Korean boy band BTS performed before their US fans in an off-air segment of the "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" talk show on November 30.
The mini-concert, as part of the show's "Mercedes-Benz Concert Series," was taped beforehand and was broadcast on the US TV talk show's YouTube channel. BTS sang "Go Go," "Save Me," "I Need U" and "Fire" before an estimated 1,000 fans in Los Angeles.
This is the latest US TV appearance of the boy band after performing on the American Music Awards and "The Ellen DeGeneres Show."
They are set to appear on "The Late Late Show With James Corden." Corden released a teaser video of the group's appearance on the show, saying, "I'm so excited."
BTS will be performing today at the Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA) in Hong Kong before they hold their concert on December 8 in Seoul.
The group recently released a remix version of "MIC Drop" with DJ Steve Aoki and rapper Desiigner.
Kim Sung-wook, director of the BTS' music videos, said before he shot the "MIC Drop" MV, the first thing that came to my mind was that I wanted to lock BTS in an interrogation room. Then I wanted to show viewers how they manage to escape the room and free themselves with music.
"As global K-pop stars, BTS has always been at the center of media attention that consistently evaluate and judge it. Sometimes they may feel suffocated with all those jam-packed schedules and practices, and sometimes, they might have different opinions from what media talk about them. So I wanted to give BTS the freedom to leave behind all the pressures and soar high as free artists," he said.
He praised Aoki, saying "I kind of wanted to deify Aoki as a god of music. It only took me two hours to shoot the scene, as Aoki was very professional at every level. I only gave him the word 'charismatic' and he immediately caught it."