Jungkook BTS is ‘acclaimed’ when using fashion to support the LGBTQIA community +

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When it comes to BTS, it is undeniable that they are all fashion legends.

Each member has their own style that showcases their own individuality but also works cohesively with the rest of the team.

Since their debut, the fashion sense of the BTS boys has grown and continues to receive love from netizens around the world.

One person who always attracts attention with his style is the maknae Jungkook.

Throughout the years, the idol has demonstrated his unique fashion sense and continues to influence ARMY with his variety and looks that combine minimalism and personality.

Recently, Jungkook’s outfit that caused everyone to talk about was in a photo taken with Jay Park.

Although the image itself has caused mixed reactions, one thing’s for sure it’s not about Jungkook’s style.

In the photo, Jungkook looks just as stunning as ever, wearing a white shirt and ponytail.

Even though it was just a simple look, Jungkook made it look like he was about to hit the catwalk.

However, it seems that Jungkook’s clothing preferences are more than just fashion and the idol has actually helped promote a brand that advocates for a good cause.

In the photo, Jungkook is wearing an AJO AJOBYAJO Oversize Mixed T-shirt.

The reason why the brand gets so much attention is because of its core message and ethos.

Korea is still an extremely conservative culture, especially when it comes to gender issues.

AJOBYAJO is one of the few fashion brands in Korea promoting the LGBTQIA+ identity.

Their ethos aims to not only introduce this community to the masses, but also try and educate them.

In particular, the brand has also cooperated with Neon Milk, a program production group with famous artists such as Bambi, Nana…

The brand itself even thanked Jungkook for wearing their products. In an Instagram post, the fashion brand retweeted a photo of Jungkook and Jay Park with the caption, “Thank you, BTS Jungkook.”

When some ARMYs realized the message behind Jungkook’s outfit choices, they couldn’t help but praise the idol.

Of course, this isn’t the first time Jungkook has worn the brand. Since 2018, ARMYs have seen Jungkook wear AJOBYAJO’s clothes and show his support for the brand’s cause, even in the smallest of ways.

Of course, this isn’t the first time Jungkook has worn the brand. Since 2018, ARMYs have seen Jungkook wear AJOBYAJO’s clothes and show his support for the brand’s cause, even in the smallest of ways.

Considering the view of gender in Korea, even the smallest act can change people’s psyche a lot.

Once again, Jungkook proves that fashion can make a difference and even though he’s not actively promoting the brand, ARMYs now have a better understanding of the brand and the good they do for the community. LGBTQI+ community.