BTS’s “Yet To Come” Music Video Collaboration With Hyundai Is Being Praised For Celebrating Diversity

They brought together people from all backgrounds to sing along!

Aside from showcasing their talent, visuals, and charm, the members of BTS have always gained praise for their inclusivity in creating music videos. The group is aware of their global fanbase but also their influence when it comes to releasing music and videos.

Recently, BTS and the car brand Hyundai gained praise for their inclusivity in a special music video.

Members of BTS | @bts_bighit/Twitter

Earlier in the year, BTS released a music video for the track “Yet To Come.” Along with the beautiful track, the video was so simple yet impacted ARMYs in many different ways.

“Yet To Come” music video | HYBE LABELS/YouTube

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Recently, netizens couldn’t contain their excitement when it was revealed that BTS would be releasing a new version of the amazing track with a brand new music video.

The first big thing was that the lyrics were all in English, compared to the original version. Yet, the words still resonated, and the members’ visuals shined throughout.

Yet, aside from the members, the video gained attention for its diversity and inclusivity when it came to the rest of the video. Although BTS were singing, they weren’t the only stars of the show as it was the global population who had a starring role.

Throughout the video, people from different countries and backgrounds were shown.

Alongside showcasing people from all walks of life, the video also showed the idea of uniting people. In crowds watching football matches, there were people from every country, every background, and every nationality.

Even at the end of the video, when all the members came together, it seemed like the perfect representation of connecting people together rather than focusing on the differences that tear communities apart.

When the video was released, netizens couldn’t stop praising BTS and Hyundai for creating something that embraced diversity and ensured nobody felt left out.

Yet, it isn’t the first time BTS has been praised for their inclusivity in music videos. Back in 2021, BTS released their music video for the track “Permission To Dance.” Of course, it was always going to be a feel-good song.

When the video was released, fans praised the group for embracing and celebrating diversity! The members incorporated both Korean (KSL) and international (ASL) sign language into their choreography.

“Permission to Dance” music video | HYBE LABELS/YouTube

Throughout the video, people of different ages, races, and nationalities were represented, ensuring that fans knew that BTS’s message of positivity was for everyone. It was also a way of celebrating how much diversity there is in the world!

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BTS are loved by fans across the world, and the members always want to make sure everyone is included in their music. The “Yet To Come” Hyundai video is another example of BTS embracing diversity.

You can read more about BTS always celebrating diversity in their music videos below.

Fans Praise BTS For Celebrating Diversity In Their “Permission To Dance” Music Video

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