BTS’ recently appeared on KBS’s talk show titled "Let’s BTS" where the members discussed their success, Grammy nomination and performance, their fans, and more.

The much-anticipated show which aired Monday was hosted by Comedians Shin Dong-Yup and Jang Do-Yeon. It featured special live performances and various other segments from the BTS members.

BTS became the first-ever K-pop act to receive a Grammy nomination for their super hit single "Dynamite" which was nominated in the "Best Pop Duo/Group Performance" category. The band was also the first Korean artist to perform solo at the Grammy Award ceremony.

During the show, BTS’ leader RM described this achievement as the "most surprising moment" in his life.

"A lot of the major categories had passed by, and just as I thought that we wouldn’t be nominated for a main award, ‘Dynamite’ came up right in the middle. I really threw my phone. Our parents told us that their hearts used to skip a beat when we first came on the news," RM said, according to Soompi.

While talking about their performance which aired at the very end of the 2021 Grammy Awards Jimin said, "We thought we would definitely appear first, so we were waiting, but we came out at the end."

"We filmed the performance in Yeouido and RM said that we should do well because this was something our grandchildren and great-grandchildren would see," Jin added.

The superstars revealed they don’t regret losing out on the Grammys but were instead satisfied with how far they’ve gotten this year.

"But we rationalized it. We focused on the fact that there are only about 20 teams who get solo performances [at the Grammys]. I think that we’re satisfied with the first bite. Now that we’ve made our mark, I think that the public consciousness of us will rise," RM added, according to Soompi.

During the 100-minute talk show, the BTS members also took turns to express their love for fans, the Army (fandom name) all over the world.

"It’s in our vlogs, but ARMY are the ones who have known us since we were at the very bottom," RM said.

"They’re our Achilles heel. They’re the one source of strength that supports us so that we can walk. They’re an important source of strength, the driving force that makes us move," J-Hope said.

"That’s right. They’re our biggest weakness. Without ARMY, we would not exist," RM added.

During their live performance of "Life Goes On," the Army (fans) made a surprise appearance via video connection and joined the members in singing the chorus.

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