BTS recently gave an interview to Esquire. During the interview, they have made statements on several things and shed the light on different topics. BTS member Suga shared his opinion on how Korean music had earlier sidelined the lyrics about the young generation’s mental health. His thinking is reflected through the songs he has made.
It has organically become part of his music. BTS’s first single No More Dream was based on the pressure faced by South Korean school children to be successful in their lives. Min Yoongi said, “There is this culture where masculinity is defined by certain emotions, characteristics. I’m not fond of these expressions. What does being masculine mean? People’s conditions vary day by day.”
Suga further went on to explain how a person’s mental and physical health is sometimes good and sometimes not. He believes that people’s mindset when it comes to mental health is wrong. He commented, “People won’t say you’re a weak person if your physical condition is not that good. It should be the same for the mental condition as well. Society should be more understanding.”
Meanwhile, BTS will perform their new song ‘Life Goes On’ on the Late Late Show With James Corden on November 24. Suga is recovering from his shoulder injury and taking rest.