Right after stories in the Korean media about Jimin of BTS getting his condominium seized simply because he didn’t fork out his well being insurance premiums, the K-pop group’s company has launched a statement to clarify issues.
Biz Hankook described on Sunday (Apr 24) that Jimin’s apartment at Nine 1 Hannam in Seoul, South Korea, had been seized by the National Wellbeing Coverage Assistance on Jan 25 due to unpaid health insurance policy rates. The publication included that Jimin experienced been given four created notices with regards to the seizure.
Later that working day, Massive Hit New music responded by indicating that the difficulty arose from the company’s “negligence” as some mail had unintentionally been left out whilst becoming forwarded to the artistes’ dorms.
The statement extra: “Due to Jimin’s pursuits overseas beginning at the end of final calendar year, his extended interval of relaxation, and his scheduled things to do abroad soon after that, he was unaware of matters such as (his premiums) remaining overdue. As quickly as he identified out, he compensated the arrears in complete, and at existing, the situation has been resolved.”
“We apologise for the truth that we have presented the artiste and followers trigger for problem due to our company’s carelessness.”
In accordance to Biz Hankook, Jimin’s condominium was released on Apr 22.
The singer bought the condominium final May well for all-around 5.9 billion won (US$4.7 million).