K-pop agency RBW apologies over artist outfit that featured a Nazi emblem

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“We deeply consider our failure to pay close attention”

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K-pop company RBW has apologized after one of its cast members was seen wearing a dress with a Nazi symbol.

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Earlier this week, the K-pop agency released images of the group PURPLE KISS from a recent photoshoot for their 2022 season greeting package. However, the company soon came under fire when fans noticed that Goen, a member of the organization, was wearing what looked like the Partiedler insignia, which was used by the Nazi Party.


RBW has since apologized to the organization in a statement posted on PURPLE KISS’ Official Fan Cafe Website, “We would like to express our deepest apologies for causing trouble with the Goan’s organization for the very best of the 2022 season,” RBW said, translated as koreabu, “We apologize for any inconvenience caused by not conducting adequate inspections on all clothing and accessories in advance.”

“All responsibility for the above lies with us as the agency of the artist, which failed to review the organization in detail, and we reflect deeply on our failure to pay close attention,” it added. “Keeping in mind that all the content we create and share affects many people, we will ensure that all of our employees will pay more attention to historical issues in the future.”

RBW also Goeun. re-released images of, edited with Partiedler insignia.

PURPLE KISS made its debut earlier this year with the mini-album ‘Into Violet’, which included the songs ‘Ponza’ and ‘Can We Talk Again’. In September, the girl group released their second mini-album ‘Hide and Seek’.

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