Jimin BTS made a post on Weverse to support the I’m Sorry Jung In’s campaign, which is trending in South Korea with a heartbreaking story.
On January 3, 2021, at night KST, BTS’s Jimin made a post on the Weverse app with an apology.
“Jungin-ah, I’m sorry,” he wrote.
It writes in the plain recovered font on a plain black background.
Initially, this post made by Jimin made his fans all over the world wonder about the meaning of his apology.
But fans or ARMY finally know the reason, and it’s heartbreaking for anyone who hears it.
Jimin wisely used his platform to join the ‘I’m sorry, Jung In-ah’ campaign, which is trending in South Korea.
Previously, SBS aired a program named Unanswered Questions, which was an episode that discussed Jungin.
Jung In is a 16-month-old baby who died last year after being abused by her adoptive parents.
The Korea Child Abuse Prevention Association recommended the # Sorry_Jungin-ah trend, and it has spread on social media.
Jimin is one of the many people in South Korea who is helping this campaign trending in real-time.
This trend aims to gain the attention and self-awareness of international fans and prevent child abuse.
It makes the trend trending in real-time on Twitter.
According to reports, Jungin’s adoptive mother abused Jungin a month after her adoption.
He died in 2020 in the emergency room at the age of 16 months.
The adoptive parents claimed the baby died was accidental, but the medical staff claimed that it constituted child abuse or violence.
Jung In’s body covers with bruises, several of his small bones broken, and his stomach covers with blood due to organ damage.
Many feel sad when they hear this news. No child deserves to suffer like that.
BTS’s Jimin fans are increasingly spreading awareness about this sad news on social media.
They believe it is never too late and all children must be protected from such cruelty.
In South Korea, many people have signed the petition, while there are many avenues to support it for people outside South Korea.
Jimin’s deeds get a lot of praise for using the platform very wisely.