that interviewer asked the most important questions and talked about the most important characteristics of who bts are rather than the shallow superficial and stale topics the previous interviewers had the audacity to do. namjoon’s expressions were so surprised every time the interviewer mentioned something the others didn’t and that says a lot on the quality of interviews they’ve had ever since they’ve been in america. you could tell joon was so touched by someone who had the brains to actually do their job and have a meaningful talk with artists who are more than their favorite foods, celebrity crushes, and random questions that have nothing to do with their achievements. it’s amazing what happens when someone does their research and genuinely wants to know about this wonderful group of talented and admirable individuals because the result is something of value that adds to diverse conversations and shows exactly why bts is the kpop group breaking through america, and it’s an absolute joke that it’s taken this long
A lot of times Anne and other Queens & ladies of Renaissance Europe celebrated masquerades and pageants, dressing as godesses, nymphs, mermaids, gorgons and other mythological beasts... How did these outfits look? Would these costumes be very diferent from the usual court dresses?