BTS test their public goodwill with one of James Corden’s crosswalk concerts

K-pop boy group BTS have taken their turn obstructing traffic with James Corden, performing to their English-language hits “Butter,” “Permission to Dance,” and “Dynamite” in the middle of a busy L.A. street.

Corden’s crosswalk concerts generally don’t seem like the wisest premise, especially considering how grumpy motorists can get when needlessly held up. Fortunately, BTS’ overwhelming charm negated the inconvenience, with some drivers excitedly leaning out their windows to get a better look at the global superstars.

It was also pretty endearing that the group seemed fully aware of what a bad idea the whole performance was.

“This is the worst,” RM said, smiling and speaking in Korean to ostensibly keep Corden in the dark.

“I’m scared, I don’t think this is safe,” agreed Jimin.

Still, the seven-member group gamely put on a show, complete with outfit changes, tinsel fireworks, and dancers dressed like waffles.

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