Antisemitism in K-pop? Twice's Chaeyoung apologizes over swastika t-shirt days after wearing Qanon top

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA: K-pop sensation recently received criticism for wearing t-shirts featuring Nazi and QAnon emblems. The 23-year-old Son Chae-young, better known by her stage name Chaeyoung, has subsequently admitted that she was unaware of the significance of those symbols and has apologized on Instagram for her poor fashion choices.

Chaeyoung, a member of the renowned , shared a photo of herself wearing and Sid Vicious of the Sex Pistols. She removed the image and in its place when her fans pointed out the objectionable content. This apology comes only a few days after she received a similar backlash for wearing a top featuring QAnon symbols. Chaeyoung donned a cropped blouse with a Q-shaped cutout of the American flag and an excerpt of the phrase "Where we go one, we go all" during TWICE's performance on MBC's 'Show! Music Core' over the weekend.