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e-Enoch

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Why jkay leave betes is trending
Suddenly why they are fighting about jakay popularity
There has always been "rumours" about some members leaving the group...particularly Jin, V, and now Jk...

It's also possible that they just want to create a "controversy" to stay relevant...to have something that netizens "buzz" about...
 

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Why jkay leave betes is trending
Suddenly why they are fighting about jakay popularity
There's a JK solo stan vs. YG solo stan war going on over on Twitter right now. It's weird but also hilarious.

Thing is, based on the country, YG and JK are the most popular members. The need for either member to be the most popular proves nothing and looks utterly stupid. It's like, he's popular, and then what?
 

lal golapi

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Y'all need to find better way to update news. You can take inspiration from my quoted scriptures in the past. Like make it a bit more juicy to be hooked on with it. It ain't feeling appealing Im getting bored.
 

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More scripted bullshit
I bet Jungkook does not own that dog
Everything is scripted for these weird ass celebs
Remember world is a stage (we live in a movie with actors playing their part)
Most of these celebs hire family members
Standing on the stage fooling the audience with scripted tales
 
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A dog's life...

"BTS's Jungkook opens up Instagram for his dog Bam..."

You know, within minutes of looking into this story, the scripting and numeric codes seemed super obvious. I couldn’t do anything but laugh out loud. This stuff is bizarre.
 

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You know, within minutes of looking into this story, the scripting and numeric codes seemed super obvious. I couldn’t do anything but laugh out loud. This stuff is bizarre.
...and the dog's name is "Bam" which means "night" in Korean... quite unusual for a pet's name...lol
 

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...and the dog's name is "Bam" which means "night" in Korean... quite unusual for a pet's name...lol
Interesting about the night thing. Also “unusual” is the multiple numbers that “Bam” syncs to in Gematria with Jungkook’s name, birthday, and his nickname (JK). One of the numeric patterns that really sticks out is the fact that both “Bam” and “JK” each = 7. And of course we know Jungkook is 7th in the group fanchant (and age order).

Also recall that Jungkook came out with that single “Seven” last year during the 7th month on the 14th day, exactly 7 weeks before his birthday. Also the digital root of the number year the song came out in, 2023, is 7. Furthermore, 2023 is divisible by 7 289 times. “JK”= 289. 289= the 17th square number, and 17 is the 7th prime number. So basically the song’s release date, 7/14/2023, represents 7/7/7 which reminds of 777 Jackpot lol. And who was featured on the single? Latto, like “lotto” lol.

To top it all off, the song “Seven” is even in the Key of B- 7th key on the piano. How do I know B is the 7th key? The 12 keys on the piano represent the 12 months of the year starting from F through E. All the white keys = the 7 longest months with 31 days in the order they occur during the year between the 5 shorter months less than 31 days (represented by the 5 black keys). In other words, each octave on a piano keyboard from F through E represents the months of the year in chronological order:

1. F= January
2. F#= February
3. G=March
4. G#= April
5. A= May,
6. A#=June
7. (B= July)
8. C= August
9. C#= September
10. D= October
11. D# = November
12. E= December

Yes, it’s this elaborate with these folks in Hollywood, entertainment, and the elite. It’s absolutely insane. And this is but one example.

Which reminds me of a very famous example many people are familar with relating to musical keys and the months of the year- News Year’s Day at Times Square in New York. When that ball drops there stroke of midnight on January 1, the familar song “Auld Lang Syne” plays loud in clear in F major! January corresponds with F on the piano keyboard …. Same tired ritual over and over.
 

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South Korea remembers deadly Sewol ferry accident 10 years on...

Is Spring Day based on Sewol Ferry tragedy?

Several fans and media publications speculated that the visual references the Sewol Ferry Disaster that took place on April 16, 2014, which left more than 300 students missing or dead. In this regard, RM stated that the video focuses on the visual representation of the song's lyrics and can be interpreted in many ways.

 

e-Enoch

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From an Archived Post on Reddit...

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I just learned that BTS' Spring Day is made in honor of the Sewol Ferry Incident, and now I'm balling my eyes out.
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[A BTS APPRECIATION POST]
TW: Tragedy
(correction: BAWLING my eyes out )
Here I go again with being 4 years late in knowing something but, once again, I'm asking you to bare with me. From what I read, it was never confirmed by BTS since 1. they were prohibited, and 2. the group wanted people to analyze the song and mv in their own way. But then in an interview in Esquire (2020), Jin said that the song was based on an event which lead fans to believe that the whole Sewol Ferry theory was indeed true.
Spring Day has always been one of my favorite BTS' songs. I've always thought that it was - simply - a beautiful song. Until now. Until I learned/read theories behind the song and its music video, and now I can't stop crying cause it's not just beautiful, it's deep and so well-thought of. It's beyond beautiful. It's exquisite. At first, I simply just thought that it's about missing someone, hence the lyrics, "I miss you". But it never dawned to me that it's a song about losing someone, missing that person, and grieving - one of the main theories being that the song was based on the Sewol Ferry Incident.
The Sewol Ferry Incident was a very major South Korean event. It was a very major event that I remember seeing it from our local news and, yes, I do not live in Korea. When the news broke out, I remember seeing a video of the last messages of the few students who lost their lives, and I remember weeping so hard. Yesterday, I saw the video again, and cried like a freaking baby again. Then, I decided to check the comments and saw that BTS wrote Spring Day in honor of the incident which lead me to do a research and afterwards writing this post. This theory video basically explains everything. After watching that theory video, I watched the music video itself and I couldn't stop sobbing. I don't even have the words to describe how touched I have become by the song anymore.
I know it's been 4 years since the song was released and it's probably late for an appreciation post but let me take this time to really appreciate it. I want to thank the members for writing such a beautiful song. Their minds are beautiful. I also want to appreciate them for doing something like this in the most discreet way - cause from what I heard the government avoided artists from talking about this. I also want to appreciate the directors and producers of the music video. They incorporated Snowpiercer and The One Who Walk Away from Omelas to represent the tragedy and every little detail in the music video tells something about the tragedy. I also just learned and realized that the title of the album (where Spring Day is under) is "You Never Walk Alone" - in honor of the survivors and the people who lost their loved ones, and the title "Spring Day" was because the incident happened on Spring time.
BRB bawling my eyes out! And just a bonus appreciation for BTS. I always tell "haters" who say BTS is overrated this: "they're not actually overrated, they deserved everything they got or will be getting" - and this masterpiece is a proof of that. At this point, I'm not even sure if I'm really not an army yet.
 

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a new album ???

This is quite puzzling...but the name suggests a "one world system..." Mono means "one" or "single" and "chrome" means "color" often depicting "shades of one color" as in a "grayscale..." In slang it means "unexciting..."

Is H*be going to make "one system of control" for BTS artists and/or fans? It's obviously a digital system...a "single currency," if you will...like the CBDC (Central Bank Digital Currency)...NWO...

What do you know? What do you think?

Appears like it's just a "new" gimmick to sell to armies...lol
 
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