Big Hit Entertainment Warns Against Unauthorized BTS Publications
BTS‘s agency, Big Hit Entertainment, has released a new statement regarding the unauthorized use of BTS’s images and trademarks.
With BTS’s rise in popularity comes the rise of publications that claim to be officially authorized by the agency. In response, Big Hit Entertainment is advising fans and any related parties to take caution.
Please exercise caution in ensuring that you are not harmed by any attempts to commercialize these books and other publications.
— Big Hit Entertainment
The agency, known to take legal action against bootlegged merchandise and other goods, promises to continue to “vigorously monitor” unauthorized publications.
Read the full statement below:
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