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BTS says K-pop was 'finally recognized' at Grammys

Jan. 29 (UPI) -- South Korean boy band BTS appeared on The Late Late Show and discussed their appearance at the Grammys before performing their new song "Black Swan."

"It felt like K-pop was finally recognized worldwide by Alicia," member RM said, referring to Grammy host Alicia Keys. BTS was the first ever K-pop band to perform at the ceremony.

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The group then performed "Black Swan"on the Late Late Show stage. BTS was barefoot and wore all black as they delivered highly-choreographed dance moves in front of a dark forest background.

The floor was made to look like water with a waterfall visually displayed in the background.

"Black Swan" will appear on BTS' upcoming album Map of the Soul: 7, which will be released on Feb. 21.

BTS ended their appearance by playing a game of hide and seek with Corden and Ashton Kutcher. Each BTS member split up and picked different hiding spots within the Late Late Show studio.

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Corden won the game after he found four BTS members before Kutcher.

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