RM unveiling ‘Come Back to Me’ music video helmed by ‘Beef’ director Lee Sung-jin


BTS' RM is dropping the music video for "Come Back to Me," a track from his new solo album slated for release later this month.

Key points:

  • The pre-release track will arrive on May 10, along with its music video helmed by Emmy-winning "Beef" director Lee Sung-jin.

  • The song comes ahead of his new solo album, “Right Place, Wrong Person,” which will drop on May 24.

  • “Right Place, Wrong Person,” which consists of 11 tracks, will be RM's first solo album since "Indigo" in December 2022.

The details:

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  • "Come Back to Me" delves into themes of right and wrong, reflecting the main theme of RM's upcoming album, label Big Hit Music said in its announcement.

  • Lee Sung-jin, known for helming “Beef,” directed the music video. The hit Netflix series won eight awards at the 75th Emmys in January, including best director for Lee.

  • Joining RM in the music video is actor Kim Min-ha, who gained international recognition for her role in the Apple TV+ series "Pachinko."

  • RM filmed music videos for nearly half of his 11-track album before commencing his military service in December. All able-bodied South Korean men aged 18 to 35 are required to serve for 18 to 21 months.

  • All six other BTS members are also serving in the military, with Jin set to complete first on June 12. They are expected to regroup in 2025.


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