The First Korean Celebrity With Coronavirus (COVID-19) Has Been Confirmed

He’s the first Korean celebrity confirmed to have the virus.

The first Korean celebrity that has tested positive for Coronavirus (COVID-19) has been confirmed to be Supernova‘s Yunhak.

On April 3, it was confirmed by his agency, SV Records, that he tested positive for the virus and is currently receiving treatment at a hospital in Seoul.

On March 24, Yunhak returned to Korea from Japan after completing his schedule, and 2 days ago on April 1, he tested positive for the Coronavirus.

The result from his test showed he had a mild case of the virus, and he is currently hospitalized to receive treatment. We think it will be possible for him to recover quickly because the symptoms he is showing are light.

We will halt all of his scheduled activities for a while and focus on treatment and recovery.

— SV Records

Yunhak returned to Korea on March 24, and first reported symptoms on March 27. He was tested for the Coronavirus on March 31, and received a positive result on April 1. He has been hospitalized at the Seoul Medical Center while the local authorities have been working to track the locations of places he visited since his arrival in Korea.

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Yunhak has been mainly promoting in Japan for the last several years. He was also preparing to debut a new boy group as part of the Korean-Japanese joint audition program G-EGG, as he is a producer for the show.

Source: SPO TV and TV Report