• Kyodo, Staff Report

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The talent agency that represents K-pop group BTS on Tuesday apologized over one of its members wearing an offensive T-shirt that depicted an atomic bomb exploding over Japan, and other members having earlier worn hats that carried the Nazi guard insignia.

In a statement, agency Big Hit Entertainment sincerely apologized for what happened and vowed to reach out to Japanese and Korean groups representing A-bomb survivors “in order to explain and apologize for the hurt caused.”

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