After their speech on the 76th United Nations General Assembly, the BTS members visited The Metropolitan Museum of Art (The Met) with South Korea’s First Lady, Kim Jung Sook, and the Minister of Culture, Sports, and Tourism, Hwang Hee.
During their go to to The Met, the members offered the museum with a present from the South Korean authorities. They offered the museum with artist Chung Hae Cho‘s piece, Rhythm of the Five Color Luster. This piece relies on the 5 components of East Asian cosmology, that are wooden, fireplace, earth, metallic, and water.
Chung Hae Cho is called a grasp of ottchil, Korean lacquer, and Rhythm of the Five Color Luster shall be featured through the Met’s exhibition Shell and Resin: Korean Mother-of-Pearl and Lacquer, which can run from December 13, 2021 to July 5, 2022.
During their go to to the museum, the BTS members joined the First Lady, the Culture Minister, and different invited friends for a take a look at the Met’s assortment of Korean artwork.
BTS’s chief, RM, additionally gave a speech about Korean tradition and artwork through the group’s go to to the Met.
RM stated, “The eyes of the world are on Korean culture, Korean dramas, Korean films, and Korean music, but there are still many great Korean artists who are yet to be discovered by the world.”
He additionally added that BTS feels a “special sense of pride” due to their capability to assist the works of different artists from South Korea.
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