BTS to Drop New Album on April 12 | Be Korea-savvy

Brenda Watkins
March 13, 2019

K-pop supergroup BTS will return to the music scene next month with a new album, the group's management agency said Tuesday.

Released in May 2018, Love Yourself: Tear turned out to be the first Korean-language album to top the Billboard 200 chart and thus creating a history never witnessed before. Before this, they released "Love Yourself: Tear" in May a year ago. Big Hit Entertainment confirmed the news of their comeback date as well as the title of their comeback album on their fancafe; BTS will be making their comeback on April 12th with their album "Map of the Soul: Persona". Per a press release, the album will be available for pre-order starting March 13. As the boys are still busy with their schedules and world/stadium tours, we are left with empty pockets and jaws to the ground as they keep coming when we least expect it.

BTS Announces New Album, 'Map of the Soul: Persona'

The news comes ahead of the band's Love Yourself: Speak Yourself world tour, which will kick off on May 5 in the United States and finish in Japan in July.

ARMY, the group's global fan club, has gone wild about the new album.

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