BTS Member Jungkook's Accident Case Reaches Formal Closure, Fans Rejoice On Twitter


BTS' Jungkook finally got a sigh of relief as his taxi accident case reached a formal closure. This news left the BTS Army extremely happy. Take a look.

Written By Tanvi Dhote | Mumbai | Updated On:

BTS’ Jungkook’s taxi accident case has been brought to a formal closure. BTS ARMY is celebrating the fact that Jungkook’s case will not go for a legal trial anymore. Read on to know more details about this story.

Jungook’s taxi accident case closed

BTS group member Jungkook shocked the BTS Army when the details of his taxi accident case came to light. The BTS Army was quick to support Jungkook. Now, according to a media portal’s report, Jungkook’s Seoul accident case has reached a formal closure.

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According to the report, Seoul Prosecution Office has acquitted the BTS member’s case. The accident involving Jungkook took place back in October 2019. Jungkook’s car had hit a taxi near Hannam-dong. It was later revealed that the accident was committed because the BTS member violated traffic laws.

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Shortly after the accident, Jungkook had already reached a quick settlement with the victim involved. This car accident case reached a formal closure after the prosecution office received anonymous judgment votes form a jury of citizens. This formal closure has made the BTS Army extremely happy. Take a look at their reactions here.

Fan Reactions

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Image Courtesy: BTS Official Instagram



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