Table Tennis, Bts, Shin Yu-Bin, Shin Yubin

Table Tennis, Bts

BTS member V expresses support to South Korean table tennis star Shin Yu-bin

b|South Korean table tennis teen phenomenon Shin Yu-bin received a special message from BTS member V supporting her Olympic bid.

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Shin, the youngest ever Korean Olympic table tennis player at 17, is a self-proclaimed BTS fan and V is her favourite among the group’s members.

b|South Korean table tennis teen phenomenon Shin Yu-bin received a special message from BTS member V supporting her Olympic bid.

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