BTS debut on NPR’s ‘Tiny Desk’ from Seoul record store

They performed “Dynamite” plus some fan favorites.

K-pop juggernauts have made their debut on NPR’s Tiny Desk with a funky three-song set.

The global superstars kicked off their performance with their Billboard Hot 100 chart-topping hit, “Dynamite.” The septet performed the song with a live band for the very first time from the Vinyl & Plastic record store in Seoul’s Hannam-dong neighborhood.

BTS then jumped back in time with “Save Me,” a cut from their 2016 compilation album, The Most Beautiful Moment in Life: Young Forever, before wrapping things up with perineal fan favorite, “Spring Day.” Rapper RM introduced the ballad with an optimistic message: “It’s been the roughest summer ever, but we know that spring will come.”


“Dynamite,” the band’s latest single and first song sung entirely in English, was released last month. It follows their fourth studio album, Map of the Soul: 7, which arrived in February.

Watch their Tiny Desk performance below:

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