BTS continues to conquer America as they continue their promotional tour for their latest album, Map of the Soul: Persona.

The “boys from Korea” are currently in New York City where they’ve made appearances on Good Morning America and The Late Show With Stephen Colbert.

The septet has marked another notch in their list of accomplishments as they have now performed in the Ed Sullivan stage where the legendary Beatles once did.

In a fantastic homage to the greatest band that ever lived, BTS hit the stage with a setup that was reminiscent of the Beatles, drum set and all, to perform their latest single “Bow With Luv.” Afterworlds, They spoke With Colbert about being compared to the British hit makers and their current tour.

BTS also kicked off Good Morning America’s Summer Concert Series earlier in the day, as they performed for hundreds of fans in Central Park. The group performed their latest single as well as fan favorite, “Fire” before talking about what the song “Boy With Luv” means to them and the message they want to continue bringing to their fans.

The group has a busy couple of days as they continue their worldwide “Love Yourself: Speak Yourself ” stadium tour with their next concerts being held at the Metlife Stadium in New Jersey on May 18 and 19.

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