Ahead of Korean pop band BTS‘ meeting with US President Joe Biden on Tuesday, band member RM reminisced about the time he traveled to the United States and saw the White House “from afar.”

“Well…That’s what happened. I found that everything happens in my life. As it’s a good thing so I’ll be back safely. The last time I travelled to America and I saw it from afar, um but now I get to go in. Not always, but I know everything you guys’ saying, And I’m listening and watching it, so I want to tell you please not to worry,” read a translated version of RM’s note on Korean web platform Weverse.

“Whatever it is…I’ll be back safely and see you again in June with a smile. Byeee. PS. I’m on my way to meet Jiminie (Jimin).. Haha,” he added. 

The 27-year-old also thanked fans for providing constant support and helping the band get such opportunities.

“It’s because of all of you that we are able to go, so this [honour] is also yours. Please support us a lot.”

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BTS members RM, V, Jungkook, Jimin, J-Hope, Jin and Suga will have talks with Biden on Tuesday to discuss anti-Asian hate crimes and celebrate Asian American Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islanders Heritage Month (AANHPI Heritage Month). 

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The 79-year-old leader will “discuss the importance of diversity and inclusion and BTS’ platform as youth ambassadors who spread a message of hope and positivity across the world,” the White House said in a statement, according to Deadline.

On the work front, BTS is looking forward to the release of ‘Proof‘, an anthology album comprising the band’s old and new hits such as ‘Dynamite’ and ‘Yet To Come’. ‘Proof’ is slated for release on June 10.