The seven-piece K-pop band appeared on the show to debut their new track Black Swan and of course, they squeezed in some time for some fun too.
BTS were on the show alongside Ashton Kutcher and for the final segment, Corden challenged the actor to a game of hide’n’seek with BTS doing the hiding while they sought them out.
The group were then told they could hide anywhere in the studio and the winner would be the star who found four of them first.
And thanks to BTS’s hiding skills, the game took a little longer than we expected...
— pran ♡'s bts ⁷ (@beemyhope_)
V sheepishly walked back to the main studio:
— Lahz (@lahzerous)
Jimin hid nearly in plain sight (which worked for a while):
— jimin imy (@jmnpromise)
Jin was one of the last to be found:
— Sarahmarie⁷ | SEEING ATEEZ + MONSTA X (@bootifulyoongi)
And clutched the picture he took until the very end:
— @Shaneeeng 🥀 (@Shaneeeng_15)
Kutcher finally won, but only with a little help from a certain someone…
— claire//[MOTS 7!!!!!!!!!!!] (@Randomsplashes)
Where was Jungkook? Playing cameraman of course:
— HOT MESS JK EXPRESS⁷ (@xkookiekate)
At least he has a back-up plan if the whole global superstar thing gets boring.
Lastly, J-Hope was clearly gutted to have been caught:
— Ari ♡ (@Ari29407997)
It's been a big week for BTS, who made their Grammys performing debut on Sunday (January 26) night.
The group appeared during Lil Nas X's Old Town Road "all-stars" medley.
In April, they'll head off on their Map of the Soul tour which will take in stops across Asia, North America and Europe, including two dates at Twickenham Stadium.
Watch their full game of hide'n'seek in the video below...