Kim Taehyungaka V of BTS, recently returned to South Korea after a four-day trip to Paris, France for a secret project, and received a warm welcome at Incheon International Airport.
After Taehyung left Paris, French K-pop media name B “KPop in Paris” revealed Information about Taehyung’s personal schedule was provided at a price by a staff member who accompanied him.
“Now that Taehyung is gone, we can talk.” The post begins and says that he was given confidential information by an employee who was with him about the places he was going and a fixed amount of $350.
As Taehyung’s label and parent company, both Great popular music And Hib They are responsible for his safety and security. The news that the people working with Taehyung put him in danger is extremely disturbing.
The ARMYs criticize HYBE because if the information falls into the wrong hands, Taehyung’s safety could be in serious danger. Some also pointed out how leaks of personal information by employees had happened in the past but were only now being exposed.
This is not the first time HYBE has come under fire for their actions.
Last October Korea Intellectual Property Office HYBE revealed that they rejected Taehyung’s 2016 attempt to trademark the word “Borahee”.
“Borah” Or “I’ll make you purple.” It has become synonymous with the BTS brand and image, and HYBE tried to legally own the term without crediting the creator.
The story was reported by popular media, such as Billboard And NMEHighlighting that the trademark should be registered under Taehyung’s rightful owner.
HYBE owes its global success to BTS and as a member of the group, it is fitting that they treat Taehyung with respect, prioritize his safety, and give him due respect for his work and contributions.