The series ended so quickly!
10 May 2018 - 12:47 PM  UPDATED 10 May 2018 - 12:47 PM

The final episode of BTS' YouTube Red series Burn The Stage has now aired and in the last series of interviews, the boys talked about what BTS means to them.

Discussing how closely they've lived since pre-debut and the difficulties they faced with no personal space or privacy, some of BTS mentioned how important their fellow members have become to them.

Jimin said: "The moments of joy, sadness, warmth and so much more were shared with the guys. Me too, when I was down, that brought us really close together."

V also talked about sharing burdens saying: "In some ways, the members mean everything to me. The guys give me strength and I hope to do the same. That's how I think of them"

Maknae Jungkook, who was still in school when BTS debuted said: "Learning through them keeps me from slacking off. That helps me stay on track." He added on later, "I learn a lot from the guys".

Suga, who earlier on in the episode admitted he prefers to be alone, also added: "After making it as BTS, the guys mean a lot to me. We can relate to each other 200 or even 300 percent, so it's not as hard as before."

Teamwork really does make the dream work! Have you watched the Burn The Stage finale yet?


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