Here’s Why Working With BTS Was Very Different To What Former BigHit Producer ADORA Initially Expected

“I initially thought they could be scary…”

When it comes to K-Pop, BIGHIT MUSIC has some of the most well-known producers in the industry. Alongside producers like Pdogg or Slow Rabbit, one that has always caught the attention of fans is ADORA (also known as Park Soo Hyun).

In particular, she has been a favorite among members of the BTS fandom, ARMY, because of her involvement in hit songs, namely “Spring Day” and Suga’s “Seesaw.”

ADORA | @adora_official_aura/Instagram

ADORA recently appeared on Studio Moon Night with MAMAMOO‘s Moonbyul, where the two badass idols discussed everything from her solo career, her plans for the future, and of course, BTS!

(left to right) msftz, MAMAMOO’s Moonbyul, and ADORA | @kr_now/ Twitter

In particular, during one of the segments, Moonbyul asked ADORA about what kind of musicians the BTS members are and what it was like working with them at BigHit.

As expected, ADORA had nothing but praise for the seven members and explained, “I was thankful and honored to receive an opportunity.” She started working with the group in 2016 but explained that even before she met them, she was always impressed with their music.

In 2016, BTS were already growing in popularity, so it wasn’t surprising that ADORA revealed that she was daunted at the prospect and had preconceptions of what it would be like. Luckily, it couldn’t have been further from the truth, and it was an amazing experience for her.

I initially thought they could be a little scary. But they all have such a keen ambition for music. In fact, I learned more from them.


When the clip was shared on social media, fans couldn’t get enough of how much ADORA seemed to praise the members but also how talented she is as a musician.

Yet, it isn’t the first time ADORA has spoken so kindly and warmly of the members. In November, ADORA made her debut as a solo artist and revealed in an interview the songs that she wrote for the group that meant the most to her, which were “Spring Day,” “Wings,” and “Not Today.”

Those three songs are the same as the beginning for composer ADORA, so I personally feel most affectionate.


Hopefully, ADORA and BTS will have the chance to collaborate in the future because it would definitely be an epic track!

You can learn more about ADORA below.

Meet ADORA: The Former Big Hit Producer Who’s About To Make Her Solo Debut

Source: @BunnyR2