namtiddies - 2 months ago
It's an amazing repackage album; some of the great bops from Love Yourself: Her and Love Yourself: Tear, as well as solo tracks like Trivia: Love, Trivia: Just Dance, Trivia: Seesaw, and Answer: Love Myself. It's honestly a great album to shuffle play during the summer, or whenever. It's very pretty with its holographic theme of the album's outer portions, and it comes with a QR code for purchasing the album (download the free app Weverse Shop to redeem these points from scanning the code that gives you money + *note* that it isn't much money per each album purchased (like $0.15-0.20 per QR code/per album)), these cute head stickers of the boys, the usual the Notes, the audition information (colorful square paper), 2 beautiful CDs (A & B version with different songs, shown on tracklist), the photobook, and a random PC based on the version received. It does not come with a poster, but if you're genuinely interested in purchasing the poster there are eBay sellers who sell these posters for $4-5. The beauty of the journey of discovering love, the process of believing love was destiny to only come across that it wasn't true, falling into a pit of insecurity and changing yourself to please the one you love because you feel imperfect, to grow out of that toxic mentality to understand your priority should be yourself before others, Love Yourself: Answer is the answer. Beyond the beautiful promoting message that was being spread here, the hard work the boys had done, suffering for us, back to back performances and promotions, and struggling not only physically but mentality so much to the extent that as revealed in Mama 2018 in Hong Kong by Seokjin, they were considering ending it all because of the extent they suffered as human beings attempting to be higher than what they were to please us and be their best selves. To have this album, it really allows one to self-reflect on their current lives and question if what they are doing in life makes them happy, do they put on a mask to be someone that they aren't in order to be the pretty lie for others to eat up? I'm really grateful for BTS to be existent in a time period like now when everything seems to be fated to doom and hate seems more accepted than love, this provided hope and positivity during times of oppression, hatred, and prejudices.