On November 4, BTS fans rage at widespread panic after the media reported on Jungkook's involvement in a November 2 car accident. Of course, the members of ARMY were worried about the well-being of the singer "Euphoria" and supported each other as they patiently waited for more news directly from Big Hit Entertainment. Fortunately, hours after the initial report, the company released an official statement regarding the Jungkook road accident. And while the BTS member appears to have pleaded guilty, neither party appears to have received major injuries.
Jungkook from BTS reports a car accident
According to Time magazine, Segye Ilbo's initial report revealed that Jungkook had been investigated by Seoul police for a car accident on Saturday, November 2. his Mercedes-Benz when he hit a taxi in Seoul. And although police were unable to confirm further details, Time noted that the incident was described as minor because it did not cause significant damage to people and property.
Meanwhile, The Korea Herald shared that a BTS member had violated a traffic law that caused a car crash in the Hanam-dong neighborhood. The report also stated that Jungkook was not drunk at the time of the accident. In the end, neither Jungkook nor the taxi driver were seriously injured. But both sides suffered bruising and were treated at the hospital.
Big Hit Entertainment Officially Announces Jungkook Car Accident
Following Segye Ilbo's article, Big Hit Entertainment issued a statement acknowledging the violation of the Jungkook Road Traffic Act, according to Sompie Translation from the Nussen edition.
"Police have not yet finalized this case, so we cannot reveal the exact details, but Jungkook was driving his car last week when he had a slight collision with another vehicle because of his own mistake," reads the statement. "Both the victim and Jungkuk have not received major injuries."
Big Heath then confirmed that the Jungcock car accident had been resolved.
"Yungkuk admitted to violating the Road Traffic Act immediately after the accident," Big Hit's statement continued. "The scene of the incident was authorized and the police questioning was completed in accordance with due process and a peace agreement was reached after the victim. Once again, we apologize to the victim and also apologize for causing the fans concern. ”
BTS fans respond to social media accident
Naturally, BTS fans were shocked when they learned about the minor Jungkook car accident, but some fans remind others that road accidents happen quite often – only Jungkook is in the public eye.
"I read this as", a 22-year-old young man falls into a mudguard. I happen to be known for "just calm down," a Reddit fan explained. "Helps put things into perspective."
"Sounds minor, and accidents happen at his age," another Redditor wrote. "We hope he and the other driver are okay and the bruises aren't too painful!"
Meanwhile, after Big Hit's statement and Jungkook's confirmation of goodness, ARMY began to shed light on the situation.
A fan shared the song about traffic safety by BTS from 2016 on Twitter. "Safety first, safety second, cool third!
Another user wrote: " Jungkook owns a Mercedes Benz has a black credit card (for which you must earn at least $ 1 million / year. And spend at least $ 100,000 / year), there are clothes, which each costs my entire semester a tuition fee, buys billions of dollars worth of apartments while I think three times before I buy candy. ”
But for the most part, everyone seems relieved. Jungkook is doing well.
"Seeing the words " jungkook "and" accident " in the same tweet was very stressful for 5 seconds," ARMY tweeted.
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