BTS performs ‘Permission to Dance’ at UN General Assembly; UNICEF and raised US$2.98 million globally

BTS PRESENCE AT UNICEF

World-renowned K-pop band BTS assumed control over the UN General Assembly lobby and grounds outside with a presentation of their tune Permission to Dance on Monday. Three years after last going to a United Nations General Assembly, the gathering got back to New York to go to the current year’s meeting as the exceptional official agent for people in the future and culture. The seven individuals from the South Korean melodic demonstration went with their President Moon Jae-in, who presented them as the “artist generally cherished by the world’, toward the finish of his speech.

He then, at that point gave over the Dias to the seven individuals – RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook – who each alternated to convey their messages. Gathering pioneer RM (Kim Namjoon) taking centre stage, started in Korean, “It is an honour to be here today, where BTS has been delegated as Special Presidential Envoy for The Republic of Korea. We’re here today to share the tales of a group of people yet to come. Before we came here, we asked the youngsters in their teenagers and 20s all throughout the planet about their beyond two years and about the world they wind up in today.”

Message by BTS at UNICEF

Their messages addressed different points – from environmental change to immunization against Covid-19. “Some of you heard the news that we’re going to the UN and a great deal of you were puzzling over whether we have been inoculated. What’s more, I’ll make a move to say indeed, each of the seven of us, obviously, we got inoculations. The immunization was only a kind of pass to meeting our fans are sitting tight for ourselves and to having the option to remain here before you today,” said J-Hope, genuine name Jung Ho-seok.

Their speech was trailed by a pre-recorded presentation of their most recent melody, Permission to Dance, which in itself is a message of energy and expecting a finish to the pandemic. “Consent to Dance is our message of welcome that we need to impart to everybody today,” RM finished up, as the exhibition started. Beginning with the UNGA lobby and moving to the grounds outside, the seven individuals played out their third English single.

Tweet by UNICEF on BTS 

The UNICEF tweeted, “Today, BTS got back to #UNGA to share an incredible message on environment activity, COVID-19 antibodies, and the significance of dealing with ourselves and our networks. Much thanks to you, @BTS_twt for the moving the age of youngsters. Together, we can make a superior world. #BTSLoveMyself.”

BTS AND UNICEF 

BTS began their Love Myself crusade with the UNICEF in 2017, and that was the subject of their first discourse at the UN, which RM had conveyed in English. This time the musicians each alternated to talk in Korean, which was interpreted constantly to serve everybody.

K-pop hotshots BTS, who have been delegated as ‘Unique Presidential Envoy for Future Generations and Culture’, conveyed an amazing and moving discourse at the 76th United Nations General Assembly. The band, including RM, V, Jimin, Jin, JungKook, J-Hope and SUGA shared their musings about the Covid-19 emergency, the requirement for sure fire environment activity, accounts of the adolescent and their expectation for a more promising time to come.

They likewise referenced the significance of getting vaccinated and closed the speech on a cheerful note, “We figure the day we can meet again up close and personal isn’t far away. We accept that each decision we make is the start of progress. We trust that in this early new world we would all be able to say to one another, ‘Welcome!'”

BTS performance at UNICEF 

The musical performance saw the band singing in the General Assembly Hall, and then moving to the lobby. BTS came out individually through seven doors to the plaza where they continued to show off their dance moves dripping in bright energy. The epic performance capped off with the band doing the “International Sign” gestures for “Joy,” “Dance,” and “Peace” alongside dancers on the North Lawn.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS : 

  1. Is BTS still with UNICEF?
     

    ANS:
    SEOUL/NEW YORK, 5 March 2021 – Grammy-nominated group BTS, together with its label Big Hit Entertainment (Big Hit), has renewed its commitment to UNICEF to help end violence and neglect, and promote children and young people’s self-esteem and well-being, in a video released today.
     
  2. Is BTS ambassador UNICEF?
     


    ANS:
    BTS has been appointed as the ‘Special Presidential Envoy for Future Generations and Culture‘ by the President of South Korea Moon Jae In. … BTS has attended the UN General Assembly twice before due to their association with the anti-violence campaign with UNICEF.

  3. Why did BTS partner up with UNICEF?
     


    ANS:
    BTS started working on the campaign in early 2017, together with their label Big Hit Entertainment and hoped to help with their social influence in action. In November, BTS and the Korean Committee for UNICEF announced their partnership, supporting both their Love Myself campaign and UNICEF’s #ENDviolence campaign.

  4. What is the belief that BTS’s love myself campaign with UNICEF was built on?
     
    ANS: true love first begins with loving myself
    “Last November, BTS launched the “Love Myself” campaign with UNICEF, building on our belief that “true love first begins with loving myself.” We have been partnering with UNICEF’s #ENDviolence program to protect children and young people all over the world from violence.
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