Here’s What BTS And President Biden Said To Each Other In Oval Office At The White House!


The much-awaited and talked about meeting that caught the world’s attention between the US president Joe Biden and K-Pop stars BTS has finally happened and K-Pop sensations have had an excellent meeting with the US president. They ensured to highlight anti-Asian hate crimes with the U.S. President at the White House which was on top of their agenda.

Youth icons and K-pop sensations BTS were invited to the White House (Oval Office) yesterday to discuss diversity and pluralism in the world and other interconnected problems and concerns with President of the United States Joe Biden. The meeting between them happened for 35 minutes.

During the interaction, the bangtan boys and President Biden had a discussion on anti-Asian hate crimes and Asian inclusion and also had a conversation about President Biden’s recent visit to South Korea which was his first visit to Asia ever since he became the president.

President Biden started the conversation by talking about discrimination and the recent surge in anti-Asian hate crimes. President Biden stated, “Hate only hides. When good people talk about it and say how bad it is, it goes down. People care a lot about what you say, and what you are doing is good for all people.” He further said, “It’s not just your good talent. It’s the message you are communicating. It matters.”

BTS from their end said, “We want to say thank you, sincerely, for your decision such as signing the COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act into law,” and expressed gratitude by saying, “So we just want to be a little help and we truly appreciate the White House and government’s (efforts) trying to find solutions.”

BTS members before meeting the US president interacted with the global media presence in the White House briefing room where were asked about how they feel and the motto of the meeting. White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre welcomed the stars and gave them a wonderful introduction saying, “I’m excited to welcome some special guests to the briefing room today, pop phenoms BTS. They (BTS) are Grammy-nominated international icons, play an important role as youth ambassadors promoting a message of respect and positivity.”

Later, the septet made their opening statements. BTS leader Kim Namjoon aka RM said, “It is a great honor to be invited to the White House today to discuss important issues of anti-Asian hate crimes, Asian inclusion, and diversity.”

At the end of the meeting with President Biden, he gave BTS members commemorative coins as gifts. With this BTS added another feather in their hat and a milestone in their success story.

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