- BTS (@BTS_twt) celebrates their 7th anniversary on 13
- Twitter releases face emojis of the seven members that will
automatically generate with relevant hashtags on Twitter
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OutReach – 12 June 2020 – Global
superstars BTS (@BTS_twt) will be celebrating their 7th
anniversary on 13 June with a range of content expected to be released on
Twitter, titled #2020BTSFESTA. Twitter will add to the
festivities by launching BTS emojis.
The emojis will be automatically generated when people on Twitter
use hashtags related to the group or anniversary. Also, the emojis that will be
used for hashtags such as #BTS, #2020BTSFESTA, and #BTSARMY are designed in black to support the #BlackLivesMatter movement – a change in style
from the purple emojis and ‘7’ logo used for their last album release.
opportunity, BTS will become the first K-Pop group to receive their own face
emojis for each member of the team. The emojis are available in both Korean and
English hashtags from 13 June until 30 June, 2020 KST.
The list of hashtags that will generate BTS emojis:
Yeon Jeong Kim, Head of the Global Kpop & K-content Partnerships
at Twitter said, “Twitter is the best place for Kpop fans to see what’s
happening and participate in trending conversations. We are excited to
celebrate BTS’ 7th anniversary, and help ARMY interact with fellow fans as well
as BTS members through a special feature and improved experience.”
BTS has over 26.3 million followers on Twitter and communicates with
ARMY from all over the world on a daily basis.. When the band released their
highly-anticipated album, MAP OF THE SOUL
: 7 on 21 February 2020, 17 million Tweets related to BTS were generated
within 48 hours. Fans from all over the world were on Twitter to check out the #MAP_OF_THE_SOUL_7 conversations and #BTS updates.
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