The K-Pop band has shown that there is no challenge to resist them. Specifically, it has been the members Jungkook, Jin and J-Hope who have starred in the Christmas of millions of followers around the world.
Actually, it has been his Hispanic followers who have enjoyed the new content with which they have delighted us the most. This is the version of the popular Christmas carol Merry Christmas by José Feliciano, which came to light in the 70s. That’s right. These three artists have interpreted it in Spanish and English to offer a faithful interpretation of their lyrics.
In this way, BTS has brought out its new talent: its ability in Spanish. Is this the first step to delight your Hispanic audience with songs in this language? I didn’t miss you!
If they have been able to succeed in the videogames and film market, is there any area that becomes an obstacle for our protagonists? In addition, they also have recordings in Japanese, so it would not be strange to hear them in any other language.
Although it is not the first time we hear them say the odd word in Spanish in a song, they already do it in the chorus of their song Airplane pt. 2. “Mariachi, Mariachi, Mariachi …” are the terms they pronounce. And they are not bad at all.