BTS sends love to hearing-impaired community through “Permission to Dance” music video – Music
BTS ARMY, unite! The K-pop group released the music video for their single “Permission to Dance” and it makes a lot more sense than it looks.
BTS is a South Korean boy group that debuted in 2013 and has since gained fame and following fans around the world. Their new music video for “Permission to Dance” has been released and features the boys in what appears to be a small desert town.
The theme of the song is to visualize and celebrate life as it could be in a post-pandemic world. The clip comes at a time when many countries around the world are lifting lockdown restrictions as their citizens receive Covid-19 vaccines.
Fans realized that the song’s choreography includes International Sign Language. Twitter has been inundated with comments and praise for it. One user posted: “‘Permission to Dance’ features special choreography that incorporates international sign language meaning ‘fun’ ‘dance’ and ‘peace’.”
“Scratching your body while raising your thumb and slightly bending the rest of the fingers means having fun. Moving two fingers from side to side on the palm of the other hand represents dancing and finally making. [the] The sign ‘V’ means peace “.
The clip also receives a lot of love for its overall inclusiveness. One Twitter user said “Permission to Dance” “celebrates diversity” which is “warming”. It incorporates sign language, shows people of different races and age groups, and promotes blue collar jobs such as janitor and waitress.
The “Permission to dance” is included on the Butter EP released in 2021. The album includes two songs sung entirely in English by the Korean group. According to Rolling stone, the song was co-written by British singer Ed Sheeran.
We love to see inclusivity in the music and BTS’s “Permission to Dance” has it in spades. Let us know what you think of the clip!