BTS becomes first K-pop group to speak at UN General Assembly
President Moon is not the only one representing South Korea at the UN General Assembly... K-Pop superstars, B-T-S also made an appearance to support a UNICEF youth initiative.
The leader of the seven-member boyband, Kim Nam-joon, better known by fans as "RM," delivered a speech on UNICEF's global partnership program called "Generation Unlimited."
The initiative aims to create opportunities for young people between 10 and 24 years old.
BTS also put on a short performance in front of dignitaries,... including South Korea's First Lady.
The group worked with the UN last year,… joining up with the Korean Committee for UNICEF to release a song called 'Love Myself'.
Proceeds from that tune -- which raised over one million dollars -- was donated to UNICEF.