BTS (BTS) will attend the 76th UN General Assembly as a "special presidential envoy for future generations and culture."

BTS will also give speeches and performances on behalf of the youth and future generations at the opening session of the "Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Moment," a special event at the UN General Assembly, at 9 p.m. on the 20th (8 a.m. U.S. It is broadcast in real time on the UN official YouTube channel, UN Web TV official site, and UN Twitter.

Above all, this is the third time BTS has spoken at the UN General Assembly. At the 73rd UN General Assembly in September 2018, RM, a leader, attended the UNICEF's youth agenda "Generation Unlimited" announcement event and delivered a message to the younger generation, saying, "Let's love ourselves and speak out."

In September last year, he was a special speaker at the 75th U.N. General Assembly's high-level meeting of the U.N. Health and Security Friendship Bureau Group held online and said to future generations struggling with the pandemic situation. I sent a message of support saying, "Life goes on. Let's live on."

In addition, not only fans around the world but also the UN welcomed the news of BTS's attendance at the third UN General Assembly. The UN introduced BTS as a "Korean superstar, a friend of the UN" on its official SNS, and said the event also includes BTS's performance. Not only the UN but also the Korean government, including the Blue House and the Foreign Ministry, announced BTS's attendance at the UN General Assembly.

As BTS participates as a "special presidential envoy for future generations and culture," he speaks out for future generations on behalf of young people living in this era at the UN General Assembly.

In addition, after the speech at the UN General Assembly, BTS will share its thoughts on overcoming the pandemic, a major agenda of the UN General Assembly, and communicating with future generations through an interview with ABC in the U.S.