AceShowbiz - Earlier this month, Bangtan Boys a.k.a BTS released a track entitled "With Seoul", which is a part of their activities as the face of "I.SEOUL.U" campaign. The South Korean boyband has released the music video for the track.
The five-minute visuals opens with a girl, who just wakes up from her sleep, preparing to go out for the day. The scene then changes to show the girl enjoying the beauty of Seoul before viewers get to see BTS having fun while singing the song in a recording studio.
"Oh Seoul, I'm here always, ready to make you happy, just see/ Oh Seoul, I'm here for you with my ears, eyes and arms wide open," the boys sing over the catchy beat. "Don't forget, I have so much to give you, when the whole world seems to be against you/ I'll reciprocate everything, especially the trust you put in me."
The release of the track, which is written by Homme's Lee Hyun, caused the official Seoul tourism website to suffer a crash. The incident happened as many fans wanted to listen to the campaign song as soon as possible.
The marketing manager for the city of Seoul, Cho Kyung Ik, spoke up about the incident, explaining that "30,000 people from all around the world accessed the site at once." He continued, "It was indeed the works of God that BTS was selected as the honorary ambassadors for our campaign."
In other BTS-related news, the seven-piece boyband has reportedly moved into one of the most expensive apartments in South Korea. An insider told Sports Seoul that the boys moved into Hannam THE HILL in order to be able to "live somewhere more comfortable and quieter," adding that they "signed a contract for certain period. They signed the contract in November. It's a dorm everyone is satisfied with."