BTS “Permission To Dance” Choreography Goes Viral For Incorporating International Sign Language

Here is another reason people can’t help but fall for BTS!

On July 9 at 1 p.m. KST, the group released their single CD for “Butter,” which includes the group’s hit “Butter” along with the new track “Permission to Dance” and the instrumental versions for the two songs.

“Permission to Dance” is co-written by Ed Sheeran, Steve Mac, Johnny McDaid, and Jenna Andrews. Its a bright song aimed to express the notion that ‘we don’t need your permission to dance.’

After the MV was released, fans noticed that BTS’s choreography for this song included international sign language for words like ‘fun,’ ‘dance’ and ‘peace.’

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Big Hit music later confirmed the choreography indeed uses international sign language.

Fans are praising BTS for incorporating sign language into their choreography. The dance is very easy to follow and spreads positive energy, its gaining love from fans all around the world. The song has already topped various music charts domestically and overseas.

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