BTS’ RM taps ‘Beef’ director, ‘Pachinko’ star Kim Minha for new music video

BTS member RM has enlisted an all-star cast and crew for the upcoming music video of his new single, ‘Come Back to Me’.

Today (May 6), BTS’ RM dropped new posters for his next single, ‘Come Back to Me’, which will appear on his upcoming second solo album, ‘Right Place, Wrong Person’. The song and music video drops this Friday (May 10), while the record will be out on May 24 at 1pm KST.

According to the posters for ‘Come Back to Me’, the song’s music video will be directed by Lee Sung-jin, best known for his work on the Emmy-winning 2023 Netflix series Beef. The clip will also star the BTS member, alongside Kim Minha of Pachinko fame.

In addition, the poster also credits Oh Hyuk of South Korean band Hyukoh as the producer of ‘Come Back to Me’. Other notable credits on the song include JNKYRD and San Yawn of Balming Tiger, Kuo of Sunset Rollercoaster and RM himself.


‘Right Place, Wrong Person’ will mark RM’s first new music release since he enlisted into the South Korean military for mandatory two years of service in December 2023. His last release was his solo debut album, ‘Indigo’, which dropped in December 2022.

The project will also be the latest release from a member of BTS, all of whom are currently serving their mandatory military service. Last month, J-hope dropped his six-track record ‘Hope On The Street’, while V released the English single ‘Fri(end)s’ in March.