fbpx

BTS named South Korea’s special presidential envoy for public diplomacy: BTS Announce “Permission to Dance” challenge on Youtube

bts butter billboard reord

President Moon Jae-In appointed South Korean boy band BTS as the country’s unique envoy for public international relations on Wednesday. The septet was given this title of being the country’s special presidential envoy and later they announced the “Permission to Dance” challenge on their official youtube channel. Read on to know more.

RELATED: Kris Wu Loses Endorsement Deals Amid Allegations of Sexual Misconduct in China: Rumored Ex Girlfriend Accuses Him Of Predatory Behavior

BTS : South Korea’s Special Presidential Envoy

BTS‘ ability of “special presidential envoy for future generations and culture,” the members of the organization plan to attend predominant global meetings, which includes the seventy fifth consultation of the United Nations General Assembly slated for September, Cheong Wa Dae spokesperson Park Kyung-Mee stated.

They will ship a message of consolation and hope for the youth around the world and others to be a part of the numerous activities on such problems concerning the environment, poverty, inequality and appreciate for diversity, she said.

BTS Launch “PERMISSION TO DANCE” Challenge

BTS wants people around the world to bounce on their latest song “Permission to Dance” as they have introduced a project on YouTube . Beginning Friday, fanatics across the globe can create a crisp youtube SHORTS from the mobile app, copying the dance movements from the band’s latest music video.

The dance actions for this challenge are the “International Sign” gestures that the septet made within the track video, bearing the signs means “joy”, “dance” and “peace”.

As part of the assignment, the 7-member boy band will highlight a number of their favoured shorts in a compilation video, so individuals are advocated to apply hashtags #permissiontodance and #shorts for his or her creations.

“Just as ‘Permission to Dance’ sends the message that you don’t have to ask anyone for permission to dance, we hope that we can bring people all over the world together to dance along with us, free of any limits or constraint. We are very excited to watch this challenge come to life on YouTube Shorts and can’t wait to see what you all create,” Shin Young Jae, General Manager of Bighit music, said.

ALSO READ ABOUT: BREAKING: BTS’ “Permission To Dance” banned in Seoul gyms, here’s why BTS’ latest English track is banned in South Korean Gyms

Scroll to Top