BTS checking their seats inside the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas where the BBMAs will be held. Photo: BBMA

Korean boy band BTS is pumped up for the 2017 Billboard Music Awards (BBMAs).

Members of the idol group, Rap Monster, Jimin, Suga, J-Hope, Jungkook, Jin and V, arrived in Las Vegas Friday where the awards show will be held on May 21.

BTS is nominated for the fan-voted Top Social Artist Award and is competing against Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, Ariana Grande and Shawn Mendes.

They went to the T-Mobile Arena to check out their seats. The group will be hitting BBMAs' red carpet before attending the show.

"We're now here in Las Vegas so see you at BBMAs," BTS said in a video posted by BBMAs on Twitter.

They also met actress and singer Laura Marano who will host the BBMAs' red carpet event and taught her some of their dance moves.

"Lowkey became the 8th member of @BTS_twt today...tune in tomorrow on the @BBMAs Magenta Carpet to see more," she tweeted.

The BBMAs is a whole new experience for BTS. They're the first K-pop group to be nominated at the BBMA.

Their Billboard chart history is impressive as well.

BTS' "Wings" album "charted at No. 26 on the Billboard 200 in October 2016, scoring not only the highest-charting K-pop album ever in America but also the best selling when it moved 16,000 copies in its first week," according to a BBMA report.

In addition, "Blood Sweat & Tears" also debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's World Digital Song Sales chart.

"Ahead of their most recent U.S. tour—which included sold-out arena dates in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago—BTS released a special deluxe version of 'Wings' titled 'You Never Walk Alone' with the empowering, rock-leaning 'Spring Day' and confident anthem 'Not Today' as singles. The album became their fourth entry on the Billboard 200 and the singles scored them two more chart-toppers on World Digital Song Sales," the report added.

There's a great chance that BTS will win at the BBMAs given their impressive social media followers and fans. They have 5.83 million followers on Twitter in addition to their millions of fans on Facebook and YouTube.