BTS fans, better known as ARMY, hold photos of their favourite BTS members in front of the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles last year for the American Music Awards. Some overseas fans of the K-pop band have made donations to Korean survivors of wartime sexual slavery, known as ‘comfort women’. Photo: AFP-Yonhap

K-pop band BTS’ international ARMY show support for wartime sex slaves

Fans of the supergroup make generous donations to help elderly Koreans forced to be ‘comfort women’ to Japanese soldiers in the second world war

Topic |   K-pop, Mandopop and other Asian pop

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BTS fans, better known as ARMY, hold photos of their favourite BTS members in front of the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles last year for the American Music Awards. Some overseas fans of the K-pop band have made donations to Korean survivors of wartime sexual slavery, known as ‘comfort women’. Photo: AFP-Yonhap
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