Artist-of-The-Year

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(131114) 2013 melon music awards ♡ ♡ ♡

SHINee ♡ winning artist of the year

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I look at Yoongi crying and think…

So this is what it must be like to reach something you worked so hard for.

This is what it must be like to want something so bad and finally achieve it.

From being mocked and looked down on..

From long nights of having little rest and little to eat..

Our Daegu boy has made it and he made it BIG!

Dreaming and hoping can result to this.

Passion and hard work can result to this.


© mine

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I can’t even begin to imagine the pain and hardships BTS have been through; from being told they would never make it to gruesome training hours. 

To Namjoon who was criticised for becoming an idol

To Seokjin who people thought couldn’t sing and was only there for his visuals

To Hoseok who desperately wanted his mother to be proud of him

To Jimin who was pressured to maintain a certain body type

To Taehyung who was regarded as strange by some people yet is the most loving person there is

To Jungkook who was so young when he debuted, who essentially gave up his chance to be a normal teenager

To Yoongi who suffered through mentally, emotionally and physically

You’ve all faced hardships but it has made you stronger. ARMYs will always be here for you. Thank you for everything and never forget we are bulletproof. <3

[ARTICLE] MONSTA X’s Japanese Debut Single Shows Outstanding Performance On Music Charts

MONSTA X’s Japanese debut single “Hero” is doing extremely well on Japan’s music charts!

“Hero” was released on May 17 and has taken No. 2 on Oricon’s weekly single chart. On Tower Records and Billboard Japan’s weekly charts from May 15 to May 21, the single rose to No. 1 and No. 2 respectively.

“Hero” is the only album from a foreign artist who debuted this year to make it into the top three of Oricon’s weekly charts. It contains the Japanese versions of “Hero” and “Stuck.”

MONSTA X joined with a new sub-label of Universal Music Japan titled Mercury Tokyo to produce their debut single. Mercury Tokyo was specially founded for MONSTA X’s Japanese debut and takes its name from the famous American label Mercury Records.

Meanwhile, MONSTA X will promote in Japan until late-May and begin their world tour in June, starting in Seoul. They will hold a fan meet event in Japan in August.

Source: Soompi