BTS Expected To Speak About #LoveMyself Campaign At The UN General Assembly

BTS Expected To Speak About #LoveMyself Campaign At The UN General Assembly

BTS Expected To Speak About #LoveMyself Campaign At The UN General Assembly

According to UN sources, BTS will be attending the launch of UNICEF (United Nations Children's Fund)'s "Generation Unlimited" partnership that will take place on September 24 at 12 p.m. local time at the UN Headquarters in NY, a day before the general debate will begin.

We might be used to seeing them on stage singing, but K-Pop stars BTS are getting ready for a slightly different audience.

BTS is reportedly attending the ' 73rd General Assembly of the United Nations'. The campaign, which was launched in October 2017, aims to empower youth around the world and also advocates for children's rights. The Korean artists are expected to speak about UNICEF's #LoveMysef and #EndViolence campaigns.

BTS has been promoting the advocacy to end violence against the youth for the past two years.

When BTS celebrated their fifth anniversary last June, Fore congratulated and thanked them for raising over US$1 million for the campaign. BTS has been working with UNICEF with numerous donations, which come from some of the income from the sales of physical albums of the "Love Yourself" series, donations of income from the sales of official goods for the LOVE MYSELF campaign, and more. The messages in their songs alone, inform and encourage young people to stay true to who they are, think critically about society, and most importantly, to love themselves no matter what.

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World leaders on Tuesday will begin six days of high-level debate at the General Assembly during which the new thaw in relations on the Korean peninsula will be a top agenda item.

In attendance will be diplomats and leaders including South Korean first lady Kim Jung-sook.

BTS is also set to appear in The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon on September 25.

BTS are now in North America for their Love Yourself world tour.

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