BTS star RM admits being in K-Pop band can be 'too much' ahead of London concert

BTS star RM has got honest about his time in the band, admitting it can sometimes be ‘too much’.

The K-Pop legends have become one of the biggest bands in the world, selling out two concerts at Wembley in just minutes.

And they have some total bangers to go with it.

But, ahead of their London gig, the 24-year-old joined his bandmates – J-Hope, Suga, Jin, Jimin, Jungkook and V – to speak to and others about life in the band

‘This is about how we survive and face our existence,’ he told us. ‘So I have to quote my interview again in 2018. I said when you grow up and night comes, a person’s shadow becomes longer.

‘Many media ask how you get over the hardships and bad things. I answer you can’t. You have to be friends with the shadows. Sometimes it’s too much and too big for us, but to survive as an artist and human, we should be friends with the shadows.’

Speaking about the ‘different ways’ they manage to stay creative, he continued: ‘I love to go to the park and see trees, shop, museums. Keeping my persona RM, and Kim Namjoon, and stay normal.

‘We have to keep those two names.’

RM’s words come after it was revealed BTS are blessing us with another new single, Lights.

It marks their first Japanese single in four years, and we are already obsessed with it.

The song ‘conveys the message of hope that one can connect with the others through sounds and see each other’s lights whenever they close their eyes’.

There are three different limited edition versions of the single up for grabs, with one coming with a DVD of the music video – and IDOL.

The limited edition DVD version B includes the making of both the music video of Lights, while C has a 36-page photo booklet with exclusive pictures.

And, on top of all that, they are also dropping a Japanese version of Boy With Luv and IDOL.

We cannot wait.

Lights is released on 3 July.

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