Let’s get right to the point– Jin is under appreciated within BigHit Entertainment. (See this article for more information.) He’s been verbally insulted, neglected (by some fake ARMY), and they rarely give him enough screen time or lines in any of BTS’ songs or music videos. The occasional “ARMY,” will say he’s okay with this but he’s not. He’s constantly saying how he wishes for more lines and BigHit ignores him. We don’t have a direct method of contact with BigHit or BTS but we do have the next best thing– their Twitters. So a few friends and I decided to do the following:
Starting now through to the 30th of July we want all of the ARMY across the states (and anywhere else if this can get to them) to SPAM both@bts_bighitand @bts_tweet with the hashtag “#GiveJinMoreLines2k17” and the phrase “GIVE KIM SEOKJIN MORE LINES.” Whatever their most recent tweet is at the time that you happen to be on their page we ask that you please join us in spamming their replies with either our hashtag or phrase (or both).
A true ARMY will understand that we are doing this for Jin because we LOVE and SUPPORT him. Jin deserves so much more than *just* more lines but I think protesting this specifically is a good choice for a first step in the RIGHT direction.
*Note You can do this at WHATEVER TIME YOU’D LIKE and HOWEVER MANY TIMES YOU’D LIKE but we prefer it’s any time between 10:00am-12:00pmEDT (in Korea it would be 11:00pm-1:00am KST) This would make it so that our peaceful protest is most likely the first thing both BigHit and our boys will wake up to.
*Note We aren’t spamming @bts_tweet because we think that the boys are at fault but because we want them to be aware of what we are doing for Jin.
Please Reblog this as much as possible! Thank-you ♥
Meera led the way back up the hill, jabbing at the wights when they came near. The things could not be hurt, but they were slow and clumsy. “Hodor,” Hodor said with every step. “Hodor, hodor.” He wondered what Meera would think if he should suddenly tell her that he loved her. (ADWD, Bran II)
“The secrets of the old gods,” said Jojen Reed. […] “Truths the First Men knew, forgotten now in Winterfell … but not in the wet wild. We live closer to the green in our bogs and crannogs, and we remember. Earth and water, soil and stone, oaks and elms and willows, they were here before us all and will still remain when we are gone.” “So will you,” said Meera. That made Bran sad. What if I don’t want to remain when you are gone? he almost asked, but he swallowed the words unspoken. He was almost a man grown, and he did not want Meera to think he was some weepy babe. “Maybe you could be greenseers too,” he said instead. (ADWD, Bran III)
Meera began to cry. Bran hated being crippled then. “Don’t cry,” he said. He wanted to put his arms around her, hold her tight the way his mother used to hold him back at Winterfell when he’d hurt himself. She was right there, only a few feet from him, but so far out of reach it might have been a hundred leagues. (ADWD, Bran III)