am indeed in the US, yay! What I love about BTS is first of all thier complete artistry. Everything from thier songs, albums, music videos, choreography, and live performances are meticulously prepared with love, sincerity, and passion with absolutely gorgeous results. Their music is melodic and catchy to casually listen to, but also embued with deeper meanings that criticizes societal expectations or help to foster self love and acceptance as a sampling of the thought that goes into the writing of the song, the production process of which the members actively participate. They members utterly lack a single ounce of pretension and have remained at their core the same people we met when they debuted. Just watch thier various vlive broadcast and shows or thier Bangtan tv clips and episodes. They are so funny and charming! There are so many more things I love about them, but it might turn into a book length post. BTS is just the best!
So many reasons! I loved their ‘Love Yourself’ concept so much. I love how they always give everything they do 200%. They have never released a song that I did not like. It’s amazing that all of their voices sound so different, but they’re all so amazing and beautiful!
RM – Our beautiful leader and president! Such a beautiful and genius mind! His love for crabs is so adorable, and I really fell in love with him when I saw how he mediated and helped the communication between Jin and V when they argued before the concert in the BTS Burn the Stage YouTube documentary!
Jin – I love his dad jokes and personality. I love the confidence that he exudes, and how he uses every opportunity to blow a kiss! AND he loves to cook and work out, how perfect can he get?
Suga – The most adorable grandpa at heart, but so much swag on stage!
J-Hope – Our vitamin sunshine! I die whenever he sings. Daydream was the best!
Jimin – Fell in love with his voice for ‘Serendipity’. Love love love his dancing as well.
V – Such a unique tone to his singing, and such a unique personality! I love his style!
Jungkook – Golden Maknae is so good at everything! Amazing at singing and dancing, and amazing stage presence. UGHHHH I JUST LOVE THEM ALL SO MUCH!
I’m so happy to be born during the time of BTS, and be able to watch them from debut until now, and see even more growth in the future! They really make me feel like I was born at the perfect time.
They work so hard to provide ARMY with amazing content! Thank you!! <3 P.S. Play BTS World, it's awesome!!
I love the fact that BTS and their music are things that my daughter and I can get excited about together. We count down the days until a new album comes out. We watch Run!BTS episodes together. I never thought I would listen to kpop, but having a BTS fan in the family has introduced me to it — and guess what? I LOVE IT!
What do I love about bts let me count the things
1.) They saved me. They came to me in a time when I was transitioning from one phase in life to another. 2013 was the year that I started my senior year of high school. I had to start looking at colleges and scholarships. While in high school I was always the golden child who could do no wrong but March of 2014 I started to fail. I’d gotten these perfect grades, I’d taken all of the AP classes that were offered, I’d taken dual enrollment classes since the tenth grade. I’d worked myself to the bone having panic attack after panic attack and yet, in March I started to fail. I got rejected from all 7 of my top pick schools, I wasn’t valedictorian or salutatorian because I got my first B of my high school year, all the scholarships I signed up for said I was too rich or too poor to qualify. I was in a limbo and got into my first bout of depression. I went into freshman year of college, depressed, scared and frustrated.I tanked my first year of college and was almost on academic probation. How a kid who used to have a 4.17 GPA could get on academic probation to this day still baffles me. The summer of 2015 I started to really listen to BTS. At that point I’d just been a casual fan but for some reason or another I decided to look up the lyrics of No More Dreams. That song and so many of their songs helped me through a really dark era. Jung Kook’s line in verse two made me and makes me cry to this day. It wasn’t the best written song they’ve had but it found me in my darkness. From there I was obsessed. It was almost as if they were talking to me in their music and in their videos. I saw myself in Jimin as he struggled with body issues. I saw myself in Suga as he struggled with anxiety and depression. I saw myself in JungKook as I learned how to grow up. I saw myself with all my loneliness (Whalian 52), all my frustration (N.O), my one sided frustrating crushes (What am I to you). They weren’t just talking about music they were talking about me. They saved me by making me save myself.
I think, more than anything, I’ve grown to love the dynamic between all the boys in the group, and how loyal they are towards their fans. And that, despite their insane success, they remain modest and are constantly striving to improve; I just love to see all their hard work paying off!! Not to mention their music and dancing is catchy and amazing.
I also love how caring RM is towards all his members, and how he helps hold the group together; I love Jin’s corny dad-jokes, and how happy cooking for the group makes him; I ADORE J-Hope’s enthusiasm and outgoing personality (yes, he’s my bias) and how he wants to be a beacon of hope to everyone; I love how Jimin is constantly striving for perfection, how he gives the very best of himself, despite already being immensely popular and talented; and Suga’s amazing lyrics which speak of the struggles he went through to get where he is, and of course his love of sleeping, lol; and V’s hilarious weirdness, not to mention his love of photography, and Panda Express; and watching Jong-kook grow and change after being with the group from such a crazy young age.
I just love everything about them. They’ve accomplished something amazing, and I can’t wait to see how they continue to grow, create, and improve, while bringing joy to everyone their music touches!!
Describing my love of BTS would require a much bigger space than given here… and truly how can any words describe the heart pounding, exciting, squishy, effervescent feeling that these seven extremely talented dudes bring to myself and millions of others with their musicality, artistry and messages of self love. ARMY for life. 💜
I don’t think it’s a secret to anyone here how much I love BTS. lol. Sometimes I feel sorry for the non-BTS fans here on DB for having to put up with myself and others’ fangirling ways. ☺️😅😂
Thank you DB for doing this great giveaway!
PS. I live in the US.
PPS. Sorry for all the deletes above. Do not type while distracted by children. lol
I feel towards BTS the way an older sister or aunt would. When I see them working hard, I feel super proud (Jungkook’s English is so much better, he must’ve studied SO HARD! etc.). I didn’t start out as a special fan, but was sending links and articles to friends who were, until I fell down the rabbit hole and found myself an ARMY with my own ARMY Bomb and t-shirts, and BT21 gear as an Ahjumma ARMY. It’s nice to know I’m not alone! Go go Ahjumma ARMY!!!
I love that their idea of loving oneself doesn’t mean thinking oneself is perfect, and how their love yourself message doesn’t simply end at loving yourself.
They make it clear that part of loving ourselves mean acknowledging our weaknesses and mistakes (and maturing and learning from them). It’s one thing to do whatever we want and pretend we’ve done nothing wrong and everything’s okay- but it’s another thing to know we’re not perfect, that we all screw up and fall short of perfection all the time, but still value and love ourselves in spite of it. It makes that love all the more powerful and real. It’s something I believe is so important, but I don’t hear and see this aspect often enough in the context of self love. Interestingly, BTS makes this a part of their message.
They also heavily imply that one of the huge reasons why loving yourself is so important is because if you don’t, you can’t love others in a real way, and I think that concept is so true, crucial, and also not pointed out enough. When you hate yourself, not only is it bad for you, but it holds you back from being able to truly love others (as explored strongly in their song Truth Untold). Knowing you have worth and “loving yourself” helps you, but it also opens up your heart and enables you to love truly for other people. This changes self-love from something easily made selfish and conceited into the way it should be- something healthy that helps others around you just as much as it does yourself. As someone whose faith revolves around being loved sacrificially and loving others in the same way, it gets me every time. 🙂
Besides their music of course, I love that BTS has introduced an even newer generation of fans to k-pop and korean culture. It’s really cool that their fandom has expanded to so many different countries because American pop has kind of become the standard of pop music for other countries. I don’t mean that other countries copy the US, but it’s interesting when people in the US think it’s weird to listen to k-pop, but perfectly fine for foreigners to listen to US pop. Whether it’s k-pop or any other type of pop music, it’s nice to see other countries represented as well. Being an Asian American in the U.S., it’s also really nice to see more artists that I can relate to because there aren’t many Asian American music artists who have gotten to the same level of popularity that BTS has in the U.S.
I know for a fact that my reasons for loving BTS so much are similar to countless others. I was first attracted by their incredible, mesmerizing artistry, then I was drawn to their loving, kind, fun and funny personalities, before finally learning about and being inspired by their messages. They have become the soundtrack of my life, from songs I play as victory celebrations when something goes well, to songs to make me feel better when I’m down.
But most of all, I think the thing I love most about them is how they are the embodiment of love in almost every form, and I think that is at the core of what makes so many of us feel a level of love for them that we’ve previously never experienced. First of all, there is the love they have for us the fans, their ARMY. They love ARMY with such enormity that one of the members (Taehyung/V) coined an entirely new phrase “I purple you” because there wasn’t one already in existence that fully embodied the boundlessness of BTS’s love for us and vice versa. It is the purest example of symbiosis I have ever witnessed, for the mutual love between them and their fans has an infinite capability for healing, bringing joy, and so much more.
Then there is their love for one another. The brotherhood that was forged by the fires of adversity and linked by a mutual passion for their art is nothing short of inspiring. “What a relief that we are seven, what a relief that we have each other” – these touching words by Yoongi/Suga sums it up so simply and so beautifully. In BTS, we find seven young men who came from different backgrounds, have widely different interests and personalities, and yet still managed to form a family as close as I have ever seen. There really is something unbelievably inspiring about that. What first bonded them was a single shared dream and a love of music. And that is another form of love that they embody; their love for their art and their work is evident in every note, every word, every recording and every performance. When art is imbued with this sort of passion by the artist, that love spreads itself to the audience and helps them feel it too.
Most importantly though, I love how they embody the most difficult of all loves, self-love. The most incredible part of them championing this is that they have not been afraid to candidly share their own difficult struggles with that concept at times and that fact that it is often still a work in progress. This honest sharing is the single most impactful thing they could do to encourage self-love, and because of their courage in laying open their personal struggles for the world to know, they have helped countless people on the Love Yourself path. This, perhaps more than anything else, is what has earned my undying love for them.
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Thank you all once again for entering!