Fans of RM, J-Hope, Jimin, Jin, Suga, V and Jungkook are loyal and supportive, especially when it comes to Twitter. In fact, BTS ARMY includes a special character in its names on Twitter and even uses special hashtags to view smileys specific to BTS.
Here’s what we know about these artists, their personalized emoticons on Twitter and their massive presence on social media.
Some BTS ARMY members attach their names to Twitter 7
Fans of this group of guys often dominate Twitter, creating the most popular topics about everything from photos of participants̵7; dogs to birthday celebrations.
With the release of BTS of his album Soul card: 7, some fans decided to repeat the group, changing the names on Twitter, including the top index “7” at the end.
Even some celebrities shared support for the BTS album. The week the participants visited Late late show with James Corden, the host changed his name on Twitter to “The Late Late Show With Joke Guy Gu”.
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BTS first received a personalized emoticon on Twitter in 2016
BTS members first received their own Twiter emoticons in 2016, just three years after their debut. Users who tagged the boy’s group saw a special bulletproof vest symbol, a reference to the Korean name Bangtan Sonyeondan, which translates as “bulletproof Boy Scouts.”
When the boys first performed at the American Music Awards in 2017, fans received a new smiley face. When #BTSxAMAs was tweeted, a completely new band logo appeared, which they still use today. This logo had a bit of a rebranding for the band when they confirmed what BTS means – “Off Stage”.
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BTS has a few more smilies and hashtags that fans use on Twitter
In honor of BTS ARMY, these artists presented another emoticon specifically for Twitter. It was a logo created for fans, an inversion of the BTS logo that appeared when users wrote the hashtag # LoveBTS10M on Twitter. (This was in honor of the K-pop group, which earned 10 million subscribers back in 2017.)
In addition to their personal emoticons, BTS fans use a purple heart to share their love for each other and the group. This is mainly due to V, who coined the phrase “I Purple You” as a way to describe his love for the ARMY.
In addition to hashtags and smilies, BTS is known for its strong presence on social networks. They won the Billboard Music Top Top Artist Award in 2017, 2018 and 2019. They also won the iHeartRadio Music Award for Best Fan Army in 2018, 2019 and 2020.
Dynamite music video is now available on YouTube. BTS music, including a recently released album, Soul card: 7, available for broadcast on Spotify, Apple Music and most major platforms.