BTS’s work has reached Malala Yousafzai’s ears, her organization posted a message for Big Hit’s idols and fans. Malala Fund, the foundation of Malala Yousafzai, shared a message about the impact of BTS on ARMY’s life .
The boys of BTS, in addition to being one of the most important and successful music groups in the world, are now the voice of various campaigns against bullying, for acceptance and self-esteem .
One of the characteristics of the K-pop band formed by Jimin, Jin, Jungkook, V, RM, Suga and J-Hope is that they mix their artistic talents and abilities with a universal message , which they capture in each of their record materials. .
The impact of BTS is so great that recently the official social networks of ‘Malala Fund’, the foundation of Malala Yousafzai, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014, posted an interview with an ARMY from India .
One of BTS’s conceptual images for the album ‘Map of the Soul: 7’ was published on @ malalafund’s Instagram , in the description of the photograph you can read:
For Pankil Jhajhria, a 17-year-old student from India and a proud fan of @ bts.bighitofficial , the appeal of the South Korean septet goes beyond what is outside. Rather, it stems from BTS’s commitment to using music to promote positivity and self-acceptance.
Pankil Jhajhria explained that BTS helped her understand that it is not good to judge people because you never know what they could be going through, the student assured the 7 idols taught her to stop looking at herself from the perspective of society.
I am part of a movement. I have come so far in learning to love myself, in finding myself. I want that for every person in the world
The Bangtan Boys fan interview post already has over 8,000 likes and hundreds of comments from ARMY who have read the text and share their feelings on how BTS has changed their lives.
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Smooth voices and sharp moves? ✅ Record-smashing album sales? ✅ Lyrics that encourage people to love themselves and act with kindness? ✅ For Pankil Jhajhria, 17-year-old student from India and proud @bts.bighitofficial fan, the appeal of the South Korean septet goes beyond what’s on the outside. Rather, it stems from BTS’ commitment to use music to promote positivity and self-acceptance. “They teach me to not judge people because you never know what they could be going through. They teach me to stop looking at myself through society’s perspective,” she says. Since debuting in 2013, the group has used their platform to speak on a variety of issues affecting youth today, from women’s empowerment to consumerism to dealing with mental health issues. And their messages clearly resonate — in 2017, BTS was tapped by @unicef to launch the “Love Myself” campaign against violence in school, proving their ability to inspire change on an individual and institutional level. For this, BTS’ global fanbase (also known as ARMY, an acronym for “Adorable Representative MC for Youth”) has evolved beyond helping the band sell records and stadium tours. “I’m part of a movement,” Pankil says, describing ARMY as a family that cares deeply about spreading BTS’ social messages and making the world a better place. And while she’s happy to be part of this millions-strong collective, Pankil’s hope is that BTS’ impact goes beyond those who are already fans of their music. “I have come so far in learning to love myself, in finding myself. I want that for every person in the world.”
WHO IS MALALA YOUSAFZAI?
Malala Yousafzai is a well – known civil rights activist for women and girls, she is originally from Pakistan, she was born on July 12, 1997 in the city of Mingora, she currently resides in England due to an attack she suffered in 2012, when only I was 15 years old. Malala is the youngest person to receive the Nobel Peace Prize at just 17 years old.
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“To young people: you don’t need to wait for someone in power to give you permission or even listen to you to be an activist. You can begin by educating yourself on issues, educating others and organising in your community. Get some momentum and try to make advocates out of everyone you meet.” — @malala
Boys BTS held an interview in exclusive in the program of Japanese television ‘ SONGS ‘ 7 idol were questioned about how they feel at being called ‘The Beatles of the 21st century’ and singers and rappers were very sincere in their answers.