The highly anticipated Korean drama Our Blues’ got released over the weekend, replacing the series ‘ twenty-five twenty one’. What made the series so popular even before its release, is when the makers announced how boy band BTS’s vocalist, Park Jimin, would be lending his great voice for one of the OST of the show. This was perhaps, for the first time, that the 26-year-old singer has sung for an OST, since his debut in the year 2013. While excited fans were curious to listen to his OST, other BTS fans, who happened to watch the show on Friday, were taken aback watching the show.
In one of the scenes, fans spotted how various other BTS members were referred, to their surprise. Spoilers ahead, if you haven’t watched the show already. So in the scene where Han-su reveals to Lee Yeong-ok about her past school days memory, it can be seen how Eun-hi gets attracted by Hansu, specifically in that scene, where a bunch of boys on the bus tease her for carrying a pig to the school. It was then, that Han-su yells back at the boys for their comments, thus impressing Eun-hi.
Nothing makes this scene more special, than when ARMYs found out how the bunch of boys from the bus were named after BTS members J-hope, Suga, Jungkook and V’s real-life names. Several fans noticed how the school boys’ uniforms had the names Jeon Jungkook, Kim Taehyung, Jung Hoseok and Min yoongi pinned.
“In the k-drama “Our Blues” the student characters were named as park Jimin, Kim Tae Hyung, jeon jungkook, min yoongi and jung hoseok” wrote one happy fan on her Twitter handle. “in the drama “OUR BLUES ” the first episode has students seen in it and the students name are JEON JUNGKOOK, MIN YOONGI, KIM TAEHYUNG and JUNG HOSEOK they literally bringing the Bangtan ig????” wrote another.
Last month, YamYam Entertainment released an official statement saying, “Jimin will be participating as an OST singer for tvN’s new Saturday-Sunday drama ‘Our Blues.’ Since world-class group BTS’s Jimin will be joining us, we will energize the drama with a masterpiece OST song that harmonizes well with the flow of the story,”