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Regarding Haegeum, both song and music video, I've read everything everyone has written about it so far.

The haegeum is a traditional Korean instrument, used to play a song of sorrow typically. It's sound is very unique to it, in my opinion it's the only instrument I've ever heard that sounds like it is whining in pain. From what I understand the haegeum is used to mourn loss of life.

The lyrics of the song are sneaky, because he raps about it being open to interpretation and we can interpret it however we want, but is also sending a very clear message at the same time.

I couldn't find when the lyrics were actually written, if it was during the lockdown in 2020 or more recent. That matters because I'm trying to get a sense of whether this is a set of lyrics he thought if a few years ago or very recently. In other words, was he thinking of suicide during the lockdown, or recently? Cause that's all I hear when I listen to Haegeum.

There's this eerie peacefulness that people go through when they've decided they want to die and will go through with it. That's the way this song sounds, he's basically letting go of everything, like nothing bothers him anymore. Like he knows what his situation is and that there's only one way out, and he's accepted it.
 

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Regarding Haegeum, both song and music video, I've read everything everyone has written about it so far.

The haegeum is a traditional Korean instrument, used to play a song of sorrow typically. It's sound is very unique to it, in my opinion it's the only instrument I've ever heard that sounds like it is whining in pain. From what I understand the haegeum is used to mourn loss of life.

The lyrics of the song are sneaky, because he raps about it being open to interpretation and we can interpret it however we want, but is also sending a very clear message at the same time.

I couldn't find when the lyrics were actually written, if it was during the lockdown in 2020 or more recent. That matters because I'm trying to get a sense of whether this is a set of lyrics he thought if a few years ago or very recently. In other words, was he thinking of suicide during the lockdown, or recently? Cause that's all I hear when I listen to Haegeum.

There's this eerie peacefulness that people go through when they've decided they want to die and will go through with it. That's the way this song sounds, he's basically letting go of everything, like nothing bothers him anymore. Like he knows what his situation is and that there's only one way out, and he's accepted it.
I hope the song isn’t about him having suicide ideations. It is heartbreaking to even speculate about it.
 

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Regarding Haegeum, both song and music video, I've read everything everyone has written about it so far.

The haegeum is a traditional Korean instrument, used to play a song of sorrow typically. It's sound is very unique to it, in my opinion it's the only instrument I've ever heard that sounds like it is whining in pain. From what I understand the haegeum is used to mourn loss of life.

The lyrics of the song are sneaky, because he raps about it being open to interpretation and we can interpret it however we want, but is also sending a very clear message at the same time.

I couldn't find when the lyrics were actually written, if it was during the lockdown in 2020 or more recent. That matters because I'm trying to get a sense of whether this is a set of lyrics he thought if a few years ago or very recently. In other words, was he thinking of suicide during the lockdown, or recently? Cause that's all I hear when I listen to Haegeum.

There's this eerie peacefulness that people go through when they've decided they want to die and will go through with it. That's the way this song sounds, he's basically letting go of everything, like nothing bothers him anymore. Like he knows what his situation is and that there's only one way out, and he's accepted it.
his mv has this current theme of him killing his other self

I remember his other video "Daechiwita" that has a similar storyline

I guesss it couble be described as him kiling his "idol persona"
or maybe the oposite....his idol persona killing his real self

one thing for sure, he sees himself as 2 separate humans
 

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his mv has this current theme of him killing his other self

I remember his other video "Daechiwita" that has a similar storyline

I guesss it couble be described as him kiling his "idol persona"
or maybe the oposite....his idol persona killing his real self

one thing for sure, he sees himself as 2 separate humans
Sometimes i think these concepts are Exactly like stupid fiction we make ourselves when we won't sleep. Or who knows he took inspiration from Wattpad world. But msg in vedio is clear bad over good
 

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Yeah. How can they can't get special treatment. I heard jin was promoted within few days of joining and in recent news he was placed to escort minister to u.s or whatever. I mean it is really shame who do hardwork. Wherever they go they will be spoonfed
Yes but idols in general have a special treatments respect to others, at the military
 

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This is a real story, my friend said me this, we can see how additive they are to kids

So my friend was passing and saw a mother and kid , kid looked like her age was around 8 and suddenly went stationary shop and asked for btees exam pad and to my shock the exam pad was their which is very rare bcz no one knows who they are but now it is spreading fast. The girl bought the exam pad and she literally hugged the pad so tightly while walking.

My friend said this is going beyond crazy. How can 8 yrs old know them and want to buy their merch
 

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They are all hypocrites they say this stuff in their songs to sound cool or as these type of people are called in the west """woke""". Do not be fooled by their words. Bt$ are the biggest supporters of capitalism. They say they don't care about money or fame but then they release 12363883 type of merch every year and """encourage""" ratmys to mass buy albums for them. They are actors and fans fall for their lies.
 

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Sometimes i think these concepts are Exactly like stupid fiction we make ourselves when we won't sleep. Or who knows he took inspiration from Wattpad world. But msg in vedio is clear bad over good
Yeah, it really does sound like the crazy stories we make in our dreams. The storyline of this one is literally YG tricking cop!AGSTD by committing a crime then luring him in and killing him in the end. It's so cheesy.

I still can't get over tiny YG jumping on the dude in the beginning and stabbing him with the bluntest of chopsticks and getting zero blood on himself. The attention to detail is lacking.

I was also expecting a much more violent video than it turned out to be, lol.
 
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