After releasing stunning pictures from the Vogue Korea photoshoot, Kim Taehyung’s (aka BTS’S V) interview video is also out. In the interview, he talks about a lot of things including his past relationships where he felt used by people.
BTS’s V, also known as Kim Taehyung, has lit up ARMY’s hearts with his latest Vogue picture. With a flabbergasted expression and phenomenal poses, V has set the internet on fire. The pictures from the Vogue Korea photoshoot were released a few days ago and received a lot of love from the ARMY. Now the anticipated interview video is out where one can see V talking about various patches of life.
Here is what more BTS’S V shared in the interview.
The singer in the interview confessed how he had been hurt by those who saw him only as a “useful asset” and also talked about how he had bonded up with other artists, filmmakers, and others.
He continued by saying that in the past, this caused him to be “reserved.” In the interview, he gave a statement that “There is a feeling of responsibility in whatever I do, but I don’t regret what I’ve done. I want to be a good person for those who love me. Our ARMY, BTS members, family, and friends keep me happy and healthy even when I’m hurt and struggling. I cherish human connection.”
Kim Taehyung talks about how the members of BTS keep him happy and exuberant. He treats them as his family.
In every chapter of life, a person learns something or the other. It depends on us in what way we paint the empty canvas, with beautiful memories or bad ones.
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In the interview although V talked about being hurt by people in the past who treated him just as a ‘valuable asset’ he also talked about being a ‘people person. He loves the people around him and adores every moment that he has spent with them.
In the conversation, V also discussed how he tries to remain composed when it comes to facing unexpected and inconceivable circumstances. He said, “I may look calm, but I don’t feel calm all the time. I just pretend to be.”
Adding to it he further said, “I try to think clearly and hard in those moments so that I can act with the confidence that the decisions I make are the best for the situation even if they may not be ideal. There is a feeling of responsibility in whatever I do, but I don’t regret what I’ve done.”