BTS, also known as Bangtan Boys or Beyond The Scene, has swept various music charts after the release of "Love Yourself: Her" on Monday. The new album marked their fifth extended play that is comprised of nine songs and two additional hidden tracks that are only available on the physical album.

The seven-member boy group simultaneously revealed the official music video for their lead single, "DNA," where the idols performed an over-the-top and intense choreography. In fact, it took them three days to complete the filming of the music video.

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"BTS’ music videos always have intense choreography, but it was even more difficult to learn all the dance moves before the shoot," J-Hope told Entertainment Tonight. "Everyone was great in learning the choreography, although there were many different moves we had to perform for the video."

He even commended his co-members Jungkook and Jimin for doing a great job in learning the choreography. When asked about their collaboration with Andrew Taggart of The Chainsmokers, Rap Monster said the EDM duo reached out to them after their meeting at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards last May.

It can be recalled that the K-pop idol group graced the awarding ceremony held in Las Vegas to compete against Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, Ariana Grande, and Shawn Mendes for the Top Social Artist award.

Since winning the BBMAs recognition, several artists have shown interest in BTS and K-pop music.

"The duo sent us several tracks after we returned home from BBMAs and we selected a couple of tracks to work together. "Best of Me" was the best for our new album in many ways so we decided to write lyrics and finish it together," Rap Monster explained.

He added that both parties were satisfied with the output of their collaborative process. The BTS leader even praised Andrew Taggart for his passion for music and thought they should work together again in the future.

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The BTS members were also asked about their dream collaborator, in which Jungkook named Justin Bieber as the artist he would like to work with if given the chance.

He specifically pointed out the Canadian singer's voice quality and his ability to collaborate with some of the biggest names in the music scene as the reasons why he considered him their next big dream collaborator.

Suga, on the other hand, is more open to working with anyone who shares the same passion for music as BTS. He added that he is willing to collaborate with artists who will blend well with their music.

The K-pop boy group also promised to meet their fans in the United States soon before they revealed their plan to hold a world tour concert in 2018.