The Bangtan Boys, internationally known as BTS, gifts ARMYs worldwide with a new version of the newly-released music video of Life Goes On.

BTS goes intimate in the new version of Life Goes On music video

The fans of BTS, who call themselves ARMYs, are mesmerized by their idols in music releases that feel like never going to end. With that said, on Nov. 21, the world's most phenomenal K-pop group dropped a brand-new version of its newest single's music video—Life Goes On.

According to the K-pop dedicated news site, Soompi, BTS's new music video was shot in a single take. It was taken in a cozy bedroom, with all seven members, yes seven, comforting fans with the song's message.

The music video is called the On My Pillow version, with scenes different from the original music video. However, it can be seen that the home outfits worn by RM, Suga, J-hope, V, Jin, Jimin, and Jungkook in the original video are also worn by them in the new music video.

The pajamas and matching bedroom apparel add up to BTS's homey and intimate vibe in the music video. Undeniably, the viewers can feel the music video's calming and comforting atmosphere, as each member sings like they are caressing the listeners' heads to sleep.

Furthermore, according to NME, the bedroom where BTS shot the visual video is located in Seoul, South Korea. The directing credits go to the band's maknae, Jeon Jungkook, who also helmed the track's original music video and its teasers.

The achievements of BTS's new album BE, so far

Per AllkpopLife Goes On is the title track of the K-pop septet's newest Korean-language album entitled BE. The message of comfort amid difficult times makes the album one of a kind, leading to more fans' demand.

The demand makes BTS achieve gems, whether it be on Youtube or sales. With that said, the music video of Life Goes On finishes with 67.7 million views on Youtube, 24 hours since it was uploaded by Big Hit Labels' official Youtube channel. However, it still did not broke Dynamite's whopping record of 101.1 million views.

On the other hand, BE bagged over 2 million copies of sold albums in less than 24 hours since it was released on Nov. 20.

Meanwhile, BTS will showcase Life Goes On for the first time on Nov. 22 at the 2020 American Music Awards. The band will also perform its chart-topping hit song Dynamite.