I need you girl mv
Today I'm going to give you a whole different point of view about the bts "I need you" MV so be prepared for a few paragraphs. First of all, we all noticed that this was a music video without the usual dancing which proves its a mv with a story which is new to BigHit entertainment. Though it's exciting :smile: :smile:. Part of their meaning I believe is that they are showing youth isn't as it seems. It's also a process where one must learn by experience when it comes to the real world. I will add on it after I explain each members story.SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: Taeyang ~ I Need a Girl (Dance Ver.) [MV] [ENG SUB]
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- BTS “I Need U” Music Video Review
- BTS theory — BTS complete theory: I NEED U
- I Need U (BTS song)
- BTS explain the meaning of "I NEED U" & debate which member has the sexiest brain
- BTS - I need u MV
- I Need U (MV)
- BTS “I NEED U” MV explained // Spoiler: We were in Jin’s mind all along
- BTS "i need you" meaning!
BTS “I Need U” Music Video Review
This song is beautiful. The composition of all of the singing parts is perfect. Everything about this song just pulls you in and refuses to let you go until the final second. The transitions are perfect. I could listen to this song on repeat for days.
This whole video focuses on each of the BTS members at their worst, as they struggle with pain, depression, and anger. While they may be fine when with their friends, each of the members are completely miserable and vulnerable when alone. This video is so moving, and it portrays the raw emotions of each member so well. Jungkook walks around alone at night, basically asking for trouble as he passes by a bunch of thugs without a care in the world. Where to even begin with the cinematography?
It is so beautiful and dramatic. There are moments in this video that just give me the chills, and at the same time, other moments that make me smile uncontrollably. In one moment, we see Suga and Jungkook cuddling in front of a fire, and in the next we get the image of Jimin submerging himself underwater. The most chilling moment for me: right after watching the boys run through the subway, the video flashes to a panning of Jin lying alone on his bed in a fetal position.
It is dramatic changes like this that make the meaning of the video so vivid: when they are together, they can be as happy and carefree as they want, but once they are alone and behind closed doors, their worlds come crashing down. The scenes that they chose to include portray these contrasting feelings perfectly. I absolutely love the scene of the members driving around in the car. They look so happy. As heavy and sad as this video is, I like that it ends on a happy and uplifting tone.
Rather than ending alone, the final image is of all of the members sleeping together by the fire. To make it even more impactful, in one of the final scenes, we see J-Hope dumping his pills into the fire.
It shows that even though each of them have these inner demons, as long as they are all together, they are okay. BTS suits the misfit profile perfectly in this video. The scenes with all of the boys together are perfect. I really like how they each have their own characters and personas, even in the outfits.
The story is about them at their lowest point, and the wardrobe reflects that. I cannot stand those schoolboy themed outfits from the live stages. Overall, I am just so impressed with this entire comeback. This is one special video. Every time I watch it I get emotional. I think one big reason why this video is making so many people so emotional is because it is so painfully relatable. Everyone has their struggles that only come out behind closed doors.
I think it touches K-pop fans in particular because we are all so happy and excited publically, but at the same time we hurt, and K-pop is what makes it feel better.
Seeing the members of BTS, the source of comfort for many of us, going through similar pains is touching in a way that is beyond words. Sidenote: I love the choreography for this song. Wanna talk K-pop? Follow me on Twitter mystification86! I agree completely. Like Like. Like Liked by 2 people. That actually makes a lot of sense now. Thanks for your comment!
So basically, the story of the music video, is that all of the members are at their worst moments in life. Jungkook is portrayed to be a homeless boy strolling around at night.
He then gets beaten up by the thugs, and is left crying in pain. Finally, Jungkook walks around after getting beaten up, and while he crosses a street, he gets hit by a car. When the customer he just served throws their money at him instead of giving it to him like a civilized person, Rap Monster decides to drop his cigarette onto the pile of money, lighting him and the gas station on fire.
He decides to run away for a bit, so that he can escape abuse from his father. He then comes home to find his father beating his mother. V grabs a bottle, breaks it, and stabs his dad in the stomach over and over again, so that he dies.
Suga holds a lighter in his hands, and turns it on and off, as if thinking about what to do with it. He grabs a large bottle of oil, and dumps it all over his room, and bed. He proceeds to light up the room, and stays inside, letting himself burn to death. Jimin is in the bathroom, sitting in a bathtub filled to the brim with water. He sinks into the water after burning pieces of paper, maybe pictures or documents that brought back bad or good memories. He stays in the water, and most likely drowns.
Finally, Jin. Jin also puts the lilies into a patch of sun in his room, maybe hoping to burn them so that he can suffocate, and die. After doing so, Jin curls up into a fetal-like position on his bed, maybe because his body is deprived of oxygen. It never shows the money that Rap Monster dropped his cigarette on lighting on fire.
And Jin pulled back the curtains in the room, and looked at the window, as if considering the choice of opening the window. But if they did die, in the parts of the music video where BTS was free and they were running around, they were all supposedly in heaven, where they could have a good time, and they could spend the rest of their lives together. Sorry for ranting! Like Liked by 1 person.
I like that you gave us this whole entire explanation AND then basically taking it all back because there can be so many meanings to their video. Like they said, fans can sometimes interpret things how they want. So any of our theories could be true. I just wish they would give us the actual meaning that they were going for!!! I think this whole video will be a lot clearer when Butterfly comes out.
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BTS theory — BTS complete theory: I NEED U
INU, original ver. The song starts with Suga. V gets up and puts his black hood on. But he also embodies here how helpless youth is against adulthood as a stage of life , predestined to be happening at some point by essence JungKook is being literally hit by adulthood and cannot do anything to stop it from happening.
This whole theory is about BTS and their music videos, short films, solos, lyrics. I do not own them. There are mentions of death, suicide etc. If you are uncomfortable with that, then I would not recommend reading this. Read BTS complete theory: Introduction first.
I Need U (BTS song)
This song is beautiful. The composition of all of the singing parts is perfect. Everything about this song just pulls you in and refuses to let you go until the final second. The transitions are perfect. I could listen to this song on repeat for days. This whole video focuses on each of the BTS members at their worst, as they struggle with pain, depression, and anger. While they may be fine when with their friends, each of the members are completely miserable and vulnerable when alone. This video is so moving, and it portrays the raw emotions of each member so well. Jungkook walks around alone at night, basically asking for trouble as he passes by a bunch of thugs without a care in the world. Where to even begin with the cinematography?
BTS explain the meaning of "I NEED U" & debate which member has the sexiest brain
The teaser for the Japanese version of the song was released in Japan on YouTube on November 21, It was directed by Yoojung Ko of Lumpens. Tamar Herman from Billboard praised how the song was a "milestone of sonic development" characterizing a "tonal shift for the act's musicality" towards "more of an ambient electronic-pop sound" from previously explored classically hip-hop -oriented singles. The Korean version of the song was not released as a separate single. The Japanese version of the track was released as an individual single and included two B-side songs that were also Japanese versions of songs from the original Korean EP.
BTS - I need u MV
I Need U (MV)
BTS “I NEED U” MV explained // Spoiler: We were in Jin’s mind all along
BTS "i need you" meaning!