Bang Si-hyuk’s words of encouragement for “BTS’ brother group” TXT

TOMORROW X TOGETHER (TXT) expressed their gratitude to HYBE’s general producer Bang Si-hyuk.

At 3 p.m. on May 9th, a showcase was held at Yes24 Live Hall in Gwangjang-dong, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul to commemorate the release of TXT’s fourth mini-album “minisode 2: Thursday’s Child.”

TXT‘s fourth mini-album “minisode 2: Thursday’s Child” contains a total of five tracks that deeply portray various forms of emotion that appear after a breakup.


The title song this time, “Good Boy Gone Bad,” is a song about a good boy being engulfed in feelings of anger and loss after his first love, which seemed to last forever, was broken. The song is a hardcore hip-hop genre mixing with the sound of rock to depict the dark feelings of a boy who went through his first breakup with an intuitive and impactful melody.


As TXT decided to show a dark image through this album, they are worried. On the same day, Yeon-jun said, “We were nervous and worried ahead of this album. At that time, producer Bang Si-hyuk said to us, “You don’t have to worry, I think you can do well.” We were very encouraged. We were able to cheer up and work harder after that,” revealing the behind-the-scenes story.

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There was also support from Lee Hyun, a senior from their agency. Tae-hyun recalled, “I happened to meet Lee Hyun while exercising and sang a song for him. His advice cheered me up so much. He said ‘I think it will work out so well.'”

TOMORROW X TOGETHER (TXT), which debuted in 2019, received a lot of attention as a junior group of the same agency as BTS. Since then, all of their song are all widely loved, especially abroad, which gives them the nickname “the trustworthy TOMORROW X TOGETHER.”


TOMORROW X TOGETHER‘s fourth mini-album “minisode 2: Thursday’s Child,” which returned in a different way this time, will be released worldwide at 6 p.m. on the same day.

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