|▲ A warning on the health of K-POP stars, from Choi Byung-chan to Mina (Photo=Zenith News DB)|
[Zenith News=Byeon Jinhee] A warning on the health of K-POP stars who are loved by fans from all over the world has been issued. Fans are worried with the unfortunate news of the singers whom they are rooting for.
Yan An, who is a member of boy group PENTAGON that will make a comeback on the 17th will stop promotions due to health reasons. Their agency Cube Entertainment said “We are really sorry to deliver the unfortunate news to fans who have been waiting for their comeback. We will do our best so that Yan An can focus on recovery and treatment.”
On the 11th, the news of boy group VICTON’s member, Choi Byung-chan who was performing on the popular Mnet broadcast, 'Produce X 101' suffering an injury has been delivered too. On this day, Choi Byung-chan was absent in the morning during the pre-recording of the special stages for ‘M Countdown,’ which made national producers worried.
Then, the agency has taken on the issue belatedly. Play M Entertainment said “His chronic disease, Achilles Tendinitis has worsened recently and despite participating in practice and the contests while being treated for the psychological pressure, it has become very hard for him to keep being on the program,” they explained. “We are really sorry to deliver the news that he's leaving the program to the fans who gave a lot of support, the production crew, fellow trainees and national producers. We will spare no cost in supporting Choi Byung-chan so that he can focus on taking a rest and receiving treatment for a while,” delivering the news.
And then, the news that Mina, a member of girl group TWICE who are performing in Korea and overseas will not take part in the world tour was announced. On the 11th, TWICE's agency, JYP Entertainment said "Mina is suffering from sudden extreme anxiety and insecurity toward standing on stage. The exact diagnosis hasn't been confirmed and we are identifying it through various medical institutions," announcing the reason for absence.
Hyungwon of MONSTA X who are currently busy with their world tour will not participate in the live broadcast of the British broadcast, ‘Good Morning Britain’ which was planned on the 11th (local time).’ Starship Entertainment said “Due to sudden symptoms of flu, he was moved to a nearby hospital for a check-up and was treated. As the doctor advised him to take a rest, we are planning to take care of his health while he is taking a rest today.”
Starting with a concert in Seoul in April, MONSTA X is on a world tour consisting of 23 performances in 20 cities around Asia, Oceania, Europe and North and South America. Fans from all over the world are hoping that Hyungwon gets better soon.
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