BTS visited the White House to encourage everyone to 'open up and embrace all of our differences'

"Hate conceals. When good people talk about it and express how horrible it is, it goes down, Biden remarked. "People care what you say, and what you're doing is good for all. Your talent isn't enough. Your message. Meaningful.

BTS thanked President Biden for signing the COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act. We wish to help and applaud the White House and government's efforts. President Biden handed commemorative coins as gifts.

"We were devastated by the recent spate of hate attacks," Jimin told Rolling Stone. "We'd like to speak up again to halt this and support the cause." J-Hope thanked BTS's ARMY, who have varied ethnicities, customs, and languages. We're grateful."

RM thanked President Biden and the White House for the chance to speak about critical concerns and what artists can achieve. Thanks again.” The group didn't accept questions thereafter, to to the ARMY's dismay.

BTS condemned anti-Asian incidents in 2021, including killings at three Atlanta spas. Asian racism is recalled. We've been insulted for our looks. CNN questioned the band about Asians speaking English. "Hatred and violence are too painful to describe"