Stanning BTS: BTS at the United Nations General Assembly

Plus, discussing the Bangtan Boys' new roles as Presidential Envoy for Future Generations and Culture

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BTS at the UNGA, photo by BigHit Music

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    In this week’s episode, Kayla and Bethany recap BTS’ speeches and performance for the SDG moment at the 76th United Nations General Assembly, and BTS’ recent appointment as the Presidential Envoy for Future Generations and Culture by South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in.


    Stanning BTS is a biweekly podcast about anything and everything BTS and ARMY. In each episode, hosts Kayla and Bethany find just the right balance between research and fangirl. They dive deep into lyrics during album reviews, theorize over music videos, and sometimes (like this week) even retell a favorite fanfic. Really, no BTS topic is off limits. Join the iconic ARMY to fan-out, laugh, and learn a little bit along the way.

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