BTS’ own Jungkook got into some trouble with the law this past weekend. The singer was involved in a traffic accident in his native South Korea after his Mercedes Benz crashed into a taxi. No serious injuries were reported with both sides sustaining minor bruises.

BBC News told Jungkook’s agency Big Hit Entertainment that the artist was brought in by police for questioning, where he admitted to having caused the accident. "We once again apologize to the victim," his management said in a statement. "And we also express apologies for causing concern to fans."

Jungkook cooperated with the authorities and reached a settlement with the taxi driver. No property or human damage was made in the accident, USA Today reports.

The news has just been out one day after BTS scored a huge win at the MTV Europe Music Awards in Spain. The band was recently reunited after a brief hiatus where they received awards for Best Live Artist and Biggest Fans.

BTS has been hitting the waves worldwide after its formation in 2013. Since then, the boy band has had global hits like “Mic Drop”, “DNA”, “Fake Love”, and their most recent single, “A Brand New Day”. They wrapped their “Love Yourself” World Tour this past spring and in August, announced on Twitter that they would go on a break to refuel and collect themselves as artists.

In the statement, it read: "This period of rest will be an opportunity for the members of BTS, who have relentlessly driven themselves towards their goal since their debut, to recharge and prepare to present themselves anew as musicians and creators. This will also provide them with a chance to enjoy the ordinary lives of young people in their 20s, albeit briefly."

Outside of the band, members like Jungkook have also taken on solo projects, with the 22-year-old singing the song “Euphoria” for the band’s latest album compilation “Love Yourself: Answer” that was part of the season finale of HBO’s “Euphoria”.

BTS performs onstage during the Billboard Music Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 20, 2018, in Las Vegas. Getty Images/Kevin Winter