BTS has been ruling the world with their power pack performances. They have their ARMY in India, who never miss an update about them. The BTS Indian ARMY are desperately waiting for them to appear in the country so that they can get a chance to see them in real.
BTS ARMY in India is very happy as the 9th class CBSE English exam featured questions related to the famous Korean band on Monday.
A YouTube channel named Cinewood Hub confirmed the news and uploaded a video on the same. The channel shared the video with the caption, "Government Plans BTS to add in indian textbooks but now BTS added in Indian exams as well proudest moment for Indian ARMY."
As soon as this news circulated, fans got crazy. One of the BTS fans wrote, “Just when I saw the the question paper photo I got so emotional and started right now I am sooo happy for our boys that they are really getting sooo much attention deserve this world. They must have definitely saved this world in their past lives.”
The second one mentioned, “I also got bts passage in term 1 exam pre board 1 MCQ BASED 10th class oct. 2021 and I was very happy that time. I really didn't read the passage and answers all the questions very easily.”
Earlier, The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) had declared the list of top annual rankings of last year’s best-selling albums across global physical sales and digital downloads, and the two very famous bands BTS and SEVENTEEN WERE the part of it.
‘BTS, THE BEST’, which is BTS’ Japanese compilation album, got 4th position. BTS band which includes V, Jungkook, Jimin, Suga, J-Hope, RM and Jin, became the first artist ever to win the IFPI’s Global Recording Artist Award for two consecutive years, last week.
For the unversed, Seventeen, South Korean band, consists of thirteen members including S.Coups, Jeonghan, Joshua, Jun, Hoshi, Wonwoo, Woozi, DK, Mingyu, The8, Seungkwan, Vernon, and Dino.