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Marvel’s Eternals soundtrack includes BTS’ Jimin and V’s song Friends, Celina Sharma’s Nach Mera Hero

Australia-born Celina Sharma has earlier teamed up with Indian rapper Emiway Bantai and was crowned the BBC’s Future Sound winner in 2019. However, it is not clear if Nach Mera Hero is a pre-existing work or something she debuted for Eternals.

Also Read |When BTS’s V failed to recognise Robert Downey Jr and RM screamed in shock

ARMY considers this a big moment for BTS, especially Jimin and V (VMin as they’re called) as this is their first collaboration with the studio. Fans have been flooding Twitter with congratulatory messages. “Friends by VMIN in marvel movie??!! IM SO PROUD OF PRODUCER JIMIN PRODUCER JIMIN,” one fan tweeted. Another wrote, “Producer Jimin, so proud of you, as Jimin is a Marvel fan too and he is celebrating!”

“Friends is such a special song for both of vmin as jimin wrote it about their precious friendship & to see it selected as a Marvel movie soundtrack is really huge… I’m extremely proud of him,” another tweeted.

Written by Matthew and Ryan Firpo, Eternals has a huge ensemble cast. It features Richard Madden as Ikaris, Gemma Chan as Sersi, Kumail Nanjiani as Kingo, Lauren Ridloff as Makkari, Brian Tyree Henry as Phastos, Salma Hayek as Ajak, Lia McHugh as Sprite, Don Lee as Gilgamesh, Barry Keoghan as Druig, Angelina Jolie as Thena and Kit Harington as Dane Whitman.In India, Eternals will hit theatres on November 5 in English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam.

 

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BTS’ Jimin donates 100 million Korean won to eradicate polio

SEOUL, South Korea: Sept. 23, 2021 – Jimin, a member of K-pop boy band BTS, is supporting the eradication of polio, a devastating vaccine-preventable disease that once paralyzed 1,000 children every single day.

Jimin’s donation of 100 million won ($88,000) to Rotary's polio eradication program, will protect children in countries where the disease is still a threat.

“Thanks to the effort of Rotary and so many people, polio is coming to an end on this planet,” Jimin said. “I wanted to join this historic moment to make sure no child suffers from polio.”

Polio cases have been reduced by 99.9 percent over the past three decades, thanks to the efforts of Rotary, the World Health Organization (WHO), UNICEF, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance. Today just two countries, Afghanistan and Pakistan, continue to report cases of wild polio, and Jimin’s donation brings the effort one step closer to a polio-free world.

“We expect the donation by Jimin, a member of the world's most beloved boyband BTS, will increase the global interest in polio eradication,” said Rotary International District 3590 (South Korea) Governor Im-Sook Kim. “Rotary will keep the commitment of Jimin and other supporters in its heart and make every effort to ensure that no child ever suffers from polio."

About Rotary:Rotary brings together a global network of volunteer leaders dedicated to tackling the world’s most pressing humanitarian challenges. Rotary connects 1.4 million members of more than 36,000 Rotary clubs in over 200 countries and geographical areas. Their work improves lives at both the local and international levels, from helping those in need in their own communities to working toward a polio-free world. For more information, visit Rotary.org.

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CONTACT: Seoha Lee: Rotary International Communication Specialist - Asia
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BTS: When an emotional Jimin apologised to fans for not being able to perform at concert, watch

Through their world tours, BTS shed blood tears and sweat to ensure that their fans are treated to world-class performances. So, when things took a difficult turn for Jimin, in 2017, and he was forced to sit out one of the concerts owing to his sore muscles, the singer felt terrible. 

As part of their Wings Tour, BTS was performing in Macau in late 2017. Ahead of the performance, BTS announced that Jimin would not be able to participate due to his health issue. They also issued a statement revealing that he was experiencing cramps in his neck and shoulder and apologised to fans for his absence. 

Although Jimin couldn't perform during the concert, he did briefly interact with fans at the venue. “I'm terribly sorry. Let's get together again soon, I love you and thank you,” he said, fighting back tears. He then joined RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, V and Jungkook for a song before the night ended. 

Months later, when BTS released their docu-series Burn The Stage, it was revealed that it wasn't easy for Jimin to sit out the Macau concert. In an episode, Jimin was seen trying his best to convince the management and fellow BTS members to allow him to perform. “I'd have nothing to say if I were injured, but what I have is just a bad case of sore muscles,” he told the members. However, they refused to give in. 

“Even if you stand on the stage, I don't think our fans would be able to enjoy your performance, they'd be anxious for you,” one of the members was heard telling Jimin. “I know that whatever we say, it wouldn't make it okay. Anyway, hang in there,” RM told Jimin as he broke down. 

“I hate the fact that I can't be on stage today. By missing out, our performance would look awkward on stage. That might distract the audience and fans might worry about me. We worked so hard for this, and it's the finale of our tour. There's no knowing when we'll be back for fans to see us so I felt really bad about it,” Jimin said, in a post-discussion interview. 

 

Also read: BTS: When frustrated Jimin said his voice was 'failing' him and Jungkook, Suga felt bad

Currently, BTS are in New York, where they will participate in the United Nations General Assembly as a special presidential envoy. They will also speak at the event. 

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Jimin (singer, born 1995)

For the winner of Season 1 of K-pop Star, see Jamie (singer).

South Korean singer, songwriter, and dancer

In this Korean name, the family name is Park.

Park Ji-min (Korean: 박지민; born October 13, 1995), better known mononymously as Jimin, is a South Korean singer, songwriter, and dancer. In 2013, he debuted as a member of the South Korean boy band BTS, under the record label Big Hit Entertainment.

Life and career

Early life and education

Park Ji-min (Korean: 박지민) was born on October 13, 1995 in Geumjeong District, Busan, South Korea.[2] His immediate family includes his mother, father, and a younger brother. When he was a child, he attended Busan's Hodong Elementary School and Yonsan Middle School.[3] During middle school, he attended Just Dance Academy and learned popping and locking dance.[citation needed] Prior to becoming a trainee, Jimin studied contemporary dance at Busan High School of Arts and was a top student in the modern dance department.[4] After a teacher suggested he audition with an entertainment company, it led him to Big Hit Entertainment. Once he passed the auditions in 2012, he transferred to Korean Arts High School, graduating in 2014.[5]

Jimin graduated from Global Cyber University in August 2020, with a major in Broadcasting and Entertainment.[6] As of 2021, he is enrolled at Hanyang Cyber University, pursuing a Master of Business Administration in Advertising and Media.[7]

2013–present: BTS

On June 13, 2013, Jimin made his debut as a member of BTS with the release of the single "No More Dream".[8] In the group, Jimin holds the position of vocalist and dancer. Under BTS, he has released three solo songs: "Lie", "Serendipity", and "Filter". "Lie" was released in 2016, as part of the group's second Korean studio album, Wings. It was described as stunning and dramatic, conveying dark undertones and emotions that helped reflect the overall concept of the album.[9] In contrast, "Serendipity", released on the Love Yourself: Her (2017) extended play (EP), was soft and sensual, unraveling the joy, conviction, and curiosity of love.[10] "Filter", from the group's 2020 studio album, Map of the Soul: 7, was very different from its predecessor, with a distinct Latin pop-esque flair and lyrics that reflected on the different sides of himself that Jimin shows to the world and those around him.[11]

"Serendipity" and "Lie" both surpassed fifty million streams on Spotify in 2018, followed shortly thereafter by the former's full length version from BTS' Love Yourself: Answer (2018) compilation album, which achieved the milestone in early 2019. With this, Jimin set a new record as the only Korean artist to have three solo tracks accumulate over 50 million streams each—previously Psy was the only Korean artist to ever cross the 50 million streams mark with "Gangnam Style" (2012) and "Gentleman" (2013).[12][13] Both songs were also the only solos by a BTS member included in the Official Chart Company's list of the top 20 most streamed BTS songs in the United Kingdom as of October 2018, ranking at number 17 and 19 respectively.[14] In April 2019, the list was expanded to reflect the top 40, and both tracks ranked at numbers 18 and 20 respectively, the highest of five solo songs included that year.[15][16]

In May 2019, Jimin became the first BTS member to have a solo music video achieve 100 million views on YouTube with "Serendipity". It was the nineteenth BTS music video overall to achieve the milestone.[17][18] He was the only BTS member with multiple solo songs in the January 2020 update of the Official Chart's top 40 list.[19] "Lie" and "Serendipity" were the second and third most-streamed solos at numbers 24 and 29, behind only "Euphoria" by Jungkook at number 19. "Serendipity"'s full length version debuted at number 38, behind "Intro: Boy Meets Evil" by J-Hope at number 35 but ahead of "Trivia: Seesaw" by Suga at number 39.[20] In February, "Filter" set a record for the biggest streaming debut among all Korean songs on Spotify with over 2.2 million streams in its first 24 hours of release, and went on to become the fastest Korean solo in the platform's history to surpass 20–60 million streams.[21][22] It is also the first and only solo BTS b-side track to receive a Song of The Year nomination at the Gaon Chart Music Awards.[23][24] In March 2021, it became BTS' 15th song to spend a full year on Billboard's World Digital Song Sales chart.[25] "Filter" is the longest-charting Korean song released in 2020, and has spent 74 weeks on the ranking as of the August 28, 2021 issue.[26]

Jimin was awarded the fifth-class Hwagwan Order of Cultural Merit in 2018 by the President of South Korea, Moon Jae-in, along with other members of BTS for their contributions to the promotion of Korean culture.[27] In July 2021, President Moon appointed him Special Presidential Envoy for Future Generations and Culture, along with the other members of BTS, to help "lead the global agenda for future generations, such as sustainable growth" and "expand South Korea's diplomatic efforts and global standing" in the international community.[28]

Solo work

In 2014, Jimin collaborated with fellow BTS member and vocalist Jungkook on a song called "Christmas Day", a Korean rendition of Justin Bieber's "Mistletoe"—the Korean lyrics were written by Jimin himself.[29] The two collaborated again in 2017 for a cover of American singer Charlie Puth's "We Don't Talk Anymore" (2016), with Jimin singing the parts of Selena Gomez who featured on the original with Puth.[30] Jungkook had previously released a solo version of the song earlier that year in February, and the two prepared the duet as a special gift to the band's fandom, releasing it on June 2 during BTS' fourth anniversary celebrations.[31][32] Commenting on Jimin's appearance on the track, Teen Vogue wrote that "adding Jimin's voice to the mix makes the rendition all the more lovely".[31] Canadian outlet Flare magazine also praised his rendition saying, "...no shade, Selena—it honestly might be better than the original".[33]Elite Daily described the cover as "nothing short of flawless".[29]

Jimin appeared on several variety shows such as Hello Counselor, Please Take Care of My Refrigerator, and God's Workplace in 2016.[34] He also served as a special MC on domestic music programs such as Show! Music Core and M Countdown.[35][36] In December, he participated in a dance duet at the KBS Song Festival with Taemin from Shinee.[37]

On December 30, 2018, Jimin released his first solo song outside of BTS releases, "Promise", for free on BTS' SoundCloud page.[38] On January 3, 2019, the platform announced that "Promise" had surpassed the record set by Drake's "Duppy Freestyle" for the biggest 24-hour debut ever.[39] Described by Billboard as a "mellow pop ballad",[40] the song was composed by Jimin and Big Hit producer Slow Rabbit, who also produced the track,[41] and features lyrics written by Jimin and fellow BTS member RM.[40] On December 24, 2020, Jimin released his second solo effort "Christmas Love", a song about his childhood memories of the holidays.[42]

Artistry

Jimin's vocals have been described as delicate and sweet.[43] He is regarded as an exceptional dancer among the members of the group and in K-pop in general.[4][44] Noelle Devoe of Elite Daily wrote that he is often praised for his "smooth and elegant movements" as well as his charm on stage. In the BTS documentary Burn the Stage, Jimin said he thinks of himself as a perfectionist and that even the smallest mistakes on stage make him feel guilty and stressed.[44]

He has cited singer Rain as one of his inspirations and reasons why he wanted to become both a singer and performer.[45]

Impact and influence

In 2016, Jimin was ranked as the 14th most popular idol in an annual survey conducted by Gallup Korea.[46] He ranked 7th in 2017, before ranking 1st consecutively in 2018 and 2019.[47] Jimin is the only idol to top the survey for two consecutive years.[48] In 2018, Jimin was the ninth most-tweeted about celebrity and the eighth most-tweeted about musician in the world.[49] He was picked as the seventeenth best boyband member in history by The Guardian.[50] From January to May 2018, Jimin won the monthly Peeper x Billboard Award for "Top K-Pop Artist – Individual". Peeper x Billboard is a collaboration between the Peeper social media app and Billboard Korea that collects fan votes for their favorite K-pop artists and announces monthly winners. The prize was a donation to the charity UNICEF in his name.[51]

In 2019, he received a plaque of appreciation from the Cultural Conservation Society for performing buchaechum, a traditional Korean fan dance, during the 2018 Melon Music Awards and helping spread the dance outside of Korea.[52] As of 2021, Jimin has topped the brand reputation ranking for individual boy group idols for 34 consecutive months.[53]

Philanthropy

From 2016 to 2018, Jimin supported graduates of Busan Hodong Elementary School, his alma mater, by covering uniform expenses. After news of the school's closing was released, he donated summer and winter middle school uniforms to the final graduates and gifted autographed albums to the entire student body.[54] In early 2019, Jimin donated KRW₩100 million (US$88,000) to the Busan Department of Education to help support lower income students. Of the total, ₩30 million ($23,000) went to his alma mater, Busan Arts High School.[55] In July 2020, he donated another ₩100 million, this time to the Jeonnam Future Education Foundation, for the creation of a scholarship fund for talented but financially struggling students from South Jeolla Province.[56] In July 2021, Jimin donated ₩100 million to Rotary International, to help polio patients. As with previous donations, the benefaction was made privately, but the news became public in September, when the Go-seong Rotary Club displayed a banner thanking him for the donation.[57] On October 12, 2021, Jimin was announced as a member of the Green Noble Club, a group of major donors to the Green Umbrella Children's Foundation who have made donations of ₩100 million or more.[58]

Discography

Jimin on the set of the "Boy with Luv" music video, March 2019.

For Jimin's works with BTS, see BTS singles discography and BTS albums discography.

Charted songs

Other songs

Writing credits

All song credits are adapted from the Korea Music Copyright Association's database, unless otherwise noted.[81]

Filmography

See also: BTS videography

Trailers and short films

Hosting

Notes

  1. ^Song was released under BTS, but is a solo track performed by Jimin.[69]
  2. ^ abSong was released under BTS, but is a solo track performed by Jimin.
  3. ^Also later released as just "Serendipity", as an extended version. The track was released on Love Yourself: Answer (2019).[71]
  4. ^ abcdReached by the full-length version.
  5. ^"Serendipity" did not enter the NZ Singles Chart, but appeared at number 8 on the component Heatseekers chart.[72]
  6. ^"Serendipity" did not enter the UK Singles Chart, but appeared at no. 64 on the component Download chart.[73]
  7. ^"Serendipity" did not enter the NZ Singles Chart, but appeared at no. 10 on the component Hot Singles chart.[76]

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External links

  • Media related to Jimin at Wikimedia Commons
Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jimin_(singer,_born_1995)

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While browsing Jimin’s newly shared FILA photo and video, the photo below caught my attention, which is looking very “pretty”:

Here the word “pretty” is important. Based on the photo above, I thought of the short but meaningful video below (with English subtitles):

Whoa. Jimin, what did you say? Is it called that? 🙂 Let’s put a “Snappish Jimin” pose right now:

Jimin was probably going to emphasize another point, and he should be a bit confused. Actually, I want to touch on another aspect here. It’s very important for Jimin to be “welcome”, “liked” and especially “approved” by ARMYs. Here’s what he said in his 2016 (Christmas special) “Interview with Himself” video (with Turkish subtitles):

It’s funny how Jimin repeats the phrase “I want to be the man the whole world wants” a hundred times…

We can easily say that he achieved what he wanted! He is so pretty, literally:

How is it possible to say the opposite?:

So what do you think Jimin thinks for today, for 2021? Let’s listen from him (with English subtitles):

Unfortunately, we learned today that Jimin’s only wish from 2021 cannot come true. The MOTS World Tour has been definitively cancelled.

The video below tells a lot to understand why Jimin misses concerts. When Jimin starts to shoot the audience with a portable camera, the Mexican Wave action in the stands never ends. Jimin cries out to them so that they stop, but this flood of love has no intention of stopping. Yes, Jimin, you got what you wanted, how nice, isn’t it!

 

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