BTS Have Reportedly Signed With A Major Japanese Entertainment Company

The agency is home to many famous Japanese actors.

Big Hit Entertainment has reportedly finalized a business partnership with Japanese entertainment agency Tristone Entertainment on behalf of BTS.


Tristone Entertainment is home to many big name actors, including Shun OguriKei TenakaGo Ayano, and Kentaro Sakaguchi.


BTS fans may be familiar with “Don’t Leave Me”, the theme song BTS sang for the Japanese remake of Signal, Kentaro Sakaguchi starred in. The actor also attended BTS’s Japanese fan meeting in Yokohama and met them backstage.


BTS’s photo has been added to Tristone Entertainment’s official website, under the “musicians” category.


News of BTS’s signing has some fans wondering if they have broken their ties with Universal Music Japan, but there has been no indication that BTS or Big Hit Entertainment have left the agency. So far, Big Hit Entertainment has not made an announcement regarding their partnership with Tristone Entertainment, but they may soon.


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