BTS have been having a major global moment as of late, with appearances all over American TV, international news outlets, and not to mention their iconic speech at the United Nations this week.
They’ve put K-pop in the headlines everywhere, and for more than some crazy dance moves. They’re currently being dubbed ‘the biggest boyband in the world‘, and it’s safe to say they’re rocking the Hallyu Wave.
The latest in their international stardom will be coming to UK screens – the boys will be appearing on The Graham Norton Show. This will be the first performance by a South Korean music act on the show.
BTS will be performing ‘Idol‘ on the show on Friday, October 12th on BBC 1 from 10:35pm to 11:20pm. They’ll be on the show alongside big names such as Whoopi Goldberg, Jamie Dornan (Fifty Shades, The Fall), Rosamund Pike (Gone Girl) and singer/actor Harry Connick Jr.
The show will also be available on BBC iPlayer after broadcast. But if that’s not good enough to satisfy your Bangtan needs, you can even apply to be in the audience! Fans 18 years and over have the opportunity to apply via SRO Audiences, here.
BTS are set to rock two sold out shows at the O2 Arena, London on October 9th and 10th.