Sure, "Saturday Night Live" was moderated by Emma Stone and featured Michael Avenatti, Lori Loughlin, Julian Assange and "The View" Jabs – but the limelight belonged to the seven members of the boy band sensation.  BTS was the first Korean Pop or K-Pop group to perform on SNL. The popularity of Korean pop music is steadily increasing. But BTS has made the genre an international movement.
The group's new album, Map of the Soul: Persona, is expected to destroy the sales charts.
The group's energetic dance moves and moody vocals As they performed "Boy With Luv" and "Mic Drop," she teased "SNL" audiences with screams and applause, highlighting social media.
"My daughter makes really weird mouth sounds and watches #BTSxSNL, she just had to pull off her hoodie because she's sweating, it's a # BTSARMY thing for those who do not know anything," said radio maker JJ Ryan.
"Slay !!! Their voices were perfection … They adapted their dances to this tiny stage and they were supported by a Korean band, I feel like a proud aunt, I … even my cake for this performance, "said Jae-Ha Kim, a Los Angeles Times journalist.
"Live band, killer singing, moving for days, crushing it! So tell us, what's America's about? # BTSxSNL & # 39 ;," said writer Colleen Nika.
"I was screaming in my living room not even lying. #BTSxSNL," said actress Angie Grace.
The band's performance also sparked a conversation about its historical and cultural impact.
"I've watched SNL since the late '70s until I stopped watching in the' 90s, I've never seen an Asian face in its staff that always stings, but tonight I only saw 7 Korean faces on this damned stage and it was the best part of this show so I'm over all. #BTSxSNL, "said actor Paul Bae.