BTS Shares Refreshingly Honest and Hopeful Messages to 2020 Graduates

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BTS Shares Refreshingly Honest and Hopeful Messages to 2020 Graduates

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BTS provided their voices in more methods than one to commemorate 2020 graduates.

In the last couple of months, high school and university student have actually needed to rapidly change their graduation strategies due to the continuous Coronavirus pandemic. So it’s not a surprise that YouTube brought a few of the greatest stars in home entertainment together to provide trainees an event to keep in mind.

On that list? BTS. The K-Pop group—which includes RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V: The Series and Jung Kook—shared words of motivation with audiences tuning into YouTube’s “Dear Class of 2020” virtual livestream.

“Dear class of 2020, it’s been a strange year so far but you made it,” RMS started his speech. “Today we might not have flowers, we might not have graduation caps, but what we do have is possibly the most special graduation ceremony in history.”

“Never before have so many gathered to celebrate the graduating class for their achievements and their dreams. You could be watching us from your bed or your living room alone, or with somebody,” he continued. “Wherever you are, you will all soon be breaking out of one world to soar into another.”

RM shared a heartfelt story about his own intermediate school graduation from 10 years back.

“I remember that day clearly and kept it as my messenger profile for the rest of my school years. On that day, I was just a boy who had closed just one chapter, ready to pen another,” he revealed. “I remember that feeling. It’s really thrilling, breathtaking. It was a moment I felt most like me… A feeling I wanted to hold on to forever.”

He included, “So as a fellow individual in his twenties, all the way from Seoul Korea, I want to say congratulations. We’re very excited for what lies ahead of you. Regardless of where or how far you are, we hope our stories today give you sort of comfort, hope and even a bit of inspiration.”

Jung Kook satirized RM and quipped that his “graduation is recorded online.”

“My fellow BTS members were there throughout all my high school years,” he went on. “I remember them saying, ‘When did you grow old enough to graduate?’ And once the ceremony was over, we went and had Jajangmyeon together. I recently watched that video again and it made me wonder: did that child really grow to become me?”

Jung Kook included, “RM mentioned that he still sees himself in that boy in the graduation picture, but i feel like i’ve come a very long way. All I’ve done is continue on but even today I continue to learn new things. So here I stand today with my members, with faith in myself, my members and the world. And I hope you also will do the same for yourself and move forward.”

Jin likewise took a minute to share his own graduation story, which he mentioned was “a little different” from the others.

“My memory of graduation is a little different. It was before my debut as BTS, I was around 20, just a high school graduate going into university.,” he started. “Back then, the idea of ending up being a grownup was something rather frightening. [I was] nervous about making my method into an unknown world, I bewared of whatever I stated or did.”

“Sometimes I’d feel restless watching my friends go on far ahead of me. And attempting to keep up with their speed would only leave me breathless. I soon realized that their pace was not my own,” he confessed. “What held me together during those times was a promise I made with myself to take it slow. I’d go at my own pace, steadily. From then on, it became a habit of mine to take time for myself.”

Jin shared words of motivation with trainees, and informed them to not hurry their journey.

“If any of you feels lost, in the face of doubt or uncertainty, or the pressure of starting anew, don’t rush,” he stated. “Take a deep breath. You may find that any moment can be turned into an opportunity. Allow yourself to take it easy. Take it one step at a time. You might discover the important things you were missing, and they will reach out to you.”

“First, congratulations on your graduation,” Jimin opened his speech. “But at the same time, I am worried for everyone. I think about your health and whether you’re doing okay, whether you are holding on tight during a time when nothing seems to go as planned, whether your body and mind are all safe and sound.”

He stated, “I hope you are all doing well, but if things are not okay, even in the slightest, we send you our most sincere consolation with all our hearts.”

Giving audiences more hope, he shared, “Remember there is a person here in Korea, in the city of Seoul, who understands you. We are all in different parts of the world, in different environments and circumstances. But in this moment, I hope we can all give each other a warm pat on the back and say, ‘It’s okay.'”

Suga likewise shared a motivating and moving message to trainees.

“These days, I feel as though I’ve fallen to the ground during a race. I dust my knees and get up again only to find that there is nobody around,: he said. “It’s as though I’m deserted on an island. This may not be the grand ending that you had actually thought of and a new beginning may appear far. Please do not hesitate, do not stress yourself. The end and the start, the start and end are linked.”

“Take your hands off what you can’t manage and get your hands on what you can alter,” he went on. “As you and I advance in life, we will discover ourselves in many circumstances out of our grasp. The just thing we can manage is ourselves. Get your hands on the modifications you can make, due to the fact that your possibilities are endless. After all, I had no concept I would end up being BTS either.”

J-Hope dealt with trainees too and kept in mind that he’s not “much various from all of you.”

“At times I feel as though I’ve reached a dead-end as I carry out and make music. Sometimes, my mind is bleached white and I can barely take another advance,” J-Hope admitted. “It’s a routine event as I work. At these times, I believe, ‘Just this as soon as’ and I choose myself back up. I choose to trust myself.”

“The next effort may not be ideal however the 2nd is much better than the very first and the 3rd is even much better than the 2nd. And that is the minute I choose, I’m happy I selected not to quit,” he continued. “There will be times in your life when you question your own choices, whether it have to do with your significant or your occupation, whether you have actually made the best option, whether you are succeeding or strolling the course of failure.”

“And when you do keep in mind: you are the leader of your own life. And shout it over and over once again,” he closed. “I can do it. You got it. I can do it well. I can do it much better than any person.”

“Many of us are at war with reality right now, but I hope we can take bits of this moment with us, in a photograph or a memo to look back to and remember June of 2020, and how it compares with the new today you will be embracing,” V shared.

“In all honesty, I wasn’t born with the talents of singing and dancing and wasn’t much of the persevering type either,” he exposed. “I began later and was lacking in some aspects, but I soon developed a joy and passion for singing and dancing. This joy motivated my persistent efforts and has led me to where I stand today. If there is anyone out there who cannot see where they should be, from here forth I urge you to listen to your heart.”

Closing his speech, he advised trainees to not lose hope.

“Things may feel a little difficult right now but somewhere out there, luck and opportunity is waiting for you,” V stated. “I believe that. On that note, I will remember this day. Today may not be my own graduation but I will try to look back upon this day years from now and remember it as a memory to treasure. And I look forward to the day you will stand and tell us your own story.”

In addition to BTS’ private speeches, they likewise carried out throughout the livestream.

Sunday’s virtual graduation included other significant start speakers, consisting of Beyoncé, Michelle and Barack Obama, Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift, Malala Yousafzai therefore a lot more stars and public figures.

There were likewise unique looks by Alicia Keys, Kerry WashingtonZendayaJackie Aina and numerous others. MalumaKaty PerryMegan Thee StallionChloe x Halle and others carried out too.

Watch the livestream above!



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