DIA’s Eunjin was recently rushed to a hospital during a comeback showcase for the group’s latest album “YOLO”. The idol reportedly suffered from breathing problems after taking a medicine. On April 19, DIA held a comeback showcase to promote its new album. From the beginning of its performance, fans actually have noticed that the girls looked pretty exhausted, especially Eunjin, who was seen having trouble with choreography. According to Korea Boo , Eunjin had to stop her performance after she was found having trouble breathing. The MCs of the event, Shannon and Kim Kwang Soo quickly informed audiences that Eunjin would not continue performing with the group since she had to be rushed to the hospital. They revealed Eunjin previously took a medicine without having her meal first. DIA members apologized to fans for the sudden turn of events. Huihyeon even explained that the group has been swamped with all of these comeback activities. She regretted that the group’s hectic schedule has cost Eunjin her health. DIA and MBK Entertainment promised to give a further update to fans regarding Eunjin’s condition. Fortunately, there’s nothing serious with Eunjin’s health. The idol was released from the hospital the next day. MBK Entertainment
This is probably a sad news for all fans of Yoo Ah In. The “Sungkyunkwan Scandal” actor is reportedly diagnosed with a bone tumor and has to postpone his military enlistment this year to treat his tumor. Yoo Ah In’s agency, UAA Entertainment, has released a statement regarding the actor’s condition. The agency also confirmed that Yoo Ah In is indeed suffering from a bone tumor. However, the management hasn’t yet to reveal whether Yoo Ah In is in a serious condition since it’s a sensitive matter for both Yoo and his family. Based on the statement, UAA urges fans and media to give Yoo some privacy. The actor who gained his popularity after starring in the drama “Secret Love Affair” has undergone several physical exams since December. According to Soompi , Yoo Ah In had suffered a shoulder injury while filming “Tough As Iron” movie. His shoulder injury gets worse since he filmed “Veteran”. Yoo Ah In’s medical advisor said that the tumor is benign and he’s waiting for another examination. UAA Management promises to release an official statement once a progress develops. Bone tumor commonly appears on the joints and it could spread to the bones and cartilage. If the condition
During the early 2000s, 5tion is popular South Korean pop group. The name of the group is pronounced as Ocean as a play on words with the Korean word for ‘5’ being ‘oh’. In 2004, ee yun and Hwang Sung-hwan (John) spun off into a project group called ‘After Rain’. Hwang Sung-hwan (John) departed and formed 2nise with Hojyeaon & Jogeun in mid-2010. 5tion made a comeback as a three-member group consisting of Hwan Sung-han (John), Lee Hyun & WooII, later in September 2010. Another comeback was made by the group in March 2012 with a new member roster and stage names, reuniting three original members (Oh Byung-jin, Lee Hyun & Son II-kwon) with two new members (LEN & Boseok). To reach out the international funbase the names of member were change to meet the foreign sounding. In Japan, the boy group 5tion met with a car accident, TrippedMedia reports. On January 14, 5tion was in Nagoya, Japan to perform a concert . After completion of the event, in order to perform their next concert, the group was travelling to Osaka. Due to snow covered road the car in which they were travelling met with an accident. During the time
Idols from Korea are very much dedicated towards their work and in the process they get injured sometimes. Here is the list of idols who hot injuered in year 2016. A Pink’s Namjoo A Pink’s Namjoo recently suffered from an ankle injury. On December 21, Plan A Entertainment announced that Namjoo injured her right ankle but she still somehow managed the finish the concerts on 17 th and 18 th as reported in allkpop .
Girl group Stellar have suffered an unfortunate accident on set. According to a music industry insider on July 8, Stellar suffered a car accident while filming their music video for their upcoming song. The accident occured while member Minhee was driving a Humvee, accidentally crashing into a fixed structure. The car was towed, filming was halted, and the members were rushed to the hospital for treatment. Thankfully, none of the members suffered any major injuries. Their agency has stated that the incident will not cause any delay in their upcoming plans. A few hours after the incident, member Gayoung posted on her Instagram , assuring fans that they were alright. The message reads, “You must have been worried reading the news. Don’t worry. We’re all fine. Even though a lot of things have happened while preparing the album, we’re still pushing through. I hope there will only be good things in the future…” Stellar is planning on holding a comeback sometime in mid-July.
According to Korean media outlet Yonhap News, Super Junior’s Kangin (31) is currently under investigation by police for being involved in a drunk driving incident. According to Seoul police, Kangin crashed his Mercedes Benz into a streetlight near a convenience store at approximately 2 a.m. on May 24. Police were dispatched to the scene as soon as the convenience store reported the incident, and based on a witness, Kangin’s car was the suspected to be the cause of the accident. Kangin reportedly parked his car in front of the convenience store at midnight, then left and returned two hours later, to when the accident occurred. According to Yonhap News, Kangin’s blood alcohol content was over .05 percent, which is above the limit for a driver’s license suspension. A police officer investigating the case stated, “According to estimates, Kangin’s blood alcohol content would have gone up even more after driving the car, but we are still currently investigating whether he was drunk or not.” This statement means that Kangin may have had unabsorbed alcohol in his stomach when he started driving. SM Entertainment, Kangin’s agency, has released an official statement on the incident, apologizing and stating that Kangin will put
On Jan. 31, EXO’s Lay reportedly hurt himself seriously while in the middle of a filmshoot. According to Chinese and Korea media outlets, Lay (Zhang Yixing) was injured when a motorcycle fell on the EXO member. He was taken to a hospital, and Lay’s representatives have stated he is currently resting. There was initial concern that the accident aggravated old back injuries, but Lay’s Chinese workshop reassured fans that it is not a serious injury to his back, reports SBS PopAsia. Lay is taking a hiatus while he recovers. While the EXO member is resting, and the film crew is rearranging matters so that he can rest for the time being. The accident occurred while Lay was in the middle of shooting the web drama, “Old Nine Gates.” He plays the role of Er Yue Hong in the series. Lay is currently pursuing solo activities in China, as many other EXO members continue to focus on solo activities within South Korea and overseas. The group is heading to North America later this month for several tour stops. It was previously revealed that Lay will not be attending the concert series, regardless of the recent injury. Lay is playing a
One of the male leads of Reply 1988 , Ryu Jun Yeol, was involved in a minor car accident while on the way to film the final episodes of the show. Fortunately, the actor was not hurt. On Jan. 11, an entertainment industry insider informed Korean media outlet Sports Daily, “Ryu Jun Yeol was heading to the filming location last weekend when the car accident occurred.” “Luckily, he was not hurt, and after clearing up the incident, he continued toward the filming location,” the insider concluded. An insider who works at Jun Yeol’s entertainment agency, C-JeS Entertainment, also reported on what happened. “There was a accident over the weekend, but it was only a minor fender-bender.” Fans of the show need not wait for the star to recover, according to the agency. “Since he didn’t need to go to the hospital, he just headed straight to the filming site.” With only two episodes left to go, the 20-episode drama is in the final stages of filming. Jun Yeol is scheduled to film every day until the final episodes are broadcast. Luckily, he was not injured in the car accident, so he will be able to continue filming throughout the until
At GOT7’s fan meeting in Manila, Phillipines on Saturday, the group were performing “A” when a sudden burst of fireworks at the front of the stage nearly hit member Choi Youngjae in the face. From the video , it seems like the group were not made aware of the stage pyrotechnics timing, since the other group members were also standing near the front of the stage. Ten seconds into another video of the incident taken from a different point of view, Youngjae is making a heart sign with his hands to the crowd and when the fireworks shoot up from below him. He then runs to the back of the stage hunched over while another member rushes to take care of him. Fortunately, the fireworks only dazed Youngjae for a short time, and he quickly regains his composure and runs back to the front of the stage, and continues singing the rest of the song. Luckily, Youngjae avoided suffering any injuries. After the fan meeting, Youngjae uploaded a video on Instagram letting fans know that was fine. The caption on the video translates to “It’s not me.. I’m fine haha”. This is not the first time an accident like this
The members of G-Friend are garnering attention from all over the world. A fan-shot video of the rookie K-pop girl group G-Friend performing went viral and gained international media attention following multiple stage incidents. The viral video, shot by a fan during the group’s performance of their song, “Me Gusta Tu,” at the SBS Live Radio Show on Sept. 5, shows members of the group falling multiple times due to slippery stage conditions. As the members of G-Friend slipped on stage over eight times, the women helped one another up and continued to perform “Me Gusta Tu.” Time, Mashable, Billboard, The Daily Mail, and multiple other international outlets covered the incident, praising the members of G-Friend for their composure. “Despite the blunders the girls regained their composure and carried on with their high-energy performance like true professionals,” wrote Time writer Helen Regan, “demonstrating to us all that no matter how many times life knocks you down, just get back up and carry on.” The fancam was viewed over 2 million times since it was uploaded on Sept. 5. Due to the rise in interest in G-Friend, the group’s July release, “Me Gusta Tu,” began to climb music charts, including Korea’s