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RM gives a shout out to Chris Martin on trip to Switzerland – Billboard

RM embarks on a trip to Switzerland in his latest vlog, giving a shout-out to Coldplay frontman Chris Martin in the process.

After showing ARMY how he packed his luggage for the trip, the BTS leader’s first stop was the city of Basel. “I’m going to Art Basel. I’ll definitely have fun… I think a lot of people might be curious why I’m in Switzerland in the first place. That’s to partake of a giant stein of hamburgers, fries, and beer.” Tells the camera in Korean after going out. “It’s the best art fair in the world. It also has the longest history, so it has a history and culture… so I took the time to come here for this, because I love art.” (English translation courtesy of YouTube.)

At Art Basel, the K-pop idol explored several art installations, showing fans the various halls of the convention center filled with large-scale exhibitions, interactive artwork and other pieces from around the world. He also found an artistic ping pong table in the shape of the BTS logo and later visited Foundation Baylor, where he admired pieces by Mondrian and Jenny Holzer.

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The next day, RM takes a train to the Rhine, Germany to visit the Vitra Design Museum, where he is in a chair designed by a furniture artist who shares a name with his “My Universe” colleague. . “I have breaking news for you guys,” he says to the camera. “Coldplay’s Chris Martin made a chair and it’s on display at the Vitra Design Museum. If you see this Chris, call me. You’re awesome.”

While RM was touring the art capitals of Europe, his bandmate J-Hope released his first solo album. Jack in the Box, The project landed at number 17 on the Billboard 200 (dated July 30), leaving RM as the only member of BTS who has yet to officially go solo.

Check out RM’s full vlog from Switzerland below.

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Reference from www.billboard.com

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