Earlier this week, BTS made a visit to Late Show With Stephen Colbert and paid homage to the Beatles through a black and white performance of "Boy With Luv" that mirrored the Fab Four's legendary television debut on The Ed Sullivan Show 55 years prior. However, that wasn't the only song they played on the late night talk show.
The South Korean sensations also performed "Make It Right" off their latest EP, Map of the Soul: Persona, which you can now watch as a Colbert web exclusive. During this song, the septet sit on stools, each intimately serenading the crowd.
Watch the powerful, no-frills performance below.
Performing at the Ed Sullivan Theater isn't the only connect BTS has to the Beatles, they also tied the band's record of having three No. 1 albums in a single year.
As the North American leg of BTS' Love Yourself, Speak Yourself world tour wraps up, the K-pop phenoms are leaving the States with a bang. On Tuesday, May 21, the guys will take the stage during an exclusive event for iHeartRadio, which will be streaming live at 7pm local time via LiveXLive. They'll be hitting Brazil, Europe, and Japan as the last legs of their extensive tour, with more dates to come soon.