Role Model Reflection Paper

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Reflection Role models, are people we admire the most and look up to. They can be, our grandparents, parents, sisters or brothers. Others may give you famous personalities, such as Audrey Hepburn, Princess Diana, Ophra and many more. Role models are people whose behavior, example, and/or success can be emulated by a younger person. But we also have circumstances wherein we hear older people having a younger person as his/her role model. But as an individual in our generation. What are the criteria we set ourselves to say that he/she/they can be our role model? Some people would probably base it on representation? Probably if you are a Latina Jennifer Lopez can be one of your role models. If you are an African American Ophra or even the former…show more content…
For me, they are Bangtan Sonyeondan or widely known as BTS, in this article I would not be introducing who they are in detailed. But BTS is a 7-member idol group in Korea who debuted on June 13, 2013. They are composed of RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook. At first, I was never fond of Kpop in general because, first I cannot understand their language, second when I tried watching a MV of one famous group in Korea I got dizzy because of the camerawork (but MVs can vary depending on the artists’ concept), and lastly, I was just never a pop song fan. I preferred a mellow, sentimental songs that would drown you to reflect on yourself. Now going back to the topic, why Bangtan? They are seven males, they are Koreans, they are singers, rappers and dancers. Everything that I am not. Nothing similar, nothing to represent, nothing. So what drawn me to them? First I will tell you the summary on how I discovered BTS. I was browsing on Youtube and I happen to see this reaction video reacting on one of the BTS practice video on their song I am not sure if it was Danger or Fire. But still did not became a fan I mean I recognized their music and their talent in dancing but I was really not just into Kpop then, until the
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