BTS has a large fan base throughout the world, not only because of their successful songs but also because of their ability to do tough dance routines in unison. In the previous seven years, the group has had a significant impact on the music business, becoming the largest K-pop group in the globe. The seven youngsters may be seen dancing to the ubiquitous Bengali song Kacha Badam in a recently edited video circulating on social media.
For those who are unaware, the Bangtan Boys have been taking a vacation from their demanding schedules for the last few weeks, enjoying the holidays with their families for the first time since their debut. During the holidays, a few members of the band caught the COVID 19 virus, but they have all recovered entirely. Jimin underwent appendicitis surgery a few days ago, and he just informed the ARMY on his health, assuring them that he is well at the present.
BTS can be seen dancing on the Kacha Badam remix, which has recently taken the internet by storm, in a recent viral video. The video begins with Jungkook, then as soon as the rhythm drops, the camera turns to RM. The video was originally taken from the septet’s live performance of the song Dynamite. The fast dance routine fits in well with the sounds of the Bengali song, giving the video a real feel.
In one scene, BTS’ finest dancer, J-Hope, can be seen taking over from RM and easily dancing to the song. The video also benefits from Jimin’s quick movements and Taehyung’s strong emotions. Min Yoongi and Jin also make cameo appearances in this entertaining adaptation.
The Kacha Badam edit is seen below.