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42 BTS Trivia Questions

Attention, ARMY! 

Get ready to put your BTS knowledge to the test with these trivia questions that will separate the casual fans from the true aficionados. 

As one of the biggest and most influential K-Pop groups in the world, BTS has captured the hearts of millions with their chart-topping hits, electrifying performances, and inspiring messages.

Whether you’ve been following BTS since their debut or recently joined the ARMY, this trivia challenge promises to be a fun and exhilarating ride through the group’s remarkable journey.

Let’s begin. 

BTS Trivia Questions

  1. Before their official debut, BTS was featured in works of another artist under Big Hit Entertainment. Can you name the artist and the song?

  2. BTS made their first U.S. television debut performing at a major award show. Which award show was it, and in what year?

  3. What is the exact date (day, month, year) BTS’s Twitter account was created, marking their first social media presence?

  4. BTS has a series of albums under the “Love Yourself” era. Can you list them in order of their release, including the repackaged versions?

  5. In which city and venue did BTS have their debut performance?

  6. RM changed his stage name from Rap Monster to RM in what year, and what was the primary reason behind the change?

  7. What was the original name intended for BTS before they debuted under the name Bangtan Sonyeondan?

  8. Which BTS music video first achieved 100 million views on YouTube, and how long did it take to reach this milestone?

  9. BTS’s “Map of the Soul: Persona” album was inspired by a book. Name the book and its author.

  10. BTS has a member who initially auditioned for Big Hit Entertainment as a rapper but later debuted as a vocalist. Who is he?

  11. Which BTS member is known for his love of photography and has shared his work under a specific pseudonym? What is the pseudonym?

  12. BTS embarked on their first world tour in 2014. What was the name of this tour?

  13. In what year did BTS speak at the United Nations for the first time, and what was the main theme of their speech?

  14. BTS’s song “Spring Day” holds significant records on various music charts. What is the unique achievement of “Spring Day” on the Melon Music Chart as of 2023?

  15. Which BTS album was the first to be certified Gold by the RIAA in the United States?

  16. BTS has collaborated with several international artists. Name the artist and song that marked BTS’s first collaboration with a Western artist.

  17. What is the name of the BTS song that is dedicated to their fans, and in which album can it be found?

  18. BTS performed in Saudi Arabia as part of their world tour. In what year did this historic concert take place, and why was it significant?

  19. Who among the BTS members has a degree in Broadcasting and Entertainment from Global Cyber University, and later pursued further studies at Hanyang Cyber University?

  20. BTS’s “Dynamite” achieved a historic milestone on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. What was this achievement and when did it happen?

  21. BTS is known for addressing mental health issues in their music. Which album is particularly noted for its focus on mental health themes?

  22. The “Bangtan Universe” is a complex narrative that spans across many of BTS’s music videos, short films, and webtoons. What is the name of the webtoon associated with this universe?

  23. BTS has been known to include literature and psychological concepts in their album concepts and music videos. For the “Wings” album, they drew inspiration from a specific novel. What is the novel and who is the author?

  24. Each BTS member has a symbol associated with them for the “Map of the Soul: Persona” era. What are RM’s and Suga’s symbols?

  25. BTS’s “Mic Drop” remix was a collaboration with a famous American DJ and a rapper. Name them both.

  26. In what year and for which album did BTS win their first Daesang (Grand Prize) at the Melon Music Awards?

  27. BTS’s “Blood Sweat & Tears” music video is filled with artistic references. Which famous painting is recreated in the video?

  28. Which BTS member released a solo mixtape titled “Agust D,” and what is the significance behind the name?

  29. BTS has a well-known performance that included a traditional Korean fan dance. During which award show and in what year did this performance take place?

  30. The BTS Universe, or BU, tells a complex story across various media. In which music video did the BU officially begin?

  31. BTS has been involved in various campaigns for social good. Name the UNICEF campaign they partnered with and its main objective.
  32. What is the title of BTS’s first Japanese studio album?

  33. BTS’s song “IDOL” features a distinctive South African dance style in its choreography. What is the name of this dance style?

  34. Which BTS music video was the first to surpass one billion views on YouTube, and in what year did it achieve this milestone?

  35. BTS has a song that samples a piece of classical music by Debussy. Name the song and the Debussy piece it samples.

  36. In what year did BTS launch their “Love Myself” campaign with UNICEF, and what was its primary focus?

  37. Before gaining international fame, BTS participated in a reality show that showcased their life and struggles as trainees. What was the name of this show?

  38. Each BTS member has an alter ego or character in the BT21 universe. Name the character created by RM.

  39. What is the name of the first BTS song to win a music show award, and on which show did it win?

  40. BTS’s “Map of the Soul: 7” album includes a solo song by Jungkook that showcases his love for boxing. What is the title of this song?

  41. Which city did BTS choose to host their “Permission to Dance On Stage” online concert in 2021, and why was this location significant?

  42. BTS performed a cover of a classic Korean rock song at their 2015 MBC Gayo Daejejun appearance. What was the song and the original artist?

Answers

  1. Jo Kwon, “Animal” (Rap Monster, now known as RM, featured in the song).

  2. The American Music Awards (AMAs) in 2017.

  3. June 13, 2013.

  4. “Love Yourself: Her,” “Love Yourself: Tear,” “Love Yourself: Answer” (in chronological order).

  5. M! Countdown in Seoul, South Korea.

  6. 2017; RM stated the change reflected a broader meaning of “Real Me.”

  7. “Big Kids” or “Young Nation” were considered before settling on Bangtan Sonyeondan.

  8. “Dope” was the first to hit 100 million views, achieving the milestone approximately one year after its release.

  9. “Jung’s Map of the Soul” by Murray Stein.

  10. Jungkook.

  11. V; pseudonym is Vante.

  12. “2014 BTS Live Trilogy Episode II: The Red Bullet.”

  13. 2018; the theme was “Speak Yourself” promoting self-confidence and self-expression.

  14. “Spring Day” is famously known as the “Queen of K-Pop” for its longevity, remaining in the Top 100 for several years since its release in 2017.

  15. “Love Yourself: Her.”

  16. Steve Aoki for the song “MIC Drop (Steve Aoki Remix).”

  17. “Magic Shop” on the album “Love Yourself: Tear.”

  18. 2019; it was significant as it was the first time a foreign act performed a solo stadium concert in Saudi Arabia.

  19. Jin.

  20. “Dynamite” became the first song by a Korean act to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in August 2020.

  21. “The Most Beautiful Moment in Life, Part 2.”

  22. “Save Me.”

  23. “Demian” by Hermann Hesse.

  24. RM’s symbol is a door, representing leadership and new beginnings; Suga’s symbol is a piano, reflecting his musical talent and emotional depth.

  25. DJ Steve Aoki and rapper Desiigner.

  26. 2016; “The Most Beautiful Moment in Life: Young Forever.”

  27. “The Fall of the Rebel Angels” by Pieter Bruegel the Elder.

  28. Suga; “Agust D” is a reverse of “DT Suga,” which stands for Daegu Town Suga, his hometown and stage name.

  29. 2018 Melon Music Awards (MMA).

  30. “I Need U” is considered the start of the BU.

  31. “Love Myself” campaign; its main objective is to end violence against children and teenagers around the world, ensuring a safe and supportive environment for them.

  32. “Wake Up” (2014).

  33. Gwara Gwara.

  34. “DNA” in 2020.

  35. “Serendipity” samples Debussy’s “Clair de Lune.”

  36. 2017; its focus is on promoting self-love and ending violence against children and teens.

  37. “American Hustle Life.”

  38. Koya.

  39. “I Need U,” and it won on “The Show” in May 2015.

  40. “My Time.”

  41. Seoul; it was significant as it was a nod to their home country and allowed global fans to connect virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

  42. “Come Back Home” originally by Seo Taiji and Boys.
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