K-pop megastars BTS have taken part in NPR's Tiny Desk (Home) Concert series to perform three tracks with a live band.
BTS have finally recorded a Tiny Desk (Home) Concert, with NPR revealing they've been trying to book BTS to play the series for years.
The group finally found some time during the coronavirus pandemic, and performed three tracks for NPR's quarantine concert series, recorded at VINYL & PLASTIC By Hyundai Card in their hometown of Seoul, South Korea.
BTS open their concert with their first full English song "Dynamite", which also marks their first single to reach number one on the US' Billboard Hot 100 chart. It's also the first time the group have performed "Dynamite" with their live band.
The group also perform 2016's "Save ME" and 2017's "Spring Day".
Last month BTS shared a new collaborative track with Hyundai titled "Ioniq: I’m On It" to relaunch Hyundai's Ioniq collection of electric and hybrid vehicles.