In a racist segment, the show "Mi Barrio" mocked the Korean language and associated BTS with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.
The K-pop band condemned the surge in violence against Asians and told fans that their own experiences with racism have made them "feel powerless."
The South Korean supergroup didn't win an award, but their fans still celebrated an explosive performance which re-created the set of the Grammys in Seoul.
Chinese internet users and state media took the comments as a slap at Chinese soldiers who fought alongside North Korean forces during their failed attempt to annex South Korea in the 1950-53 war.
James Corden released new BTS footage to thank fans of the band who donated to the Black Lives Matter movement.
The boy band donated $1 million to the movement after declaring they "stand against racial discrimination."
BTS, Luis Fonsi, J Balvin and BLACKPINK are just a few of the artists dominating music charts in the U.S. for hit songs in their native language.
The seven guys also treat their fans to a performance of "Fake Love."
The boys of BTS stopped by "The Ellen Show" to spill some secrets and also perform some of their music.