Jun So Min Halts Filming For New Drama After Testing Positive For COVID-19
Jun So Min has been diagnosed with COVID-19 amidst filming for her upcoming drama “Cleaning Up.”
On March 22, Jun So Min’s agency King Kong by Starship officially announced, “Jun So Min has been diagnosed with COVID-19. She will be released from quarantine on March 24.”
The agency added, “[Jun So Min] previously received two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, and she does not have any particular symptoms at present.”
The actress is currently in the midst of filming the upcoming JTBC drama “Cleaning Up,” a Korean remake of the British television series of the same name. She will resume filming for the drama, which will also star Na In Woo, Yum Jung Ah, Lee Moo Saeng, and Kim Jae Hwa, following the end of her mandatory quarantine period.
According to King Kong by Starship, Jun So Min’s COVID-19 diagnosis will not affect her filming schedule for SBS’s “Running Man.”
Wishing Jun So Min a speedy recovery!
Watch Jun So Min in her latest drama “Show Window: The Queen’s House” with subtitles below: