Google celebrates Army’s anniversary with BTS

BTS Army (specifically, the official announcement of its name). As Twitter celebrates its anniversary, Google released a new experiment in street view through its Arts.

The BTS x Street Galleries exhibition takes viewers on a virtual tour of the group's popular artwork.

Each member collects a virtual gallery with their selections posted in various public places that are well-recognizable to BTS fans.

J-Hope graced the UN General Assembly where BTS gave a speech and shot a music video last year; RM leads fans through Namdaemun in Seoul.

Some BTS members are known to be art fans (including leader RM, who recently mentioned his collection on the Art Basel podcast), but others have yet to make their preferences public.

While there are minor glitches here and there, the experience provides an interesting insight into each artist's artistic interest mixed with a healthy dose of personality.

V described the rowboat photo as "my kind of jam." "Everyone knows I'm pretty, like this burly Adonis," Jin wrote of Antonio Corradini's Adonis.

“I like taking pictures of clouds because each cloud is completely different from the other,” Jungkook commented, which according to Jungkook is the most one can do.


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