Korean BTS ARMY was upset after a shrine in Japan used pictures of the boy band to lure civilians, netizen said: “They screwed up”

Korean BTS ARMY Express Displeasure At Shrine With Boy Band Photos Scattered Over It, Netizen Calls It A Way To Make Money!
Korean netizens in shock on hearing about a BTS shrine in Japan (Photo Credit – BTS official/Instagram; Allkpop/Twitter)

Bangtan Boys aka BTS have a huge following around the world, all credit goes to their soulful songs and mind boggling grooves. By keeping the whole world aside and focusing on a specific country except anime, the Korean boy band has managed to win millions of hearts in Japan as well.

For the inexperienced, the South Korean boy band formed in 2010 and debuted in 2013 under the Big Hit Entertainments banner. The band consists of 7 members, V, Jungkook, RM, Suga, J-Hope, Jin, Jimin.

Speaking of the latest scoop on the guys, following BTS fans can sometimes go a long way. Such an incident is now the talk of the town in both Japan and Korea. According to Korean netizens, a shrine is said to be dedicated to the boys in Japan. Yes, you heard that completely right.

According to the Korean netizens, there is a BTS shrine in Japan, which has displayed photos of all members of the band near it to lure the citizens of Japan. Not only this, the prayer sessions at the shrine are priced at 5000 Yen. Talking about the sanctuary is located near a beach at the Izu Dog Resort. To the unknown, the shrine is actually dedicated to Guanyin, who is said to be one of the bodhisattvas associated with compassion.

The Korean internet users have now taken it to their Twitter address to express their dismay at the shrine using the boy band’s images to save money.

Check out our netizens and their Twitter reactions!

What do you think about the Japanese shrine using BTS images, would you visit it and pay 5000 yen? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

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