BTS’ RM Displays Resilience and Dedication on ‘Come Back to Me’ Music Video Set

Reported by Siddhi Tripathi

Director-writer Lee Sung-jin recently opened up about working with BTS leader RM (Kim Namjoon) on the music video for “Come Back to Me.” In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Sung-jin shared a story that highlighted RM’s professionalism and resilience.

During the first take of the very first scene, RM accidentally hit his head on the camera, resulting in a significant gash above his eye. Sung-jin humorously recalled his initial panic, fearing he had injured a “national treasure.” However, RM’s response was impressive. He went to the hospital, got stitched up, and returned to the set the same day to continue filming.

Sung-jin praised RM’s work ethic, noting that despite being a global superstar, RM was willing to rehearse, take direction, and put in long hours. The director admired RM’s commitment, recalling how he always sought to improve each take.

The music video shoot took place over three days in Paju, near the North Korean border. RM’s dedication shone through, as he balanced his artistic vision with Sung-jin’s direction to create the best possible outcome.

Come Back to Me” is a pre-release track from RM’s upcoming second solo album, “Right Place, Wrong Person,” set to release on May 24. The album features 11 tracks that delve into universal emotions and the feeling of not belonging, promising to resonate with listeners worldwide.

This glimpse into RM’s behind-the-scenes experience underscores his remarkable dedication and resilience, further solidifying his status as a beloved artist and leader.

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