EXO’s Lay Resumes Filming After Recovering From Injury
EXO’s Lay has returned to filming after his injury.
Lay was injured at the end of January while filming, due to a motorcycle accident. In order to receive treatment, he returned to Korea on February 1, and has been resting since. After a few days, since he showed improvement, he went back to Changsha, China for the Lunar New Year holiday.
According to the most recent report, Lay arrived in Hangzhou, China on February 10 in order to resume filming for his drama “Old Nine Gates.” While his injury is not completely healed, he is carefully filming, with the understanding that he doesn’t aggravate the injury.
EXO’s Lay, with his personal studio as the foundation, is currently active in China in many different fields, such as movies, dramas, and variety programs. He will play Er Yue Hong, a “female” Chinese opera singer by day and tomb robber by night, in his newest production, “Old Nine Gates,” which will be co-starred by William Chan as Zhang Qi Ling.