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[Giveaway] BTS Limited Edition Bio Capsulin “Love Me” mask sets

Calling all BTS and K-beauty fans! We’re happy to announce a special giveaway. Dramabeans has partnered with Beautytap and Mediheal for a K-beauty giveaway. Ten lucky winners will receive a BTS Limited Edition Bio Capsulin “Love Me” mask set.

BTS needs no introduction, they’re one of the biggest music acts in the world. They’re crossing borders and boundaries and breaking records in ways that few acts have been able to (Korean or otherwise). This new mask set incorporate the BTS ethos with nourishing, skin-saving ingredients like jojoba oil, lavender, lilac, and viola tricolor extracts.

Whenever I see an idol or actor share their beauty routine, I pay attention. How do they keep their skin so clear despite all the heavy stage makeup? How do they have no pores? I’m not a beauty expert but I do love learning celebrities’ beauty routines and try to incorporate what I can into my daily routine. Turns out BTS and I have something in common–sheet masks!

Mediheal is one of the industry’s top K-beauty brands and they’re known for their innovative 2-step face masks (BTS are fans). The BTS mask set first launched in South Korea earlier this year–and sold out in less than 3 hours. Beautytap, U.S.-based company with a direct sourcing team located in South Korea, will be the exclusive U.S. supplier. We’re excited about this partnership and it’s easy to enter!

In order to win, leave a comment at the bottom of this post and tell us what you love about BTS.

The giveaway is open only to contestants in the U.S. and will end on Thursday, August 22, 2019. Good luck!

 
Giveaway Rules:

  • Leave a comment below telling us what you love about BTS.
  • You must be located in the U.S. to be eligible to enter.
  • Make sure to use a registered account on Dramabeans so we can contact you if you win.
  • There is no limit to the number of times you enter (though each entry should be unique). The contest will end on Thursday, August 22, at 11:00 PM, Pacific Time. (Here’s a handy-dandy time zone converter, so you can figure out what that is in your local time.)
  • We will announce winners next Sunday, September 1 , and email winners directly. If you have any questions in the meantime, email us at [email protected]

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Nice! I had read a few weeks ago that Mediheal was available at Walgreens and immediately went out to buy some only to be looked at funny when I asked the sales clerk where in the store I could find them. I guess not all Walgreens has them yet?

Anyways, I became an ARMY earlier this year after trying to convince myself that I was just a casual listener. However, BTS' positivity, hard work and promotion of self-love was something I needed during a dark time in my life. RM's mono is a masterpiece and "Everything Goes" is what caused me to truly self-reflect and begin to "wake up."
I can't help but marvel at how BTS can effectively capture such deep and raw emotions while also emitting such light. Anyways, this comment is longer than what I expected to write. Put plainly, I love BTS' message and their lyrics.

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No limit on how many times you can enter? Ok...

I’ve been a fan of BTS for a while now. In the very beginning, I was in denial that I was ARMY (I told myself I am a grown up and don’t need to be part of some fandom to enjoy their music) even though I quickly moved from just listening to their music to watching and learning everything that I could about them. I told you, denial. Now I am happy and proud to be an ARMY.

BTS are amazing musicians and seem to be pretty amazing humans too. They have struck that perfect chord in me. Thank you BTS for making my small world that much brighter.

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BTS not only sing, but help to write and produce their own music. Truly talented.

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They are all beautiful humans inside and out. *cough* V why you so handsome? *cough*

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BTS have broken boundaries and helped further bring kpop to an international level. All of their remarkable accomplishments speak to how much BTS resonates with people, whether young or old. There is just something magical about them. 😊💜

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This is dedicated to my bias.

Ode to V, a haiku:

Deep voice, long fingers
An artist filled with talent
Beautiful you are

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His voice......I just melt.

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They sing well, they dance well, and just happen to look fabulous while doing it!

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First saw BTS performance at the BBMA this year and I was hooked! There are so many Kpop groups, but I was really drawn to BTS's sincerity. I came to love each member and their unique personalities and I love that they are not afraid to be goofy and to just have fun and be who they are. I love their message as well!

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I love BTS because, finally, k-pop is being represented properly to the general populace. No offense to PSY intended.

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What I love about BTS is that they stay true to themselves and their music no matter what.

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I love each time J-Hope introduces himself with "I'm your hope, you're my hope, I'm J-Hope" ^^ I'm all like "YES YOU ARE!!!!1!" He's such a ray of sunshine~ GO BTS GO, please allow my skin to look as good as theirs lol T___T

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Love their beautiful vocals and sychronized choreography. They work great as a team and seem to sincerely care about their fans. Truly enjoy them!

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I love how their songs have meaningful lyrics and draw from other literary works. As a lover of poetry, I love all the metaphors in their music. :D

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To be honest? I think I'm one of the very few left out there that's not a fan of BTS, or of any other celebrity in that fact. ^^; I mean I love their music yes, but I wouldn't really consider myself a fan.

I mean, is it just me? I don't like to classify myself as a fan of anyone, because if you think about it, celebrities are just as human as us, whereas some fans glorify them as gods (or goddesses) (i.e. sasaeng fans), and I don't know, I just don't want to call myself a fan of someone who's very much human as me.

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You are not the only one.

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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!!!

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While I wouldn’t quite classify myself as an ahjumma just yet. lol. I get this sentiment 100%. Noona ARMY and Ahjumma ARMY unite!!!

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Oh, boy I am so glad to meet fans who are my age!

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I know someone that calls herself "young ahjumma"

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I'll take it!

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Hahahahaha. That works.

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BTS have a unique way of interacting with their fans. From their weverse posts to creating a new BU drama which will be released next year. They provide a full experience which is available for all of their fans.

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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. :)

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@fluffysheep Thank you for putting in words what I could only feel.

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Thank you for taking the time to let me know! I really appreciate it. :)

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Congrats on winning! I was hoping you would.

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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.

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What really draws me to BTS is their personalities. They were one of the first groups that introduced me to the concept of Kpop and they still hold a fond place in my heart today.

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noooo did it already end :(( anyways, i love bts for the way they promote love. their honesty and vulnerability is what drew me to them the most. they make me feel understood :(( albums like agust d, speeches that rm gives, their videos and interviews . . . all of it feels meaningful somehow. that’s what i love the most the most about them <3

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Recently, I tried to share my appreciation and admiration for BTS with my parents. They had been curious and I have been sharing Kdramas with them so when my father asked me who BTS was I was filled with nervous excitement. Unfortunately, I was not brave enough to be so vulnerable to share what BTS means to me personally. I went the the more general route, giving a quick overview (though in my mindI had practiced what I wanted to say all day; I could have given a 40 min presentation, I swear! ).
The reason why I chickened out was because to share BTS was to share myself—the parts I have been trying to hide. My fears, worries about my future, my trauma and journey to understand the worst of myself in order to heal, and so on. So, I feel like this challenge is another chance to be brave, and perhaps more importantly, to be brave for myself.
My usual taste in music leans toward classical, bluegrass, and folk. Pop is usually outside my wheelhouse. But almost two years ago I discovered Kdramas, fell head over heels for the Korean language, and became enamored with learning about Korean culture. It is near impossible to be immersed in this community without hearing of BTS. I remember seeing the these letters in comments all over (sometimes in as a random non-sequitur). I knew vaguely the letters referred to a pop group. I rolled my eyes (did Karma come and bite me?) and moved on.
Then, one recapper on Dramabeans quoted a BTS lyrics. The words pierced my heart. They felt like someone had seen into my heart and put into words what I couldn’t express or face at that time. I had to go to the source so I looked up the song.
How often we encounter life changing moments without realizing in the moment the effect they will have on us. To this day, despite hunting for that song and constantly keeping an ear out for it, I have not found that first song that opened the BTS universe to me.
I don’t know if I would call myself an ARMY. I am so impressed by the community of ARMY and I don’t feel I qualify. But, I will always be indebted to BTS for allowing me start facing some hard truths while knowing that I was not the only one so damaged and broken. These 7 young men are extraordinary for showing their vulnerabilities and, as a consequence, sparking hope. Kamsahamnida.

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When one of my friends fell into the world of Kpop, her love of BTS and my larger love of Kpop, kdramas, and korean food add yet another level of warmth and connection between us. For this, I have grown to appreciate the significance of BTS and of general fandom in creating committees.

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I love the social commentary in their songs and how the address youth in a touching and non-pandering manner.

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Hello! I love how BTS is fearless about opening up conversations about personal issues. They aren't afraid to push boundaries or do different concepts in their music. I love how they express themselves in their music. BTS is awesome!

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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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This may seem an anticlimactic post script, but I also love how loving BTS had helped me make friends and connect with people all around the world! I'm even part of a book club, something I've always wanted but never had the chance to do before.

They've also strengthened my bond with my mom since I brought her into ARMYdom, something precious beyond words and I could never thank them enough for it!

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