Recently, photos of study materials and exam papers asking students to read and answer questions regarding BTS' speech went viral online.
The speech was for the launch of UNICEF's 'Generation Unlimited' Partnership―in which the group's leader RM urges everyone to "find your name and find your voice by speaking yourself" no matter who you are.
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For subjects such as English, Social Studies and International Studies, the speech has been used for study materials or as exam questions in countries including South Korea, the United States, Vietnam and Singapore.
One high school exam asks students to read the script and select the correct order, while the other utilizes the event to inform students about the importance of individual passion and confidence.
One high school principal wrote even an excerpt from the speech on the school's announcement board, instructing students to watch the full video of the speech.
Meanwhile, BTS recently celebrated the anniversary of its 'LOVE MYSELF' campaign with UNICEF, raising over 1.6 billion won (approximately 1.4 million dollars) to end violence across the globe.
(Credit= Online Community, SBS News)