BTS’ ‘Permission to Dance’ makes it to the political discussion between the US and South Korea | K-pop Movie News

Not just the music industry or social media, but the world-famous K-pop band BTS is now also gaining popularity in the political realm. While flying high with the success of their albums and attaining popularity, now world leaders seem to be following BTS’s latest track.

On July 22 during a meeting between South Korea’s president, Moon Jae In, and U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman at the Cheong Wa Dae, BTS’ hit music video ‘Permission To Dance’ got a special mention.

According to the sources, President Moon Jae In requested that Sherman play a proactive role in the resumption of talks between Washington and Pyongyang.

Surprisingly, Sherman, referring to the latest hit ‘Permission to Dance’ by BTS and remarked that South Korea and the U.S have long been allies and have kept excellent ties for a good time now, so they don’t need to give ‘permission’ to each other.

Seems like BTS is becoming the bridge between the U.S and South Korea.

The famous K-pop band BTS featuring members mainly, V, Jungkook, Jimin, Jin, Suga, RM, and J-Hope are wonderfully achieving heights with their recent groovy tracks ‘Butter,’ and ‘Permission to Dance.’ Their latest blockbuster MV ‘Permission to Dance’ has broken Katy Perry’s 11-year Billboard record.

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