The members of BTS are currently on their extended break from official activities. Following the announcement of their hiatus, the seven K-pop idols launched their respective personal accounts on Instagram.
The celebrities have since utilized their time to share updates on their new platforms. They have posted and uploaded various photos for their respective feeds.
For the group's leader, he seemingly centers his postings on his interests, like art. Recently, though, the South Korean rapper shared a snap of his bookshelf.
Koreaboo covered the matter and listed some of the books, which appeared to be in RM's collection.
Books That Are On RM's Collection
The publication said that the BTS idol is a known "avid reader." He reportedly constantly engages himself with "cultural works," which help him expand his perspectives.
In its recent report, it included five titles, which RM previously recommended, as well, to his fans and followers. On top of the list is the work of Ursula K. Le Guin titled, The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas.
Cho Nam Joo's Kim Jiyoung, Born 1982 and Hermann Hesse's Demian are also on the list.
Alongside these, The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupery and Jeanneret Chandigarh by Jacques Dworczak made the cut, as well.
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Some Other Book Recommendations From The BTS Leader
Buzzfeed also released a similar report last year. It named some of the other book recommendations that the BTS idol provided to his audience.
These include Humans Acts by Han Kang, The Stranger by Albert Camus, Please Look After Mother by Kyung Sook Shin, Kitchen by Banana Yoshimoto, and Almond by Won Pyung Sohn.
Some of the works of Franz Kafka, George Nakashima, and Haruki Murakami are reportedly on the BTS member's top picks, as well. In specifics, these are Metamorphosis, The Soul of a Tree: A Master Woodworker's Reflection, Norwegian Wood, and 1Q84, respectively, with the two latter books from the same author.
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