BTS is first K-pop act to appear on Bloomberg 50

Dec. 7 (UPI) — BTS is the primary Ok-pop group to seem on Bloomberg’s annual listing of influential individuals.

The South Korean boy band made the corporate’s listing of the 50 most influential individuals of 2018, generally known as the Bloomberg 50.

Bloomberg famous the success of BTS’ albums Love Your self: Tear and Love Your self: Reply, which each debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 this yr. The albums helped BTS develop its fan base worldwide.

As well as, Bloomberg stated the group’s “willingness to handle social points, psychological well being and politics” helped contribute to its reputation across the globe.

BTS was the one Korean entry to seem on the Bloomberg 50. American singer Taylor Swift was the one different musical act to make the listing.

BTS appeared on different end-of-year lists this week, together with these from Twitter Korea. The boy band had the most-liked and most-favorited tweets of 2018 in South Korea.

BTS is selling its Love Your self album collection on a worldwide tour of the identical title. The group will subsequent carry out Saturday in Taoyuan, Taiwan, and posted a video from an airplane Thursday on Twitter.

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