"We will continue to make every effort to enable us to meet fans while offering good music and performances", it said.
The Korean Peninsula was colonized by Japan from 1910 to 1945, and was only liberated after the allies defeated Japan at the end of WWII.
"We have seen news that a t-shirt worn by one of the members has set off a furor and after asking their record company about this, we made the decision to postpone their appearance on our November 9 show", TV Asahi network said on its website.
It is printed with the English words "Patriotism", "Our History", "Liberation" and "Korea" and features reproductions of two photographs: one showing Koreans celebrating and the other showing the mushroom cloud of the atomic bomb that...
The shirt is still available for purchase online.
Japan, meanwhile, became the only nation to have experienced a nuclear attack when the United States dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagaski killing an estimated 200,000-plus people at the end of WWII.
Hundreds of thousands of people were killed instantly and many more died in the years to come as a result of radiation sickness.
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There are conflicting reports as to when exactly Jimin wore the shirt. Jimin is reported to have worn the t-shirt on the anniversary of the end of the occupation in August, but the images went viral this week.
Photos of Jimin in the shirt started to gain traction on social media in early November.
Jimin, 23, was reportedly photographed wearing the shirt a year ago on 15 August, when Koreans mark the anniversary of the end of the Japanese occupation.
"A-bomb t-shirt" was one of the top trending topics on Twitter Friday morning.
"Don't be sad, this is not your fault, the [tense relations] between both countries is beyond your control".
"What's so wrong about Koreans commemorating National Liberation Day?" said another Korean user on Twitter.
Last month, Tokyo reacted furiously after South Korea's top court ordered a Japanese steel giant to compensate victims of wartime forced labor programs.