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BTS’ RM Breaks Boundaries with Star-Studded ‘Come Back to Me’ Music Video

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The interesting behind-the-scenes story continues in the music video for the song “Come Back to Me.” The music video, a collaboration between RM from K-POP boy group BTS and Director Lee Sung Jin of Angry Men, continues to gain a lot of attention. This time, Director Park Chan Wook appears in the scene.

On the 10th, RM released his new song “Come Back to Me” and its music video. This video, directed and written by Lee Sung Jin, who gained recognition this year for winning Golden Globe and Emmy awards for the original Netflix series Angry Men, has attracted much attention.

The ‘”Come Back to Me” music video was enhanced by the participation of key production staff from the Korean film industry, including Director Lee Sung Jin. Art Director Ryu Seong Hee of Assassination, The Handmaiden, and Decision to Leave, and Cinematographer Kim Woo Hyung of Late Autumn and 1987 were among the contributors. RM took the lead role in the music video, starring with actress Kim Min Ha.

The resulting “Come Back to Me” music video features RM passing through several doors, encountering different versions of himself. It depicts a journey of self-discovery, where the image he wants to project intersects with how others perceive him.

The music video, as seen through RM’s perspective, features not only Kim Min Ha but also Lee Sang Hee, Kang Gil Woo, and Hollywood actor Joseph Lee, each dramatically portraying their respective situations.

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RM surprised fans once again by posting behind-the-scenes photos shortly after the release of the music video. The most eye-catching figure is none other than Director Park Chan Wook. RM has always claimed to be a fan of Director Park in the past, and the two have become close friends.

Continuing with this, Director Park visited the set of RM’s music video shoot, where he met with his long-time film partner, Director Ryu Seong Hee, and Director Lee Sung Jin, the creator who is currently attracting the most attention in Hollywood with Angry Men.

Other intriguing moments include RM and Kim Min Ha having a serious discussion about their opinions during the shooting and Joseph Lee and RM filming a party scene together.

RM’s solo activities, which began with “Come Back to Me,” will expand with the release of his second solo album Right Place, Wrong Person on the 24th. The album includes “Come Back to Me” among its 11 tracks, through which RM unfolds various stories about his perspectives on the theme of right and wrong.

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