BTS released a "Make It Right" remix and the song's music video is a tribute to their loyal ARMY.

On Friday (October 18), the group unveiled a new version of the track, which was co-written by Ed Sheeran and originally appeared on BTS' album, Map of the Soul: Persona. However, instead of Sheeran, the song now features the singer/songwriter Lauv, who lends his vocals for the English verses.

As for the music video, it combines footage of BTS performing in front of their fans during their recent Love Yourself: Speak Yourself tour (which outsold Rolling Stone, Cardi B and more), as well as a sweet animated story that serves as a metaphor to honor the bond between the band and ARMY. In it, a girl meets a boy and the two fall in love. She becomes his companion and his protector as they fight dragons together.

Watch BTS' "Make It Right" music video, below:

Following the song's release, several hashtags started trending worldwide on Twitter, including #BoyWithLauv, which is a punny play on one of the group's previous collaborations, "Boy With Luv," featuring Halsey.

Unsurprisingly, the video had BTS' ARMY very emotional: