Nov. 29 (UPI) -- BTS fans can catch the South Korean boy band on Thursday's episode of The Late Late Show with James Corden.
The CBS late-night show announced Wednesday on its official Twitter account that the K-pop group will appear Nov. 30.
"It's official! @BTS_twt's Late Late Show appearance will air this Thursday! #BTSxJamesCorden," the show wrote alongside a photo of host James Corden with BTS.
Corden also shared the news on his personal account, writing, "Thursday. @BTS_twt @latelateshow."
BTS recorded the guest spot Nov. 14 ahead of the 2017 American Music Awards. Billboard reported at the time that tickets for the taping of the group's performance on The Late Late Show immediately sold out.
BTS made its morning talk show debut Monday, performing the single "Mic Drop" on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. The group, which last released the EP Love Yourself 'Her' in September, said its music is meant to connect with people around the world, regardless of language.
"I think we can all share in the same message," singer Suga explained. "I think that's why our songs appeal to people who speak Korean and people who don't speak Korean."