The current ongoing Korean Drama series, also available on Netflix, The King: Eternal Monarch is making some waves, having Lee Min Ho in the lead character.
The latest episode that has left the ARMY jubilant as it mentioned the K-pop sensation BTS.
Sorry, trying not to give any spoilers but yes this did happen!
As the drama is set in parallel universes, the other world does not have BTS and many others as well in the fictional kingdom of corea, but the prime minister of this country in the other world receives a Newspaper that leaves her perplexed.
As she opens the paper, several incidents from the Republic of Korea feature in the publication. The newspaper has the story of Donald Trump’s visit to North Korea, off course, Donald Trump doesn’t exist in the other world.
But it was the scene that left the BTS ARMY jumping with joy.
The headline that appeared reads, “BTS takes the world by storm,” with the article in detail saying, “BTS who makes the world’s heartbeat, charts on Billboard Main Album Chart for 10 consecutive weeks, fixed into the US Billboard Chart.. writing a new history of K-Pop”.
The ARMY was quick to take it to social media sharing the bit, “BTS TAKES WORLD BY STORM”.
Check out the reactions below:
I cannot believe Netflix never let me screenshot anything at all this whole time BUT IT ONLY WORKED WHEN I SCREENSHOT THIS, BTS APPEARED ON THE KING ETERNAL MONARCH ?????????? pic.twitter.com/eyJJsc576E— ً𝘴𝘢𝘣⁷ (@baeyondbts) May 9, 2020
OMG BTS on The King: Eternal Monarch. Helpsnhs BTS are literally everywhere skskssks pic.twitter.com/UijtvMA2uW— 𝑔𝑒𝓁 ⁷ | #1 Hot100 stan (@euphoriatay) May 9, 2020
OMG BTS WAS MENTIONED IN THE KING: ETERNAL MONARCH EP 8!!!! pic.twitter.com/M6Gvlmbca5— Kriti⁷𖧵 fan of BB Hot 100 #1 Artists🌈 (@namjesustaylord) May 9, 2020
I’ve been waiting for the BTS reference in The King: Eternal Monarch and we finally have it! 😆 pic.twitter.com/PmSNYjmGZC— Tori B⁷ (@xxtoritothemaxx) May 9, 2020
The King: Eternal Monarch, is a 2020 romantic fantasy South Korean television series, starring Lee Min-Ho, Kim Go-Eun, and Woo Do-Hwan.
Produced by Hwa&Dam Pictures and its parent company Studio Dragon, it premiered on SBS TV on April 17, 2020, being available on Netflix simultaneously.