Tomorrow X Together: who they are, members and interview
Everything is born from the exceptional quality of its products, but it is also thanks to those behind it, part of a perfectly coordinated system to bring the Korean culture on an international level. Big Hit Music, the subsidiary sheltered by the huge HYBE, is the entertainment company behind Lee Hyun and the aforementioned bts and it is, in turn, the house that presents Tomorrow x Together (either txtas they are usually abbreviated) a new group of the call kpop that seems to want to follow a rule that is seen as a tradition: that of creating boybands that fulfill the task of bringing South Korea to the ears of the world.
The group formed by yeonjun, Soobin, Beomgyu, taehyun Y hueningkai less than five years together and yet they have become one of the new korean sensations up and down the stages, one that can boast (as every idol of generation Z would), of being 2nd most watched Korean group on TikTokonly behind btsits sister group.
‘Time passed in the twinkling of an eye. I can’t believe it’s already been over four years since we debuted. I think we would all agree that we grew a lot as a group and as individuals,’ says Soobin about the few years in which they have achieved great things like a total sold out tour of the United States in 2022 or being considered by Billboard as one of the best musical projects of the same year. ‘Throughout these years’, Yeonjun complements, ‘we have focused especially on finding and defining who we are as artists. I would sum it up as a ‘growth’ journey.
Despite his short existence, his discography speaks of that growth and makes it palpable. Suffice it to say that they have produced close to ten studio recordings to understand it. In all of them you can hear references to many types of music, all condensed into that particular sound. what makes the kpop something really successful. Hence, they can boast of being the first and only k pop band to appear at the Lollapalooza Festival in Chicago, an experience that is no small thing and that has left them with valuable lessons. ‘It was a great honor to perform at a major music festival in the United States for the first time. I was really surprised to see so many of our fans! I was very touched when everyone sang the Korean lyrics, I felt a real connection with the audience at that moment,’ Taehyun says. ‘I was also very surprised by the loud applause. I especially loved how the audience placed the sign L when we perform, which is part of our choreography for LO$ER = LOVER’, recalls Hueningkai.