Blue House spokesperson Park Kyung-mi said on the 21st that President Moon Jae-in appointed a special envoy to lead the global agenda for future generations, including sustainable growth, and to expand diplomatic power in line with Korea's elevated status in the international community.
Blue House said, "As a special envoy to the president, BTS will attend major international conferences, including the U.N. General Assembly in September, deliver messages of comfort and hope to young people around the world, and conduct various activities to promote international cooperation."
BTS will attend major international conferences, including the 75th U.N. General Assembly, in September to convey a message of comfort and hope to young people around the world. It also plans to carry out various activities to promote international cooperation to solve global challenges, such as improving the environment, poverty, and inequality, and respecting diversity.
Blue House said yesterday that the message of consolation, choreography, and coexistence and harmony of various races in the lyrics of BTS' new song "Permission to Dance," which topped the Billboard main single chart, coincided with South Korea's commitment to overcome the coronavirus crisis with the world.
BTS's song topped the chart again following "Butter," which has topped the chart for the past seven weeks, and it is the 14th time that a singer has topped the single chart one after another, following the Beatles and Justin Bieber.