BTS: RM drops music video of 'Come Back To Me', fans call it 'cinematic masterpiece'

10 May,2024 11:05 AM IST |  Mumbai  |  mid-day online correspondent

BTS: RM aka Kim Namjoon dropped the music video of `Come Back To Me` and ARMY cannot stop praising his act and the technical brilliance of the mv

Kim Namjoon

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BTS member RM has released his new single titled 'Come Back To Me'. The music video comes before his full-length project 'Right Place, Wrong Person'. The music video of 'Come Back To Me' is nearly seven minutes long and the video is framed like a short film. The video has been directed by Lee Sung Jin, creator of Netflix show 'BEEF'. The music video co-stars South Korean actress Kim Minha, who recently gained international recognition for her role in the Apple TV+ series Pachinko.

RM recorded and prepared 'Right Place, Wrong Person' before leaving for his mandatory time in the South Korean military. The complete album will be released on May 24.

As soon as the music video of 'Come Back To Me' was dropped, ARMY took to social media to shower love on the video. Fans began dissecting every frame of the music video and shared their interpretation of the song. Fans also lauded Namjoon's performance in the music video and soon after started trending 'actor Kim Namjoon' on social media.

Take a look at the reactions:

RM's next album:

The album comprises 11 tracks that capture universal emotions. As per reports, the album falls within the alternative genre, boasting a rich sound coupled with frank, honest lyrics. It will be released on May 24, 1 pm (KST).

The production designer for ‘Come Back to Me' is Ryu Seong-hie. She is known for her work on ‘Memories of Murder', ‘The Host', ‘Mother', ‘Oldboy', and ‘The Handmaiden' among others. The music video is helmed by Lee Sung Jin, best known for directing and writing the Netflix series ‘Beef'.

BTS comprising RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook took some time off as a group in 2022 to focus on their solo projects. Explaining the reason behind this big change, RM said, "My team was on my hands until 'Dynamite' but I feel that I have lost the control from 'Butter' and 'Permission To Dance', What we talk about and what message we deliver is very important for the song, but it seems like that we've lost it."

"As a human being, I have pretty changed from 10 years ago. I should have grown and become mature by having my own time and thinking myself a lot, but busy schedules of BTS have made me not to be mature for 10 years," he added.

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