BTS’s Jin Continues The Group’s Message Of Inclusivity Through The Small Details In His Track “The Astronaut”

Did you notice them?

Since debuting in 2013, BTS has always been praised for their approaches to music videos. No matter the song, they always put their heart and souls into creating music for fans worldwide. In particular, they have constantly gained attention for encouraging diversity and inclusivity in their music videos.

Recently, Jin has been praised for the small details in his new music video that promotes inclusivity.

BTS’s Jin | @jin/Instagram

When the video was released, ARMYs couldn’t hide their tears at such a beautiful song which was accompanied by a video with one of the most heartwarming narratives.

“The Astronaut” music video | HYBE LABELS/YouTube

| HYBE LABELS/YouTube 

Throughout the video, fans also noticed so many touching references that only ARMYs would understand.

In particular, ARMYs noticed that during the video, Jin had a tattoo on his neck. On closer look, they realized that it was actually braille and spelled out “ARMY.”

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The braille reads “ARMY” | HYBE LABELS/YouTube

Many also noticed that when Jin was doing the crossword, the black spaces were also using braille and spelled out “FOR ARMY.”

The black spaces are also braille | HYBE LABELS/YouTube

When netizens noticed the use of braille in the video, they couldn’t hide their emotions. As always, BTS ensure that they include details to make everyone feel included and represented.

The reason why it has been praised so much is the continuous efforts by BTS to ensure they represent everyone in their music videos. Back in July 2021, BTS released the music video for their song “Permission To Dance.”

Fans noticed in the music video was that the members incorporated both Korean (KSL) and international (ASL) sign language into their choreography. The group’s record label later confirmed that this was the case, and the members were using sign language for the words “fun,” “dance,” and “peace.”

Sign language was used in BTS’s “Permission To Dance” music video | HYBE LABELS/YouTube

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Even more recently, BTS were praised for their “Yet To Come” music video collaboration with Hyundai. Throughout the video, people from different countries and backgrounds were shown.

“The Astronaut” is truly a beautiful song, and it’s the small details that have really touched the hearts of ARMYs worldwide. You can read more about BTS promoting inclusivity and diversity with music videos below.

BTS’s “Yet To Come” Music Video Collaboration With Hyundai Is Being Praised For Celebrating Diversity

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