Bang Si-Hyuk, the mastermind behind global sensation BTS, has acquired a stunning mansion in Los Angeles previously owned by comedian Trevor Noah. The Bel Air estate, designed by architect Mark Rios, sits on a 0.98-acre lot and was initially sold to the "Daily Show" star for $27.5 million, according to Dirt. However, Bang purchased it for $26.4 million.
The fact that Bang Si-hyuk opened the exit has nothing to do with his (Seoul National University) ties (connections). Taking into account the history created by SM and the future that he [Bang Si-hyuk] can create with SM, his [Lee Soo-man]'s only thought was the value of SM.
Like how other rookie idols go through hard times during debut season, BTS also struggled when they debuted last 2013. Not many people supported them and shown a lot of attention, but these celebrities supported them since the beginning.