A Look Back at the School Trilogy Era
During this period, the members of BTS were busy with a variety of activities as they worked to establish themselves as a group and connect with their fans.
One of the most notable accomplishments during the School Trilogy era was the release of BTS’s debut single album, “2 Cool 4 Skool,” in June 2013. The album featured the title track “No More Dream,” which helped to introduce the group to a wider audience. They also released their first music video for the song.
Throughout the rest of 2013 and into early 2014, BTS participated in various TV shows and events, including “Rookie King: Channel Bangtan,” a reality show that followed the group as they completed challenges and showcased their talents. They also made appearances on music shows and at fan meetings.
In February 2014, BTS released their second mini album, “Skool Luv Affair.” The album featured the popular title track “Boy In Luv,” which helped to solidify the group’s place in the K-pop industry. The music video for the song showcased the members’ impressive choreography skills, which has since become a signature part of their performances.
During the School Trilogy era, BTS also held their first solo concert series, called “2014 BTS Live Trilogy – Episode II: The Red Bullet,” which took place in several cities throughout South Korea. This was a major milestone for the group, as it demonstrated their growing popularity and ability to draw large crowds.