Jungkook’s maternal grandmother’s house in Busan becomes a “tourist spot”; locals complain as fans flock to the venue


BTS is famous all over the world. ARMY cherish every occasion and landmark connected to the septet but they know how to respect their privacy. We haven’t heard of how fans showed up outside their homes or flocked to relatives to get a glimpse of their bias. BTS fans have expressed their anger at a local welfare center in Busan’s Yeonje district for marking Jungkook’s maternal grandmother’s house as one of the attractions there. She lived in Yeonsan Village. The new map released by the Yeonje District Community Safety Council which featured major attractions, schools, public parks and others also included her grandmother’s former residence. But the lady does not live there. Read also – BTS: Seven-time Grammy winner Mike Dean apologizes to the Bangtan Boys after hounding them for their artistry

Soon the crowds started pouring in to get clicked photos next to the house. This seems to have caused some discomfort to local residents. Later it was revealed that they had not taken permission to make the place a tourist house. None of their relatives knew anything about it. Fans are annoyed and criticized the people who did this… Read also – BTS: Jimin wants SUGA alias Min Yoongi to get married soon? The latter wishes a driving wedding in Las Vegas – read funny details

Jungkook is the only BTS member who has not yet received COVID-19. He said he was a super anti-body. BTS Jungkook is set to fly to the United States in April for the 2022 Grammys. He will also perform with the others at four concerts in Las Vegas. Also Read – Harnaaz Kaur Sandhu Rules Hearts: 7 Reasons Why Miss Universe Is One Of India’s Most Popular Beauty Queens In Recent Memory

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