This Fan-Made ‘Study With BTS’ Video Could Be Your New Study Buddy

What's more motivating than "studying" with seven Grammy-nominated superstars?
by Mylene Mendoza   |  Mar 5, 2021
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Aminin natin, there have been several instances where we find it exra hard to focus on getting work done, especially since the online setup for classes has begun. Now that we follow our own schedule at home, we sometimes get distracted with ~a lot~ of other things. So if you're desperate to stay committed to your study sessions (and if you just so happen to be a huge BTS stan), this fan-edited video might be the kind of content worth putting on.

Ever imagined K-pop idols studying just like you? YouTube user [N2BING] put together clips of BTS members from their previous livestreams on VLIVE and YouTube to make it seem like the seven membersRM, Jin, Suga, j-hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook—are on a Zoom study session with you. The video, which is 3 hours and 51 minutes long, is divided into several timestamps to follow the Pomodoro technique. There are four 50-minute segments with clips of BTS members looking like they're working on something, too, to keep you company while you get your own work accomplished. To make it more effective, the video also has calming piano music, rain sounds, and even iPad pencil sound effects playing in the background.

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There are also certain parts with added dialogue between the members to make it seem like they're talking to each other (and you!). If it gets extra difficult to sit down and gradually tick off things on your to-do list, just put this video on and think that, if seven Grammy-nominated worldwide superstars can do it, then so can you.

Check out the video here:


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