A former employee of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs tries to sell BTS’s Jungkook hat. Jungkook is the youngest member of the South Korean boy band BTS. He is the vocalist of the group. Recently a former employee of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs tried to sell Jungkook’s hat.
The employee tried to sell the hat for 10 million won. BTS’s Jungkook has an extreme fan following that intrigued the previous Foreign Ministry employee to take this step.
The person claimed that Jungkook left the hat in the waiting area when BTS went to the Passport Division to get their passports and now they own them because nobody called or came to claim it for six months after it came recorded as lost property.
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However, it was discovered that neither the National Police Agency nor the Ministry of Foreign Affairs had received a report of the hat as lost.
The individual took down the post once he started to gain controversy and surrendered himself to the police in Yongin City of Gyeonggi Province.
Korean media reported that the police said, “We charged A with theft of lost items. We completed the investigations and A admitted the allegations. We are continuing to look at the legal basis if we should instead charge him with occupational theft.”
Later, BTS’ agency HYBE Entertainment also gave an announcement that Jungkook had certainly lost his hat at that place (Ministry of Foreign Affairs). As a result of the online sales post, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs received plenty of criticism but, it was later confirmed that the person who posted the article is no longer their employee.
With BTS, Jungkook recorded three solo songs, “Begin” in 2016, “Euphoria” in 2018, and “My Time” in 2020, all of which reached the top 100 on the Gaon Digital Chart in Korea. ‘Lower.
He was also part of the American singer-songwriter Charlie PuthThe 2022 song “Left and Right,” which peaked at number 22 on the US Billboard Hot 100. In 2019, at the MTV Millennial Awards Jungkook won the title of Global Instagrammer.