VICTON’s Agency Shares Statement On Han Seung Woo’s Health And Participation In Comeback Promotions
VICTON’s agency has released a statement regarding Han Seung Woo’s health as the group promotes their latest comeback.
The statement released on VICTON’s fan café on January 12 is as follows:
Hello. This is the Play M fan club manager.
I am writing regarding VICTON member Han Seung Woo’s absence from scheduled activities.
Since early January, ahead of the comeback, Han Seung Woo experienced intermittent symptoms such as headaches and muscle pain. After this, he was tested for COVID-19 and received a thorough examination. Following the examination, the specialist said that these appear to be symptoms caused by decreased immunity, and they advised paying close attention regarding his activities and the management of his health.
Therefore, we inform you that as our agency considers our artist’s health to be the top priority, whether or not he participates in scheduled activities or stage performances may change depending on the condition of his health.
As the artist strongly wants to take part in activities, he plans to be active with music show performances as the first priority, but we will issue separate notices in the case of changes to his schedule. We ask for your understanding.
We convey sincere apologies for concerning fans, who always love VICTON, and we will do our best to ensure our artist’s recovery and safety.
VICTON made a comeback on January 11 with their first full album “VOICE : The future is now” and its title track “What I Said.” Han Seung Woo sat out the group’s radio show appearances on January 12 due to his health. VICTON will stage their first music show performance of “What I Said” on “M Countdown” on January 14.