BTS member Jimin’s home in Seoul was reportedly quickly seized just lately due to unpaid medical health insurance premiums. After a report emerged on Sunday, BTS’ company Big Hit Music issued a press release apologising for the ‘firm’s negligence’. The assertion additionally added that Jimin was ‘unaware of issues being overdue’. (Also Read | BTS: Jimin’s first-ever K-drama OST With You from Our Blues is out, fan says ‘his voice is starlight incarnate’. Watch)

Biz Hankook reported that the National Health Insurance Service seized Jimin’s Nine One Hannam home in Seoul earlier this yr on January 25 because the singer did not pay his medical health insurance premiums. As per the report, Jimin acquired 4 separate notices in regards to the seizure. It was finally lifted on April 22 after he paid the premiums. Jimin bought the condo for 5.9 billion gained (roughly 36 crore) in May final yr.

“Regarding this matter, the corporate is the primary to obtain all mail that arrives on the artists’ dorms, and within the means of relaying it to the artist, a portion of the mail was omitted by mistake. Due to Jimin’s actions overseas beginning on the finish of final yr, his prolonged interval of relaxation, and his scheduled actions overseas after that, he was unaware of issues resembling (his premiums) being overdue. As quickly as he discovered, he paid the arrears in full, and at current, the scenario has been resolved. We apologise for the truth that we’ve given the artist and followers trigger for concern due to our firm’s negligence,” Soompi reported, citing Big Hit’s assertion.

Jimin together with different BTS members–RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, V and Jungkook, held concert events in Los Angeles in December final yr. It was adopted by a quick break, throughout which Jimin contracted Covid-19 and likewise underwent surgical procedure. The members additionally held concert events again to again in March and April in Seoul and Las Vegas respectively.

Meanwhile, Jimin debuted with With You, his first-ever OST, for the Ok-drama Our Blues. Released on Sunday, the music additionally featured Ha Sung Woon, former HOTSHOT and Wanna One member and Jimin’s pal.

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