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Posted by KayRosa AKP STAFF Saturday, November 17, 2018

Korean atomic bomb victims association delivers full statement in response to Big Hit Entertainment's apology

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As reported previously, on November 16th, Big Hit Entertainment's chief director visited Hapcheon county to formally apologize to the Korean victims of the atomic bomb. In regards to this apology, the association issued a full statement addressing their stance.


"Today in this small, peaceful city of Hapcheon, surrounded by many domestic and international members of the press, we are extremely grateful to be able to express the position of the victims from the atomic bombings in front of the chief director and members of the agency Big Hit Entertainment that houses the world-famous artist BTS.

For a long time, BTS have worked on a campaign called 'LOVE MYSELF' to spread messages of hopes and dreams through music for countless young adults around the world. Especially for teens dealing with depression and low self esteem, the group continues to them messages of hope. 

We, as victims of the atomic bomb, also receive that consolation. We believe that their messages and activities will open the path for the human race to walk together. 

Next year, 2019, is the 74th anniversary of the atomic bombings. 

Today, of the 100,000 Korean victims of the atomic bombings that came about like a bold out of the blue in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, only about 2,400 victims are still alive. Furthermore, there are over 15,000 descendants of the victims and their children who do not receive any care or support from the government, nor from the society, still living life rigorously as they struggle with various post-traumatic illnesses."


More in regards to BTS,

"By calling into question an image of the atomic bomb on a t-shirt worn by a BTS member, Japan has 'cosplayed' itself, pretending to be the only country that has been victimized by the bombings, without any apology acknowledgement of their own war crimes. Certain Japanese media outlets have prohibited BTS from appearing on their programs and have denounced our federal court's decision related to wartime forced labor, while acting like the only victim instead of spreading historical awareness about Japan's invasions.

We, as victims of the atomic bombs, understand and sympathize with BTS who are receiving secondary damage due to this issue, and humbly accept the apology of Big Hit Entertainment."


Furthermore, the association announced,

"From now on, we hope that Japan and their media outlets no longer cover up or distort the society's public opinion, and that they do not disturb the innocent broadcasting and performance activities of BTS.

Hoping that there will be no more victims of the atomic bomb like us on the Korean peninsula, as well as on the face of this earth, we ask that everyone take a deep interest in the atomic bombings and in the victims.

Next year on August 6th, at the '74th Denuclearization Peace Conference and Atomic Bomb Victims Memorial Service,' we hope that BTS come to Hapcheon to launch the message 'World without Atomic Bombs, a Peaceful Global Village', with a performance to show for the rest of the world."




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Mkm Saturday, November 17, 2018 19
Saturday, November 17, 2018

" Japan has 'cosplayed' itself, pretending to be the only country that has been victimized by the bombings, without any apology acknowledgement of their own war crimes ".

true!!! they are playing the victim card as if they are the ONLY victims out there.

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little_giant Saturday, November 17, 2018 4
Saturday, November 17, 2018

also they considered korean people as japanese people since they were occupying korea at that time. I believe they wanted korean people, because of their advanced culture, to be seen as a branch off of the Japanese genetic line if I learned correctly

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ashablue 30 days ago 0
30 days ago

ohh definitely not. Koreans were second class citizens and were treated as such in that time period. Even now, the remanants of that racist mentality exists within the Japanese right-wings and some of the older gen.

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vpriyajr Sunday, November 18, 2018 2
Sunday, November 18, 2018

keeping the war thing and japanese cruelity aside, japanese culture is much more famous around the world than any other south asian culture.. also japan is much more advanced and modern than korea.. technology wise they are miles ahead of the rest of the world.. so them wanting koreans for their advanced culture is pointless.. at that time they were extremely powerful and they were like the british who just wanted to colonize less powerful countries and take advantage of it..

even after the horrible past and what koreans went through because of japan, kpop still consider japan as one of their biggest priority.. they could simply stop going to japan and stop promoting kpop in japan if they have so much problem with them.. the jnetz are being this arrogant coz they know kpop wants them.. the fans in japan are extremely loyal and the money is extremely high.. for example tvxq and boa still makes millions just by promoting in japan..

whatever they were in the past, in the present japan is one of the most advanced countries in the world( except for women's right, they are like a typical asian country when it comes to respecting women) but the crime rate over all is very less.. it is infact one of the safest countries..

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hahnz38 Sunday, November 18, 2018 0
Sunday, November 18, 2018

they don't know how cruel their ancestor when they colonize other country.

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mxisluv Sunday, November 18, 2018 0
Sunday, November 18, 2018

Well, unless those tortured by the Japanese Occupation in Southeast Asia aren't victims?

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big_bang_forever Saturday, November 17, 2018 1
Saturday, November 17, 2018

These issues are way too deep, it was just one stylists dumb mistake overlooking the clothing.. Let the group breathe.. Cosplay line was Savage af lool

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Peace0825 Sunday, November 18, 2018 0
Sunday, November 18, 2018

That's the thing, Kpop stylists and Kpop idols need to be careful when it comes to outfits with words and photos on. We've seen idols wearing outfits that make you wonder if they and their stylists actually knew the meaning and the message of the words they are displaying on their body. I mean even here in the states people swear but don't really wear clothes with those swear words or sensitive photos.

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teyling Saturday, November 17, 2018 7
Saturday, November 17, 2018

It is an irony, the Right Wing Conservative Japanese who wants to delete their historical war crimes have been exposed by their own 'cosplayed' actions. There are now articles in the web exposing their war atrocities and ties with Nazism.

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zedi Saturday, November 17, 2018 6
Saturday, November 17, 2018

Koreans also worked with "Nazism" but yeah i guess you also want to delete their historical war crimss

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ellied Saturday, November 17, 2018 0
Saturday, November 17, 2018

You’re ready to throw Korea under the bus here and deny the huge fault Japan have, with all of the atrocities they have committed and their unapologetic stance, just so BTS look like they’re at fault. It’s not even about BTS or a shirt as it was already discovered and reported. They couldn’t ruin BTS, so now they are going after tons of other Koop groups, but the issue won’t spread because those Groups aren’t as big, nor do they have hoards of antis around trying to ruin them.

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lzhope Saturday, November 17, 2018 1
Saturday, November 17, 2018

What in the fucking world are you talking about? Learn history before you start blabbering! You dont make sense. Geez what an idiot.

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hawyee Sunday, November 18, 2018 0
Sunday, November 18, 2018

korea was under japanese rule during wwii...?

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renapxn Sunday, November 18, 2018 0
Sunday, November 18, 2018

What.. The Japanese were allied with the Germans. There are Japanese people TODAY that still believe in the Nazi idealism. Get your facts straight before spewing incoherent bullshit .

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CSekay Saturday, November 17, 2018 0
Saturday, November 17, 2018

Applauding and am proud of the way The Korean Atomic Bomb Victims Association has responded to this controversy. They have chosen to express the continued need to bring awareness and the desire to prevent the world from experiencing this ever again, as well as, sharing some insight to deeper social & political issues which still remain today. It is so easy for things to be misunderstood, especially with sensitive issues, so care needs to be taken to not create more hurt and pain. I'm glad an apology was offered, but am more grateful the apology was accepted. Yes, these issues need to be addressed and resolved (for both sides), but the t-shirt & initial reaction could have been used as "teachable moments" and as a platform to promote healing, love and peace instead. Hindsight is always 20/20, isn't it? I continue to be inspired by BTS using their voice, actions and beliefs to reach out and sincerely share "self-love" and speaking your personal truths to promote respect & self-empower so we can be happy. This has been a message they have shared from the beginning. They are musicians, they don't have to do this, yet they do. Thank you, Korean Atomic Bomb Victims Association, well Done! 💜🙌💜🙏

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Jaerim Saturday, November 17, 2018 0
Saturday, November 17, 2018

No one is going to forget what japan did in the WW2 and no matter how much japan wants to pretend its never going away

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SongKaixi Saturday, November 17, 2018 0
Saturday, November 17, 2018

This entire response might just low key be the most savage thing I've seen this month.

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changminbaby Sunday, November 18, 2018 1
Sunday, November 18, 2018

" Japan has 'cosplayed' itself, pretending to be the only country that has been victimized by the bombings, without any apology acknowledgement of their own war crimes ".

tea is so hot today


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krell Sunday, November 18, 2018 0
Sunday, November 18, 2018

(Trolling) ... YOU need to be more 'TEA and SYMPATHY' *Oriental* !!! ... ;)

OMG ... TYPO !!! ... ;)

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MidnightKpop Saturday, November 17, 2018 0
Saturday, November 17, 2018

Bravo for such an elegant response by kabv association! I agree.

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whatever101 Sunday, November 18, 2018 4
Sunday, November 18, 2018

By calling into question an image of the atomic bomb on a t-shirt worn by a BTS member, Japan has 'cosplayed' itself, pretending to be the only country that has been victimized by the bombings, without any apology acknowledgement of their own war crimes.


*SIGH* and here i thought they were doing so well, but NOPE this is literally how WARS get started when rather than take the HIGH ROAD and push for a PEACEFUL agenda by saying "while we understand where Japan is coming from in their reaction, at the end of the day we were victims that day too" but nope might as well should simply said "Those Japs can go fk themsleves"


At the end of the day they end up coming looking like nothing more than HYPOCRITES since saying dumb stuff like this than JUSTIFIES Japan's own right to honor their dead war criminal soldiers since they were also "victims" of war and Korea should stop cosplaying as the only victims too!!

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teleri Sunday, November 18, 2018 3
Sunday, November 18, 2018

How ignorant you truly are about the war crimes of the Japanese government. They in fact committed atrocities against China, Korea, and SE Asia for the entire first half of the 20th century. All the individuals responsible are of course long dead, but the GOVERNMENT still doesn't fully admit to the crimes, TO THIS DAY!

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whatever101 Sunday, November 18, 2018 2
Sunday, November 18, 2018

Masters degree student here with a minor in HISTORY so sorry honey unlike your uneducated self I actually have a complete 360 understanding of the entire history of much of the world after taking numerous classes on Western, Latin American, and Asian History.


At the end of the day while i am WELL AWARE of Japan's history, Korea's complete disregard simply to STICK IT TO THEM when they know damn well how Japan feels about the atomic bomb (hello Hiroshima Museum????) simply because theyr'e angry Japan still wont apologize for their past is no different than AN EYE FOR A EYE ideology and YOU killing someone's family member simply because they did the same to you.


Not to mention you are blaming the government when the CITIZENS are the ones who experienced the death of thousands of loved ones that day and its already well known that while Japanese education system is crap, many people are well aware and apologetic of Japan's history


the bomb shirt is TASTELESS and there are a billion BETTER shirts out there to support Korea's liberation. PERIOD



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WhippedForCookie Sunday, November 18, 2018 0
Sunday, November 18, 2018

You know Europe is waiting for "an official" apology too.

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MbaG007 Sunday, November 18, 2018 0
Sunday, November 18, 2018

Well to be honest... the guy was right.


I live in Europe so only really covered the German side of the war.

Until this T-shirt topic came up, I thought only Japanese civilians were killed/affected by the Nuclear. I didn't know Koreans and other captured people from the Japanese colonies were there too.

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shyloone Saturday, November 17, 2018 0
Saturday, November 17, 2018

I think we need to get back to the future, an get back to the music, all this history is doing my head in,the whole world is a mess an has been for along time,

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Hebihebi Saturday, November 17, 2018 0
Saturday, November 17, 2018

Japan should definitely just admit to their mistakes, as all countries should. Korea should also come clean about their actions in Vietnam. All countries have things they are not proud of and should just apologize properly and move on. People should know what happened in their past despite how shameful it may seem so that the mistakes they made are not repeated again. Are these articles here just to rile people up? Pretty sure most people here are not Japanese or Korean, but are talking as if they were personally involved in this issue.

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pink_oracle Sunday, November 18, 2018 6
Sunday, November 18, 2018

Sorry but I'm calling bullshit. Japan has LONG acknowledged the Korean victims and survivors of the atomic bombings. There's even a memorial in the Hiroshima Peace park dedicated to them alone and every year at the peace ceremonies to honour the victims ALL hibakusha from every nation are invited to attend.

I have no idea why they have gone with such an inflammatory and aggressive response, it seems like pure spite.


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krell 30 days ago 5
30 days ago

'Korean Atomic Bomb Victims Association' <-- Their actions are NOT so much about being 'logical and fair' in this. RATHER, it is about using BTS Group as a *vehicle* for ATTRACTING ATTENTION to THEMSELVES. I would ask you ; WHY are you surprised by that? ... ;)

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pink_oracle 29 days ago 4
29 days ago

Because this is the first I heard that the KABVA was extremely anti Japan. It was, after all, the American's who dropped the atomic bombs. If they want reparations shouldn't they put in a call to the White House of all people?

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MK_21 Sunday, November 18, 2018 0
Sunday, November 18, 2018

TBH, Japan needs to chill...

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ricebeam Saturday, November 17, 2018 2
Saturday, November 17, 2018

The atomic bomb killed thousands of civilians, many of them who wanted to end the war. Some historians believe it was overkill since Japan had essentially lost the war at that point. Others maintain the bombing prevented a prolonged future conflicts. Either way, it's was a human tragedy of unimaginable scale.


I don't know why a BTS member wore a T-shirt with images of atomic bombing (I'll have to read up on the context), but a backlash to something like that would be understandable in Japan. Fair or not, public figures have to maintain certain decorum for the sake of civility. America would scold any celebrity who make light of victims of Manzanar, regardless of Japanese atrocities that are arguably worse.


Korea has any number of legitimate gripes on Japan, but often I see that the discourse colored by some level of grandstanding and gamesmanship. China has never apologized for funding a puppet state that kills thousands of Koreans in the northern half of the peninsula. They're herding Muslims to reeducation camps. America continues to fund the murderous Saudi Regime. The victim's families deserve a voice and explanation, but it was a mistake on the part of the BTS member to wear that shirt. When it comes to resolving historical disputes, the tone and choosing which hill to die on is something to consider.

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hawyee Sunday, November 18, 2018 0
Sunday, November 18, 2018

The context of the issue was that a bts member wore a shirt on liberation day that had a small picture of what looked liked the mushroom cloud that appeared after the atomic bombing of hiroshima or nagsaki. It's not clear whether it was the member's choice to wear the shirt or a stylist's. This was also quite some time ago. People have been jumping on their back bc of their insensitivity and low key hate toward japan, but it's illogical for any korean to celebrate the death of their own people, especially innocent ones that were mostly in japan against their will (as korea was under japanese rule at that time). A couple people even spoke out that they needed to apologize to the japanese victims and that they were taking this "cool" concept too far.

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hawyee Sunday, November 18, 2018 0
Sunday, November 18, 2018

personally, i think it's fine now (as they've already apologized), but it shouldn't be that big of a deal to begin with. It cause misunderstandings, sure, but many people were really quick to throw them under the bus without checking some facts. First of all, it was worn on liberation day. Second of all, as you've also stated, the bombing didn't need to happen- japan had already basically lost. I think that the tshirt he wore wasn't celebrating the complete and utter defeat of japan through all those deaths in tje bombing, but rather remembering the korean victims that didn't need to be in japan but were because of the tyranical japanese rule.

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siuslawlt3 Saturday, November 17, 2018 0
Saturday, November 17, 2018

That is a wonderful letter. I believe it will touch Big Hit Entertainment's heart and BTS as well as the world wide Army.


I knew a few innocent victims from America and Britain that were imprisoned in concentration camps by the Japanese in many countries they invaded.I keep a diary on my shelf of the difficult years they suffered with a extremely poor diet. These dear people were Ministers of the Gospel. The teach us forgiveness and have given their hearts and lives to help the Japanese people as well as people in South Korea and around the world.


I have also read a lot of history during these invasions, about the death march and many other drastic human rights violations and inhumane treatment. It is really odd to see a country that should be deeply ashamed of their treatment of others accusing a sweet, talented innocent young man over wearing the tee-shirt. Get real people! That is just immature and stupid in the extreme!


I also had family in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii who happened to survive their attack. As a consequence some of the American government made wrong choices in their panic and wrongly imprisoned Japanese citizens in camps in America. Since then though many American Japanese have been given compensation for the wrong done them.


I saw a YouTube video that explained that it is likely people wanting to suppress the success of Kpop influences in Japan so that Jpop would have better success. But none of this makes any sense. Japan has been promoting many, many Kpop artist over the years. they are behind many of their albums being produced. I would suggest to get some of the ambassadors talking about this before this escalates and creates a grief to hard to contain.

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miitsss Saturday, November 17, 2018 0
Saturday, November 17, 2018

"Next year on August 6th, at the '74th Denuclearization Peace Conference and Atomic Bomb Victims Memorial Service,' we hope that BTS come to Hapcheon to launch the message 'World without Atomic Bombs, a Peaceful Global Village', with a performance to show for the rest of the world."


Cheeky Marketing...

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Anythingyg Saturday, November 17, 2018 0
Saturday, November 17, 2018

right wing japan is trumps America. Trash is as trash does

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2fat Sunday, November 18, 2018 2
Sunday, November 18, 2018

So there you have it. The reason why young Koreans think it's fine to use an atomic bomb as a symbol of Korean liberation. You sill have the Korean older generation telling young people that Japan has done nothing to atone for their imperialism. Which is an EASILY SEARCHABLE LIE. So BTS has been given a "pass" by this organization for xenophobia. The international community that may not know any better, is now lead to believe that Japan is a "bad" country for never apologizing to Korea. Japan did make reparations. It made "secret" payments to the South Korean government, pretty big ones. The South Korean government didn't directly compensate the public. They used the reparation funds for "investment", in other words the government used it and the chaebol got a lot of it. Here let me wiki it for you if you don't believe me. Straight out of wiki on the treaty of 1965 between SK and Japan. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treaty_on_Basic_Rela...Lots of info on the reparations if you do your own google search. Then there's this article which sums this continuing controversy up pretty neatly. https://www.scmp.com/week-asia/geopolitics/article...This is purely political kiddies, very political and it's becoming rabid nationalism on both sides. BTS cannot be "world ambassadors" and participate in this line of political thinking. Just because this organization is giving them a pass does not mean BTS should ever do anything like this again.

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Haniy Sunday, November 18, 2018 1
Sunday, November 18, 2018

You are right Japan has tried to atone for their sins but they have made silly comments and actions after which prove otherwise. for example Abe visting a shrine for war criminals on the same day of apology, stating that korean women were not forced to become comfort women 2 years after the apology. Also stating that A class war criminals were not regarded as war criminals in Japan and casting doubt whether they were keeping to the murayama apology.


Then there is the issue of what you said, the government financially took the pay out but the people never agreed to, especially the 46 remaining survivors of comfort women who prefer legal responsibility instead. Is it right for the government to decide for them? Shouldn't it be the people's choice, especially the survivors?


Obviously Japan shouldn't be made to apologise forever but it makes sense if the government wants to atone properly to be mindful what they say or do after otherwise it looks like lip service and the other party will always be asking for an true apology because they are dissatisfied with the previous one. Then there is the issue that if koreans expect a proper apology they should be willing to give the same rights to vietnam for their own war crimes and the victims of Lai Dai Han who suffered.


Being a global ambassador you have to be fair on both sides, any injustices should be pointed on either side. But I highly doubt any korean pop group can condemn their own countries injustices, there would be an outcry. So it is best to stay out of it altogether to not offend anyone.

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2fat Sunday, November 18, 2018 0
Sunday, November 18, 2018

Exactly.

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hey_why Sunday, November 18, 2018 0
Sunday, November 18, 2018

http://www.wiesenthal.com/site/apps/nlnet/content....

This Japanese Right-wing made BTS Nazi Controversy.

But the past is really interesting. Be sure to read it.

That site is a Jewish human rights group site, and the Japanese doctor recognized as a Nazi follower by Jewish human rights groups.

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jeyjin Sunday, November 18, 2018 0
Sunday, November 18, 2018

Even the victims of the bombing know that it's not that deep.

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jeyjin Sunday, November 18, 2018 0
Sunday, November 18, 2018

I came on here prepared to type out an angry comment but i'm pleasantly surprised by their statement.

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YoongiUwu Sunday, November 18, 2018 0
Sunday, November 18, 2018

Damn. I'm speechless. But happy.

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Scarlet77 Saturday, November 17, 2018 0
Saturday, November 17, 2018

Well Im not surprise some Japanese people trying to playing victim and trying to delete their historical war crimes. Nobody going to admit what they do. Ohoo shameless. After so many people killed because of their people. Well in my country we still have few people who watch and live when the WW2 happnd and their family members die because of Japanese people.

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yaya202 Saturday, November 17, 2018 0
Saturday, November 17, 2018

I'm glad everything is over. Hope people will stop disturbing BTS

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1Minoz 30 days ago 0
30 days ago

Can they just accept Big Hit's apology and move on? They seem to use this incident to bash Japan and create more tension. It will cause more trouble for BTS in Japan.

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qst3552 Sunday, November 18, 2018 0
Sunday, November 18, 2018

Let's laugh at the simple-mindedness of asians and appreciate their comical mutual hatred for events others have caused in the past.

Their renouncement of nuclear weapons is not going to protect them from nuclear weapons. Quite the opposite, it will invite the nukes and guarantee their continued subjugation. It is just what asians - an ugly evolutionary remnant of apes - deserve.

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mrcloris Sunday, November 18, 2018 0
Sunday, November 18, 2018

WOU, HASTA QUE APARECIO ALGUIEN SENSATO, EN ESTE TONTO, DILEMA !!

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tristanah Sunday, November 18, 2018 0
Sunday, November 18, 2018

As an entertainer who makes good money by performing on Japanese stages, Jimin made a mistake by wearing that shirt. Even if in SK he might seem righteous or even patriot when he stands before Japanese public he is a little hypocrite no matter how many dry excuses his company are displaying.

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krell Sunday, November 18, 2018 0
Sunday, November 18, 2018

UNITED NATIONS (New York CITY, USA) ; and a 'Trolling' comment about an 'appropriate' description -->

"TROLLS of the World, UNITE !!!" ... ;) ... (That sounds a bit 'PINKO' to me!)

As to the 'honor' of BTS Group addressing the UNITED NATIONS ; 'very impressive' to me! ... ;)

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krell Sunday, November 18, 2018 1
Sunday, November 18, 2018

In a way, it is 'good' on the TIMING of this 'NAZI' and 'ATOMIC BOMB' negativity happening to BTS Group. S.KOREA and JAPAN citizens are rather CLEAR already that a LOT of 'negative feelings' remain from the 1910-1945 (WW2) era. When JAPAN controlled S.KOREA in a rather ruthless manner. BETTER to let the 'devisive hot air' escape BEFORE that BTS Group becomes a recurring 'GLOBAL Touring Concerts' situation ... And (posted in this thread) AKP User @big_bang_forever is *correct* that BTS Group members only wear (clothing) that which is CHOSEN for them (mostly) by a stylist ... Finally, having 'celebrities' like (MADONNA ; USA) BTS Group making *social comments* about how 'everyone' should live their personal lives, is fairly 'played out' now. It mostly comes across as 'sappy' comments like "We ALL Need to LOVE Each Other!" As to 'how much' that N.K Leader KIM JONG UN 'loves' S.K Prez MOONdoggie, who knows ... ;)

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krell Sunday, November 18, 2018 0
Sunday, November 18, 2018

(Trolling) ... HWAITING for BTS Group to 'cover' the (UK) BEATLES Group song titled "ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE" soon! ... ;) ... --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dsxtImDVMig

(Trolling More) ... And BTS Group 'covering' the (BEATLES) song titled "Baby (BTS) *We* Are RICH MEN Too!" ($$$$$) ... (Typo?) ... --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugZwAJIKXAQ

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Sami_Lee Saturday, November 17, 2018 0
Saturday, November 17, 2018

Lol Japan "cosplaying" itself is so true. Japan was the real oppressors in Asia. But Westerners only focus on the bombs.

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T_Jazz Saturday, November 17, 2018 0
Saturday, November 17, 2018

This is really wonderful.

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krell Sunday, November 18, 2018 0
Sunday, November 18, 2018

And now, back to IGNORING the DANGER of N.KOREA and NUCLEAR WEAPONS !!!

After all, what MATTERS is the 'status' of BTS Group ; and 'Sell Out' DOME CONCERTS in JAPAN !!! ... ;)

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taichou_san Saturday, November 17, 2018 4
Saturday, November 17, 2018

pls stop drag bts into the country stuff =.=...

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waleri Saturday, November 17, 2018 1
Saturday, November 17, 2018

Well...thats the cost u pay for being the most famous international kpop group

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taichou_san Saturday, November 17, 2018 0
Saturday, November 17, 2018

the boy just wanna do music stuff...hope those ppl dont drag them to politic stuff ~_~

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EducationSystem Saturday, November 17, 2018 1
Saturday, November 17, 2018

the more famous you get the more haters will try to drag you down

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taichou_san Saturday, November 17, 2018 0
Saturday, November 17, 2018

poor bts tho...those ppl using bts

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YumJam Sunday, November 18, 2018 0
Sunday, November 18, 2018

I'm just curious... Did bh payed them to say that? No offense just Big Hit have money, it wouldn't be a problem for them. And we know how money fix everything 🤔 I give you money you will say what I want.

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kpoplolita Saturday, November 17, 2018 0
Saturday, November 17, 2018

fine people on both sides.

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Stopudelulu Saturday, November 17, 2018 1
Saturday, November 17, 2018

eggshits are so dissapointed right now. Hoping for bts downfall but their oppas are the one flopping right now. Lmao

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pentababy Sunday, November 18, 2018 0
Sunday, November 18, 2018

sis i dont know what you mean? lmao nobody seems dissappointed here.

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