BTS Jimin set a new record amid controversy over not paying health insurance premiums on time
The achievement that Jimin has is thanks to the soundtrack song of “Our Blues”.
At 10 pm on April 24, the OST of “Our Blues” – With You by Jimin (BTS) featuring Ha Sungwoon (former Hot Shot/Wanna One member) was officially released and quickly reached the top 1 on iTunes in 100 countries after about 4 hours of release.
The previous record was held by BTS’s Dynamite, but this track took about 8 hours to reach that milestone. Currently, the video for the song has also surpassed 3.5 million views on YouTube and reached the top 4 trending in the US.
With You is introduced as a song about the desire to be with the people you love. The harmony between acoustic guitar and piano brings a warm atmosphere. In particular, Jimin‘s sweet voice and Ha Sung Woon‘s seductive voice created a heart-fluttering harmony.
Before that, Jimin‘s return with the debut soundtrack song for Our Blues caused a stir on social networks. Keywords related to Jimin BTS dominate Korean Melon and Twitter search trends.
The hashtags #Gimst_Meet_at 11PM_Meet, #We_Waiting_JiminOST and the keywords Jimin OST, our Jimin… show fans’ anticipation and excitement with Jimin’s first time releasing a TV series soundtrack.
It is known that Our Blues is a story about the lives of different people with many ups and downs on the beautiful Jeju sea. The film has the appearance of many famous actors such as Lee Byunghun, Shin Minah, Cha Seungwon, Han Jimin, Kim Woobin…
This achievement came to Jimin when he was entangled in a scandal. Earlier, Biz Korea reported that the National Health Insurance Corporation had foreclosed on Jimin’s 244.35 square meter apartment worth 5.9 billion won in Nine One Hannam due to a delay in paying health insurance.
After the news was posted, Big Hit said it was the company’s fault, saying: “A mistake occurred in the process of receiving the mail that arrived at our artists’ dormitories and delivering it to the artist themselves, some mail was excluded due to the company’s negligence. Jimin was unaware (of his unpaid health insurance premiums).”