Dropped from the World's Biggest Boyband

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In 2011, Kim Ji-hun was selected by Big Hit Entertainment to train with 30 other trainees for an upcoming K-pop group. This, then unnamed group would later become the global music phenomenon, BTS. Ji-hun shared a small dorm with 6 other trainees who went on to debut as members of BTS while his life took a different turn when he was eventually cut from the final line up. VICE meets Ji-hun as he shares his first hand experience of almost being in BTS and his life after that.

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