BigHit Entertainment took to Twitter Monday night to update fans on BTS’s status, after the group had been forced to cancel a scheduled concert in Kobe, Japan on December 27 due to Suga and V experiencing dizziness.
The agency largely reiterated what they had initially said on December 27, and stated that after returning to Korea on December 28, Suga and V underwent a detailed medical examination, after which they confirmed that nothing is wrong.
While the group is currently resting, BigHit stated that BTS, according to the group’s wishes, will be carrying out their scheduled activities as planned.
Read the full statement below.
“Hello, this is BigHit Entertainment.
“Today (December 28), the BTS members all returned to Korea, and Suga and V received detailed medical examinations at a hospital. The results show that there are no problems, and the other members are fine as well; everyone has returned to their dorm and they are currently resting.
“According to the members’ wishes, BTS will be attending all planned year-end award shows, fan signings, music shows, and other activities, after which they will wrap up promotions for ‘The Most Beautiful Moment in Life Pt. 2.’
“Once again, we sincerely apologize for worrying fans and all those that came to see the concert. We will be returning in good health.
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