WHO Chief congratulates BTS members for becoming South Korea’s special presidential envoy

BTS members got appointed as South Korea’s special presidential envoy and WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has congratulated the members.

World Health Organization chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus congratulated BTS members for being appointed as South Korea’s Special Presidential Envoy for Future Generations and Culture.

WHO chief took to his Twitter and wrote, “Dear @BTS_twt Namjoon, Jin, Yoongi, Hobi, Jimin, Tae & Jungkook, congratulations on your appointment as #SouthKorea’s Special Presidential Envoy for Future Generations & Culture! A well-deserved title for a group who use music & lyrics to bring hope & healing to the world.”


The ARMYs all around the world were delighted as they tweet to express their joy. A user tweeted, “Thank you sir for your kind words. BTS truly has brought healing through their music, lyrics, and messages. They are inspirational, genuine, and positive role models”. Another tweeted, “thank you so much for supporting them, always healthy sir! Sparkling heart congrats to @BTS_twt you really deserve this with your hard work which has a positive influence for all of us, always healthy uri bangtan borahae!”

Although, this isn’t the first time that the WHO chief has expressed his admiration. Previously, while the bands latest track ‘Permission To Dance’ was released he took to his Twitter to praise them and wrote, “Thank you, @BTS_twt, for including sign language in your #PermissiontoDance music video. As 1.5 billion people in the world are affected by hearing loss; sign language can help them to continue enjoying music which can bring joy to life.”

Meanwhile, ‘Permission To Dance’ has recently debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 100. Previously, their song Butter had held the number one spot on the international music chart for seven weeks.