Yoo In Na And Ahn Bo Hyun Test Negative For COVID-19;

Yoo In Na and Ahn Bo Hyun have both tested negative for COVID-19.

On December 1, Yoo In Na did not attend the online press conference for her upcoming film “New Year Blues.” A representative of her agency YG Entertainment stated, “Yoo In Na has not felt well since yesterday, so she decided not to participate in the ‘New Year Blues’ press conference that she was scheduled to attend. In order to be prepared for all possibilities, she has undergone testing for COVID-19.”

The production staff of “New Year Blues” similarly confirmed, “Yoo In Na has a mild fever, so she is resting at home and not participating in any promotions for the time being. As a precautionary measure, she underwent testing for COVID-19 and did not participate in today’s press conference.”

Later that day, YG Entertainment announced, “Yoo In Na’s COVID-19 test results have come back negative.”

Meanwhile, Ahn Bo Hyun’s upcoming drama “Undercover” (literal title) announced that because the travel route of one of its staff members had overlapped with that of a confirmed COVID-19 patient, they had decided to temporarily halt filming as a precautionary measure.

The producers of “Undercover” stated, “We are halting filming on December 1, and the cast and crew, along with the [cast’s] managers, will all be tested for COVID-19.” They also urged the entire cast and crew to self-quarantine at home for the time being following their testing.

Ahn Bo Hyun’s agency FN Entertainment also revealed that the actor had already been tested for COVID-19 due to circumstances unrelated to “Undercover.”

A representative of the agency explained, “[Ahn Bo Hyun] underwent testing after he learned that he had come into contact with a staff member who was a confirmed COVID-19 patient while working on another production aside from ‘Undercover.’ His test results came back negative.”

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