BTS’s Jimin Issues Apology Over His Recent Controversy Over Late Payment Of Health Insurance Premiums

In late April, Korean media outlet Biz Hankook reported that the National Health Insurance Service seized Jimin’s apartment at Nine One Hannam in Seoul on January 25 because the artist failed to pay his health insurance premiums. . The performer first bought the apartment for 5.9 billion won in May last year.

According to the report, Jimin received four separate foreclosure notices via registered mail during the period his apartment was temporarily foreclosed. The article also said the seizure was finally lifted on April 22 after paying the health insurance premiums.

At the time, Big Hit Music responded “Jimin was unaware of the issue due to his overseas schedules, extended vacation since late last year, and then later schedule overseas; however, as soon as he became aware of the situation, he paid the full amount of the charges, and the case is now closed”confirmed the agency. “We apologize for causing concern to the artist and his fans due to corporate negligence. »

On June 2, Jimin wrote a lengthy post on Weverse following BTS’ visit to the White House to meet with President Joe Biden.

In this message, he apologizes:

BTS's Jimin Issues Apology Following His Recent Controversy Over Late Payment Of Health Insurance Premiums

“Hello ARMY,

Is everyone okay?

I was able to go to the United States. I believe that everyone is aware of the event in which we participated.

I am grateful and honored that we were able to participate in this event to raise our voices in representation of all ARMYs from different races, countries and cultures.

However, I thought I was so inexperienced to stand there on behalf of all of you.

I apologize for causing concern due to my inexperienced actions. In the future, I will try my best to become more mature so as not to cause any worries.

You must have been worried because I didn’t come to see you often. I will come more often.

I still miss you ARMY. »

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