Japanese TV cancels BTS show over band member's atomic bomb shirt

Japanese TV cancels BTS show over band member's atomic bomb shirt

However, not all netizens are supporting the above claims, as some argued, "BTS's issue has nothing to do with IZ*ONE, don't try to make up these kinds of connections", "Keep BTS and IZ*ONE separate", "It's true that BTS getting cancelled sucks but it's not like it's IZ*ONE's fault", and such.

"We have made a decision to cancel BTS' November 9 appearance, which was previously previewed on November 2".

A popular South Korean boy band was set to appear on one of Japan's biggest TV stations this week, but that appearance has been canceled due to a clothing choice one of its members may have made. The designs include a photo of Koreans celebrating liberation and a photo of an atomic bomb detonating in Japan, which contributed to Japan's surrender to the Allied forces and thereby Korea's liberation.

BTS's Jimin was photographed previous year in a white shirt with the words "Patriotism ourhistory (sic) Liberation Korea" on the back and an image of what looks like an explosion on the back The reference to the end of Japan's colonional rule of the Korean peninsula was backed by images of Koreans celebrating in August 1945, the month the United States carried out nuclear attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

BTS, a seven-member Korean pop group, was originally scheduled to perform on TV Asahi's Music Station show on 9 November.

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It is unclear when exactly Jimin wore the shirt in question, but pictures of him in it started circulating online in October. Jimin is reported to have worn the t-shirt on the anniversary of the end of the occupation in August, but the images went viral this week.

Japan became the first nation to suffer an atomic bombing on 6 August 1945, at Hiroshima. Meanwhile, last month, South Korea's court ruled that Japan must compensate Korean victims of forced wartime labor from World War Two for the unfair labor.

Now, after BTS's incident with "Music Station", these netizens are more aggravated than ever regarding IZ*ONE's ongoing, active promotions in Korea.

A photograph has been widely circulated on Japanese social media sites.

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