‘Stay Gold’ Becomes BTS’s Next MV That Proves That Everything Was Real | Kpopmap

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MU:E Art Director / BTS YouTube Screenshot

On June 26, BTS
had released the music video for their Japanese song ‘Stay Gold’.

If you have yet to check it out, you should do so below!

The song gives off a soothing vibes and ARMY from all over the world are loving it.

If you have noticed in the music video, the 7 idols could be seen entering a place where there were beautiful flowers, a pond and even a cherry blossom tree.

Some thought that it was made through computer graphic but it turns out that it was all made from scratch!

The art director had posted several behind the scene photos on her Instagram and you can take a look below.

'Stay Gold' Becomes BTS's Next MV That Proves That Everything Was Real

MU:E Art Director

'Stay Gold' Becomes BTS's Next MV That Proves That Everything Was Real

MU:E Art Director

'Stay Gold' Becomes BTS's Next MV That Proves That Everything Was Real

MU:E Art Director

The amount of effort in making a hill and the pond in the center of the set had caused many who had seen the photo to become surprised. It definitely did not look easy to make the set and many are also complimenting on how beautifully it was made and turned out in the music video.

'Stay Gold' Becomes BTS's Next MV That Proves That Everything Was Real

BTS YouTube Screenshot

'Stay Gold' Becomes BTS's Next MV That Proves That Everything Was Real

BTS YouTube Screenshot

BTS is known for having music videos filmed without computer graphics. One of their most well known example would be the tower of clothes seen in their ‘Spring Day’ music video.

'Stay Gold' Becomes BTS's Next MV That Proves That Everything Was Real

BTS YouTube Screenshot

Are you amazed by the set of ‘Stay Gold’?

 

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