RM Saying ‘Sorry To Bother You’ at His Own Concert Proves Just How Sweet This BTS Member Is

As the unofficial translator for BTS, RM usually is the one who talks to international ARMYs in English, including concerts. During one live show, this rapper politely asked the audience a favor, even though he was performing at his own concert. 

Here’s what we know about this BTS idol and one adorable moment during the Love Yourself world tour.

RM of music group, BTS, performs on stage during the 63rd Annual GRAMMY Awards
RM of music group, BTS, performs on stage during the 63rd Annual GRAMMY Awards | Theo Wargo/Getty Images for The Recording Academy

RM performed on stage with the K-pop group BTS

He’s the rapper behind “Intro: Persona” and “Love.” He’s also one of the songwriters behind BTS songs like “Boy With Luv” and “Life Goes On,” performing live in stadiums worldwide. During one BTS stadium concert, the artist asked fans to raise their lights back into the air. 

“I’m sorry, I’m sorry to bother you, but can you put your lighters [up] one more time,” RM asked the crowd during the video clip, motioning for them to raise their ARMY bombs. Some fans took to social media, noticing how polite this rapper is even at his own concert. 

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RM often acts as the unofficial translator for BTS

Thanks to the sitcom Friends, RM became one BTS member fluent in English, often acting as a translator for the rest of the boy band while they’re overseas. Most of the BTS members speak and understand English, especially in recent years. 

During an interview with Time Magazine in 2019, the idols shared that the youngest member, Jungkook, spent the most time learning English. During a 2020 interview with James Corden, though, fans shared their love for J-Hope, who also improved.

“As we’re staying in the United States, Namjoon speaks in English for all of us,” J-Hope said during a V Live broadcast, according to the Business Times. “So, to lessen his burden, I try to help him. I’m just trying hard to help him.”

In 2020, this K-pop group also released their first song written and performed entirely in English. That was “Dynamite,” a “disco-pop” track that earned BTS their first Grammy nomination and Billboard No. 1 hit on the Hot 100.

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BTS’ ‘Map of the Soul’ world tour had been postponed due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic

RM and the other BTS members performed along with the Love Yourself world tour, making stops in North America, Europe, and Asia. This boy band planned to embark on their Map of the Soul tour in 2020. 

However, it has been postponed due to safety concerns amidst the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. In the meantime, these artists performed on MTV’s Unplugged segment and the 2021 Grammy Awards.

The “Dynamite” music video is now available on YouTube. Music by BTS, including their recently released album, Map of the Soul: 7, is available for streaming on Spotify, Apple Music, and most major platforms.