It's good. It's a difficult position BTS are in right now, through the course of their career it's at this point they've worked themselves into a position of privilege where they can challenge the industry for real change to the benefit of all idols.
They have no obligation to speak on these things, but Suga did anyway and hopefully people can understand change or development in area's like this will benefit all idols.
I've been thinking about a thread with this exact same subject matter.
We always fight about "paving the way". Armys use it, other fandoms reject it, and an argument ensues.
But what if i said that fighting over charts and sales is hollow, that "paving the way" shouldnt even be about bragging rights and similar useless things.
What if we all strive for a better definition of "paving the way"? What if we all agree that BTS can truly pave the way if they make things better for the next generation of idols?
Imagine a world where BTS leads the way in fighting for the rights of idols and trainees. Imagine if they initiated and jumpstarted a conversation about real reforms in the idol industry. Imagine if BTS used their clout, leverage, and the respect they have earned from Koreans to truly change the way idols are treated by labels throughout the industry?
Another interesting question that i've been thinking about is BTS paving the way by openly dating and challenging long held notions about this delicate subject. Maybe BTS, who have earned their status as leaders in the Kpop industry, could finally break the stigma attached to idol dating.
If BTS actually used the clout they have to do things like this, to make the quality of life better for their juniors and the trainees who look up to them as role models, even i would be compelled to declare that they have "paved the way". And if you know anything about me, this would be a HUGE admission lol.