Why BTS RM Initially Chose Not To Buy His Own Home: Report

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The seven members of BTS are some of the wealthiest K-pop idols today. Their group is even reportedly, in fact, the highest-earning K-pop act in the world.

This makes most people think that the idols would splurge and invest in several things to expand their assets. Accordingly, it is only sensible for them to purchase properties of their own.

The case is different, however, for RM. As it happened, he initially chose not to have his own property, and fans seemingly “adored” him for his reason, according to Day Day News.

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RM Did Not Initially Want To Buy His Own Property

Over the years, most of the members of BTS have already bought and sold hefty properties across South Korea. But, RM decided not to buy one at first until recently.

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The publication claimed that the group’s leader never takes material things “very lightly.” He is reportedly not materialistic, or into splurging tons of money for things.

But, aside from this perspective, RM allegedly believed that it would not be practical because of their hectic schedule. As asserted, he would have no time and energy to enjoy what he would purchase because of all their commitments.

The outlet noted, nevertheless, that he had arranged a new home for his parents.

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BTS Members' Luxury Unit In Hannam The Hill

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It is also worth noting that the seven K-pop idols still live under one roof. They have a dedicated luxurious apartment, wherein they spend all their time together, if not on engagements and performance.

Lifestyle Asia previously said that the unit is in Hannam The Hill, which is one of the most high-end apartment complexes in South Korea. It is reportedly worth over $6.5 million and spans more than 300 square meters.

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He Is Now Neighbors With Co-Member Jimin

Earlier in 2021, though, RM made a property purchase, alongside Jimin, in the Nine One Hannam complex. He shelled out over $5.6 million in cash for the unit, which houses a total of 293.93 square meters of space.

The BTS member was said to have closed the deal in March of 2021. He received the official deed of sale with a seal of his name two months later.

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