BigHit Entertainment Says BTS Members Are Safe After Car Accident In Taiwan
The BTS members were involved in a car accident in Taiwan after their concert…
…but fret not, because BigHit Entertainment had assured fans on December 10 that the BTS members are all okay.
Through a statement issued on December 10, BigHit Entertainment confirmed that the group had been involved in a minor car accident.
The agency revealed that the mishap happened on December 9 as they made their ways back to their lodgings after the second day of their show in Taoyuan, Taiwan.
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“After the group completed their concert in Taiwan, there was a minor fender bender between the artist’s vehicles,” the agency stated. Despite the collision, they assured fans that none of the seven members had been hurt.
“All of the members had returned safely to the hotel with no injuries,” they said, adding that “there will be no problems with any future schedules” following the accident.
Included in these future schedules are their performances in Japan on December 12 and Hong Kong on December 14 for the 2018 Mnet Asian Music Awards.
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The group’s two-day concert in Taoyuan, Taiwan is part of their Love Yourself world tour which kicked off on August 25 and 26 in Seoul.
It marks their first stop for the tour’s Asian leg, followed by Singapore in January, Hong Kong in March, and Bangkok in April.
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