15 Books Recommended by BTS


BTS inspire lots of people around the world every day, but have you ever wondered what inspires BTS themselves? It’s a fact that each of the seven band members has their own source of inspiration, which changes over time or depends on mood. Whether it’s an aesthetically beautiful photo, an inspiring message from a friend, music by other artists, or a good book.

Of course, we will not be able to put a wide range of inspiring resources into one article, so we just want to show you, our dear readers, a small list of books marked by BTS:

  1. Kang Han – “Human Acts”
  2. Leo Buscaglia – “Live, Love and Learn”
  3. Kim Soohyun – “I Decided to Live Being Myself”
  4. Kim Shinhwe – “I’m Glad You Lived Like BonoBono”
  5. Yu Shimin – “How to Live”
  6. Douglas Adams – “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy”
  7. Haruki Murakami – “1Q84”
  8. Haruki Murakami – “Kafka on the Shore”
  9. Haruki Murakami – “Norwegian Wood”
  10. Haruki Murakami – “Killing Commendatore”
  11. Sohn Wonpyung – “Almond”
  12. Baek Sehee – “I Want to Die but I Want to Eat Tteokbokki”
  13. Elisabeth Kübler-Ross – “Life Lessons: Two Experts on Death and Dying Teach Us About the Mysteries of Life and Living”
  14. Elaine Aron – “The Highly Sensitive Person: How to Thrive When the World Overwhelms You”
  15. Mitch Albom – “Tuesdays with Morrie: An Old Man, a Young Man, and Life’s Greatest Lesson”

Most books are essays or books aimed at introspection, but every book is worth reading.

Alice © KJCpop.com

I am interested in modern Asian and especially Korean mass culture as a social and cultural phenomenon. I watch K-dramas, because it's interesting for me. Likewise, I watch the work and life of Asian idols and actors. English is not my native language, so when translating articles, I strive to improve my language skills, and I will be glad if you point out mistakes to make my further work for you better.

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