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10 STRICT Rules BTS Has To Follow On Tour

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Crazy rules the K-pop band BTS has to follow on tour.
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BTS is on their first world tour in 2018 and with such a long tour, packed with travelling the band is bound to get some hard set and strict rules to make sure everything goes smoothly. Their loyal group of fans, known as the Army, may not see that they follow all these rules, but they certainly do. What does Big Hit Entertainment not allow them to do? And what rule did the boys set up together to protect their social media? The seven talented guys, Suga, V, Jin, Jimin, RM, J-Hope, and Jungkook are one team and they operate as such. Practice is one of their main rules, as well as working hard. Work hard, play hard could be their motto. They also differ from other KPop group as many only sing and rap about “safe” subjects, while BTS has made a rule that they will create music that talks about important subjects - breaking one rule while making their own. Watch The Trendy video to discover all the crazy rules the boys follow on tour to be as awesome as they always are!
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