by BTS

Album: Map of the Soul: Persona (2019)


  • "HOME" is dedicated to BTS' fans. It talks about how ARMY (BTS' official fanbase) is the home where the group takes refuge when they are tired and lonely.

    It's comfortable even as you say nothing
    With you, anywhere will be my home
    You know I want that
    (English translation)

    BTS' global fanbase makes them feel safe and comfortable no matter where they are.
  • J-Hope explained the sentiment of "HOME" during a global press conference.

    "The song talks about the 'home,' which is where the fans are and where our hearts are, where we want to come back to when things are hard and we feel lonely. We get strength from the people who love us and wait for us, and we come back to them so that we can return their love with even greater love."
  • The lyrics, "big house, big cars, big rings," is a reference to BTS' 2013 debut song "No More Dream" where they sang, "I wanna big house, big cars, and big rings."


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