They came, they saw, they conquered Times Square with a delightful interview and fierce performance of their smash hit, "IDOL." Watch, below.

ORIGINAL (9/25): It's seriously a whirlwind week for BTS.

Following their history-making appearance and speech at the United Nations Monday (September 24), the superstar South Korean music group will perform on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon tonight (September 25) on NBC.

After that, they're off to Good Morning America early Wednesday morning (September 26), where they'll punctuate their time touring in the U.S. with an explosive live performance in Times Square, marking their American morning show debut.

Below, find out all there is to know about BTS' highly anticipated GMA performance.

When should I tune in?

The band's Good Morning America in-studio performance will broadcast live from New York City tomorrow morning between 7 and 9 a.m. ET on ABC. Their exact set time has not yet been announced,

How can I watch?

For those who don't have access to a television, the performance will also stream online via the ABC Live app web site, as well as on Hulu.

Good Morning America will likely upload a video of the performance to their YouTube account shortly after BTS leave the stage.

Can I attend the performance in person?

Yes... and no. A limited number of free tickets are released in advance through a request lottery for each Good Morning America taping, and BTS' date—which will also include an interview with actor Ron Livingston—is unfortunately sold out.

However, if you entered GMA's #GMAIdolChallenge video competition on Twitter, it's possible you might see yourself up there alongside BTS when the show airs tomorrow morning. Click here to enter your video, and good luck!

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