Popular K-pop band BTS has become a part of a new youth project titled 'Youth Today, Youth Story' for the United Nations. Under this, the musical group is encouraging youngsters to share their pandemic stories and how the past two years in the lockdown and quarantine have been for them.

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"Dear young people, What were the past 2 yrs like for you, and what's your world like today? Express the precious things that make up your world or show who you are now with an image, an emoji or a word At the UN, your stories will begin," the BTS wrote on Twitter alongside the poster.

Following the announcement, the members of BTS- RM, Hobi, JIN, Suga, V, Jimin, and Jungkook, also shared their individual experiences as responses on Twitter, citing how in the past two years have been for them.

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BTS members said that they've been taking the quarantine period easy trying out different styles and hair colours, enjoying the pleasures of a simple routine, and more. Check what the group answered below.

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"Taking it easy, Positive, Keep at it. Same stuff but a new mindset, I'm keeping it positive and giving it a smile. What are some positive changes that happened to you?" said BTS member Jin.

"It's been a long time since I've been able to travel, but I go through the pictures I've taken and look forward to my future travels!" wrote V, who is desperately missing travelling like the pre-corona times.

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Rapper Jungkook said that he had tried and adopted new hobbies during the period and also asked fans if they had picked any new hobbies.

Their appeal for the youth stories gave rise to what seems like a new movement onTwitter with hundreds of youngsters sharing their post-COVID experiences on social media and engaging in conversations around feelings related to it. Catch some reactions here!

According to social media users, the 'Youth Today' initiative is a part of the young group's soon to happen speech for a United Nations event at the New York.