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A latest video of the members of the Korean boy band BTS revealed that they not only danced on the crosswalk but also participated in a skit with James Corden while filming the special crosswalk performance outside the sets of The Late Late Night Show With James Corden.

At the end of the video, the members are seen suited up to perform Dynamite with not only the people in the traffic enjoying but also with a group of fans gathered by the sidewalk trying to catch a glimpse of the performance. When the signal turned green and the members tried to clear the crosswalk for the cars to move, BTS member V slipped but he managed to jump up quickly and joined his fellow members.

In the video, Corden can be seen telling the BTS members, pointing at the crosswalk, "Today, you are going to play (at the) biggest venue of your life." It was a scripted act, following which, the members faked their enthusiasm. They jokingly told each other in Korean, "This is the worst." Jimin added with a smile on his face, "I'm scared, I don't think this is safe," leaving James to believe he loves it.

Corden then offered to show them a choreography that they could copy on the crosswalk, however, J-Hope presented a counter choreography - from the song Butter - to leave everyone impressed. BTS members then head to the crosswalk and perform for the cars waiting for the signal to turn green.

While some passersby identified the group, others who do not listen to K-Pop looked confused. As soon as the signal turned green, James asked the members to run to the sidewalks but Jimin seemed to lose balance when Corden piggybacked him to the sides.

The video then proceeded to show the members dressing up for Permission to Dance while Corden was busy selling merchandise. He walked from car to car, selling 'BTS Butter' for $100. He claimed, "J-Hope made this butter himself." After a point, he was giving away the butter bars for free. He also got the members to sign 'liability wavers' and head-shots and handed them out to those driving past the studio.

Corden then announced that the group is going to perform Dynamite, and ‘blow this place up.’ However, he seemingly fell into a mess when a fireworker arrived at the spot - he had to clarify that he was actually not injured and Dynamite is the name of the BTS song and he would be more careful with his choice of words.

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