According to the White House on May 26, BTS will attend an event held at the White House on May 31. At the event, BTS and President Joe Biden will discuss the recent aggravation of hate crimes and discrimination against Asians.
BTS attended the UN General Assembly three times, starting with their participation as a global youth representative and speaker at the 73rd UN General Assembly held at the United Nations Headquarters Trusteeship Council in New York in 2018.
In particular, BTS were appointed as the ‘Special Presidential Envoy for Future Generations and Culture’ last year and delivered a speech on the theme of Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) at a special event at the UN General Assembly.
The White House announced, “As a global youth representative, BTS, who has spread a message of hope and positivity to the world, will also talk about diversity and inclusion at this White House event.”
BigHit Music has confirmed that BTS will be leaving for the US soon to attend the White House event to Discuss Anti-Asian Hate Crimes and Celebrate AANHPI Heritage Month.
BigHit Music revealed “The White House conveyed their intentions to invite BTS through HYBE America, and we are currently coordinating specific schedules such as departure to the US”
Regarding their upcoming comeback on June 10, BigHit Music explained “Because work related to the album and promotions have been completed, BTS can go to meets US President to discuss Anti-Asian Hate Crimes.”
Meanwhile, BTS will release their new album ‘Proof‘ on June 10th at 1 PM. This album, which consists of a total of three CDs, is an anthology album that contains 9 years of activities since BTS debut.
The first CD is a music selection that covers all the title tracks of the BTS album. The second CD is filled with solo songs and unit songs of the seven members, and the third CD is filled with unreleased songs and demo version sound sources. The title song is ‘Yet To Come’.