After the success of "Chi, Ase, Namida" the K-Pop BTS group with the Japanese name Boudan Shounendan is re-releasing the clip video for the Japanese version of their latest single "Mic Drop".
The most popular, sensational, and phenomenal K-Pop group named BTS or Bangtan Boys or Beyond The Scene or its Japanese name Boudan Shounendan is indeed enjoying its popularity in 2017.
Although their names are rising all over the world but they do not forget the Japanese and released the Japanese version of the clips of Mic Drop.
This Japanese version of the Mic Drop clip was released on December 6, 2017 and uploaded by their Japanese label Universal Music Japan. The video clips were released to welcome the release of their eighth Japanese single, Mic Drop / DNA / Crystal Snow, which was released on the same day with the release of Japanese version of the Japanese version of the Mic Drop clip.
This video clip does not feature Steve Aoki and changes the original song language of "Mic Drop" taken from their EP Love Yourself: Her from Korea to Japan. Although there is no Steve Aoki, but their video clips still look cool and showcase Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V, and Jungkook in singing and dancing.
This video clip has been watched as much as 1.3 million times per December 7, 2017 at 08:19 and will likely continue to rise.
In contrast to their seventh single "Chi, Ase, Namida" which is the Japanese version of "Blood, Sweet, Tears" where the Japanese video clip is different from Korean clip video but still has a similar theme. The video clips from "Chi, Ase, Namida" alone have been watched as much as 17.5 million times.
In Japan, BTS had gained popularity before they invaded the United States and became the first K-Pop group to land their 10th album on US Billboard 200. Their first Japanese album Wake Up was released on December 24, 2014 and has been sitting on third position on the Oricon Japan Album Chart.
Their second Japanese album Youth which was released on September 7, 2016 and became their farewell album with their old Japanese label Pony Canyon succeeded in becoming a champion in Japan with sales of more than 100 thousand copies and earned Gold certification there.
Their seventh single "Chi, Ase, Namida" also managed to sell as many as 310 thousand copies and achieved Platinum certification thanks to the sale of his physical single that exceeds 250 thousand copies.
Edited by Fachrul Razi