The septet opened “Global Citizen Live,” a 24-hour concert featuring dozens of leading artists from around the world, with a prerecorded performance filmed the night outside of Sungnye Gate, National Treasure No. 1 from South Korea.
“Welcome to Seoul, Korea!” the group said in unison before starting the show.
The seven members, dressed in matching tones of orange, blue and white, danced and sang on a stage set outside the gate as colorful beams of light illuminated the stone wall behind them and flashed to the beat. music.
Towards the end, a group of 40 masked dancers joined the group for the sign language portion of the choreography which expresses words such as pleasure, dance and peace.
“The scene was shot to show the world the beauty of Sungnye Gate in all its glory,” BTS label Big Hit Music said. “The stage layout and floor design also used traditional Korean motifs.”
The K-pop group was the only artist to join the show, which was broadcast live from Seoul.
In addition to “Permission to Dance,” the group performed their single “Butter” atop the Billboard under the Doorway Roof, on its Steps, and in the generally busy streets surrounding the Doorway.
The concert was hosted by Global Citizen, a New York-based organization founded in 2008, as part of its campaign to end COVID-19, end poverty and protect the planet.
The current broadcast features performances on six different continents by more than 70 artists, including Ed Sheeran, Elton John, Jennifer Lopez and Billie Eilish, as well as appearances by world leaders and celebrities, such as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. (Yonhap)