Listen: BTS' V Serenades Fans With Romantic Self-Composed Ballad 'Scenery'
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The song finds the South Korean heartthrob hoping to capture the heart of a woman whom he's in love with.

AceShowbiz - Following the heart-warming response from fans, V of BTS (Bangtan Boys) released his song entitled "Scenery" on Wednesday, January 30. The South Korean heartthrob wrote the lyrics, composed the song as well as took photo for the artwork, which found him posing in front of a wooden cabin during a snowy weather.

The song itself features a lovesick V, whose real name is Kim Taehyun, hoping to capture the heart of a woman whom he's in love with. Besides Korean lyrics, the song includes English verses as well on the chorus. "I still wonder, wonder beautiful story/ Still wonder, wonder best part," he sings over sweet, soulful piano melodies. "I still wander, wander next story/ I want to make you mine."

Fans are unsurprisingly overjoyed by its release, gushing over his sweet vocals and romantic lyrics in the comment section. "Too beautiful for my ears to comprehend," one comment read. An individual even admitted that she was crying while listening to the song, "His voice is so beautiful... It brought tears to my eyes when I heard this.."

"This is so beautiful Taehyung, keep it up, and thank you, we purple you," another wrote. "I'm falling in love with this beautiful song," one other enthused. "I will play on loop to help me sleep, his voice just too heavenly and angelic."

Showing support to their bandmate, Jimin and Jungkook each posted a video of them lip-syncing to the song. While the former chose to do it normally against a plain white wall as the backdrop, the youngest member of the group pretended to be emotional while mouthing the lyrics to the song, totally immersing himself in his performance.

"Scenery" marks the latest in string of the boys' self-composed tracks. Back in December, Jimin shared his own song, "Promise", which broke Drake's Soundcloud record for the most streams on the first day of the release. While "Promise" attracted a staggering 8.5 million plays, the Canadian rapper's "Duppy Freestyle" garnered 4.9 million streams within 24 hours last May.

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