Actress Ashley Park is over the moon after BTS' RM and V showed appreciation for her explosive "Dynamite" cover in the first episode of "Emily in Paris" Season 2.

The second season of the series began streaming on Netflix on Dec. 22 with Park singing the chart-topping song in front of a cheering audience inside a local drag club. With half of her body wearing a man's suit and the other donning a semi-nude outfit jazzed up with feathers and stones, the actress sang and danced to BTS' first all-English track that debuted at No. 1 on Billboard Hot 100 in 2020.

Park posted a clip of her performance on her Instagram page Friday, writing, "Le Dame Pipi 'Dynamite' cover for @emilyinparis! Thank you THANK YOU for the outpouring of love for this scene in #emilyinParis I'm still pinching myself that I got to sing my favorite #bts @bts.bighitofficial song as Mindy! But there's no way I could take all the credit for this, so here's my novellll of thanks to #btsarmy and the behind-the-scenes army who made this scene possible."

Kim Tae-hyung, more commonly known as V, gave Park a stamp of approval and even shared the clip of the actress' performance on his Instagram page Tuesday, adding two heart emojis in the caption.

BTS' leader and main rapper, RM, who is currently under home quarantine after testing positive for COVID-19, also shared an excerpt of the cover via Instagram Stories. In his post, he could be heard giggling and saying, "Ha!" after the line, "Ice tea and a game of ping pong." He also captioned the post with, "'Wow.'"

A fan was able to save a copy of RM's Instagram Story and reshare it on Twitter, writing, "His Giggles!! he's enjoying!!!"

Park later took to Instagram Stories to thank both V and RM for appreciating her performance. The 30-year-old actress even revealed she wanted to cry because her favorite boyband liked her cover. Moreover, she said she has a Korean mother and she's honored to perform the track.

"Truly speechless that members of BTS have shared the @emilyinparis 'Dynamite' performance. Truly means so much to me, I have such respect for @bts.bighitofficial for all they do as artists and especially as Koreans on a global scale… so singing their song was gift enough," she noted. "Taehyung and Namjoon, I'm so happy you enjoyed this cover as much as I love your music and getting to sing it. Next time, come to Paris and hopefully, we can sing together."

Another fan account reshared her post via Twitter for more people to see.

Park, who plays Mindy in the series, is a Grammy- and Tony-nominated actress. She made her Broadway debut in "Mamma Mia!" and has so far starred in several shows, including the Tony-winning Broadway revival of "The King and I" in New York's Lincoln Center, Broadway's "Sunday in the Park with George" and the Tina Fey musical "Mean Girls."

This handout photo courtesy of American Broadcasting Companies, Inc. / ABC shows South Korean band BTS accept the Favorite Pop Duo or Group award onstage during the 2021 American Music Awards at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles This handout photo courtesy of American Broadcasting Companies, Inc. / ABC shows South Korean band BTS accept the Favorite Pop Duo or Group award onstage during the 2021 American Music Awards at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles Photo: American Broadcasting Companies, Inc. / ABC via AFP