Chaeyoung is a member of Twice, one of the most internationally successful K-pop groups. He has “sincerely apologized” for wearing a T shirt with a Nazi swastika on it.
Chaeyoung, 23 years old, was seen wearing a Tshirt featuring Sid Vicious (Sex Pistols) as the symbol.
The young South Korean Kpop star apologized to her 8.6 millions Instagram followers, stating that she didn’t “correctly recognize the meaning of the tilted Swastika on the T-shirt”.
“I deeply apologize for not thoroughly reviewing the statement, which caused concern. To prevent anything similar in the future, I will be paying full attention.
“Sincerely, apologise once again.”
This was the second controversy involving clothing for the vocalist in this week’s music.
According to reports, Chaeyoung was criticized for wearing a crop top that had the Qaon phrase, “Where we go one, and we go all” written across it.
It also featured an American flag in the form of a Q printed on its top.
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Twice, a nine-member Korean pop group, has enjoyed success both within and outside South Korea since 2015, when they debuted. Four of their albums reached the top 10 in the US.
Their first English-language single, The Feels was their first entry into the UK Singles Chart. It reached 80.
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Modern K-pop (Korean pop), grew exponentially over the past few decades.
Blackpink, a sister girl group, was the first Korean band to perform at the Coachella music festival in the United States. BTS, a seven-member boy group, became the very first Korean act ever to be no. 1 in the UK.