BTS RM "Will you leave the credits roll"... ‘ㅠㅠ (Credit Roll)’ music video released
BTS RM "Will you leave the credits roll"... ‘ㅠㅠ (Credit Roll)’ music video released
RM of BTS released the final music video of his 2nd solo album.

On the 10th, RM released the music video for 'ㅠㅠ (Credit Roll)', a song from his 2nd solo album 'Right Place, Wrong Person', on the Hive Labels YouTube channel. 'ㅠㅠ (Credit Roll)' is a song that sits right before the last track of the album, like the ending credits that roll up at the end of a movie, and asks the listener whether it will remain here forever.

This music video was directed with the lyrics “When the credits roll / Do you stay inside or go off to life?” (When the credits roll, do you leave or do you stay in your seat?).

In the video, RM does his best to sing and various staff members come and go busily for him. However, the public does not pay attention to the TV screen where RM's image is broadcast and only focuses on sharing their own stories. There is a strange feeling of emptiness as they focus only on their own work without looking around. The music video for 'ㅠㅠ (Credit Roll)', which metaphorically expresses the song's message, leaves a deep impression as it is the content that concludes the promotion of this album. The experimental attempt to produce a music video for a short track of about 1 minute and 20 seconds in total also stands out.

RM released his new album 'Right Place, Wrong Person' containing a total of 11 songs on the 24th of last month. RM includes the title song 'LOST!', the b-side songs 'Come back to me', 'Groin', 'Domodachi (feat. Little Simz)', A total of 5 music videos including 'ㅠㅠ (Credit Roll)' and a live clip of 'Nuts' were released. He put a lot of effort into this album, including producing video content for 6 of the 11 tracks.

RM's new album received favorable reviews such as "a beautiful and interesting work of art" (NME), "RM's wondrous solo journey continues" (, and "a fun introduction for those who do not know Namjoon Kim" (Hypebeast), making him a solo artist. It was praised for establishing RM's expanded music world.

Lee Min-kyung, Ten Asia Reporter translated by google