BTS Pakistani ARMY are sharing the wonderful messages they have learned from the boys.
Bangtan Sonyeondan, better known as the acronym BTS, has undoubtedly paved the way for K-Pop all over the world. And one of the countries in which the band has established a substantial following happens to be Pakistan! 2019 was a pretty great year for Pakistani ARMYs, what with the screening of BTS’ film Bring The Soul in cinemas around the country.
And not to mention seeing the word ‘love’ written in Urdu on the screen in RM’s handwriting during his performance of his song ‘Trivia: Love’ during the Speak Yourself World Tour.
BTS Pakistani ARMY is showing what they really learned from BTS
The fans always want to make sure they’re showing their beloved band the same amount of appreciation they get from them. And thus, BTS ARMYs in Pakistan started the hashtag #BTSKaPaigham. The hashtag was seemingly coined by BTS’ Pakistan fan base and reached the trending panel in a matter of a few hours.
— BTS Pak Official l 🇵🇰 (@bts_pk_official) November 2, 2019
But the most heartwarming aspect of the entire thing was the messages hundreds of BTS Pakistani ARMY were sharing
The most prominent messages talked about how they learned self-love through BTS. BTS has focused acutely on the theme of loving yourself, which was not just the theme of their music and their tour, but also a campaign they did in collaboration with the UN aimed at the youth of today. And it’s safe to say, with the messages ARMYs shared under the #BTSKaPaigham hashtag, that what BTS is doing is working!
Dear @BTS_twt you thought me something that nobody taught and they I loving myself. I still can't believe how I changed her these years and accepted myself as who I am and all goes to you. Namjoon said, "If you want to love others, I think you should love yourself"
— ShizaPurplesBTS💜💜💜 (@bts_shiza) November 3, 2019
— Ayesha (@ayesha_is_here) November 3, 2019
Only I could console myself
But nobody else
Someone will be consoled by looking at your thorns for sure “Moonchild ”
The standards I made are more strict for myself “love yourself “
There is lot more of bts saying that kept me going and I'm really thankful to bts #BTSKAPAIGHAM pic.twitter.com/zuRtlMQkRK
— ⑅ (@Kore__4) November 3, 2019
Apart from the focus on self-love, BTS also preaches tolerance and acceptance and BTS Pakistani ARMY made sure to share that
And only a band that sings primarily in Korean could impart that message with justice. While a lot of BTS fans cannot understand the language, BTS has proved that music transcends language. Fans are always well versed with what the message behind any BTS song is and usually the messages are empowering.
This is because #ARMY (fandom) belongs to different culture religion language but still live as a family called #BTSARMY galaxy 🌌 where we break language barriers and communicate through @BTS_twt music 🎶 #BTSKAPAIGHAM 💜 https://t.co/rZ2B30dXyB
— 하프사 나지르 💕 (@GulWithLuv7) November 3, 2019
Fans shared how BTS gave them the strength to live their lives the way they want; not according to what society deems correct.
I never met BTS in my life. Hope I will meet them one day.These 7 boys just make my life easy.They teaches me how I should live my life without thinking that what others think of me.
We all should live our life according to our will and wish #BTSkaPaigham 💜
— nm_07 (@nm_leman07) November 3, 2019
#BTSKAPAIGHAM I decided to sum up what I wanted to say in video form to avoid making multiple tweets with the hashtag and possibly getting sh*dowb*nned. Apologies for my stuttering and any background noises caused by my cat. @BTS_twt @bts_pk_official 💜 pic.twitter.com/2q2pDxwCxR
— 디야 🇵🇰 I love you kim woojin (@sunrisenamu) November 2, 2019
Because of BTS ❤️ I didn't give up I studied hard (I didn't get admission previous year) and right now I'm in best University and I'm going to become a doctor and fulfill my parents dream. Thank you BTS ❤️ love you BTS ❤️ #BTSKAPAIGHAM @BTS_twt pic.twitter.com/WBgNp3gOdo
— Munazza ghani🇵🇰 (@Munazza35875866) November 3, 2019
BTS Pakistani ARMY shared how they’ve learned that it’s okay to take your time in discovering who you are and not take the path everyone tells you to take.
BTS made me realise what art truly meant to me. How happy it made me. What actually made me happy in life and what I wanted to spend my life doing, especially at a crucial time when I needed the direction. #BTSKAPAIGHAM
— Rameesha Syed (@rameeshartsyed) November 2, 2019
BTS taught me it’s okay not to have a dream. I shouldn’t chase after things I don’t even want for myself blindly. It’s okay not to know your path. It’s okay. #BTSKaPaigham
— rameeza (@Rameezay) November 2, 2019
Clearly BTS has touched a lot of lives around the world including the lives of Pakistani ARMYs and it truly heartwarming to see! How has BTS touched your life? Let us know in the comments below!
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