BTS encourage young people to share their story for UN 'Youth Today, Your Stories' project

BTS encourage young people to share their story for UN 'Youth Today, Your Stories' project


As part of a new project, titled Youth Today, Your StoryBTS are asking young people to share their story. 

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"Dear young people, what were the past two [years] like for you and what's your world like today," the global pop group ask via Twitter today (13/09). 

Following the announcement, the members of BTS also shared their responses, citing how in the past two years, they've been "taking it easy", trying out different styles and hair colours, enjoying the pleasures of a simple routine, and more. 


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Check what the group answered below. 




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This project follows after the group's appointment as President Special Envoy for Future Generations and Culture last July. BTS are slated to give a speech at the 76th United Nations (UN) General Assembly that's happening from 15 to 30 September 2021. 

The 'Life Goes On' act has previously addressed the UN in 2018 and 2020, where they emphasised the importance of self-love and advocated for solidarity among young people. 

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As part of their continuous efforts to spread love, positivity and strength to youth worldwide, BTS have also been carrying out an ongoing campaign with UNICEF called LOVE MYSELF. The campaign, which was first launched in 2017, aims "to end violence and neglect while simultaneously promoting children and young people's self-esteem". Since its inception, it has raised close to USD 3 million worldwide. 

Listen to BTS' 'Life Goes On' here.