NCTzens Trend #GetWellSoonHaechan Following News Of His Health Related Pause In Activities

We hope he gets better soon!

On January 6, KST, SM Entertainment shared that NCT‘s Haechan will not participate in upcoming schedules for the foreseeable future following a hospital visit for heart palpitations, discomfort, and more.

NCT’s Haechan | @NCT_Dream/Instagram


We would like to let the fans know about Haechan’s health situation and his inability to participate in his schedules. Haechan has recently experienced symptoms of increased heart rate, feelings of irritating discomfort, and more. He went to the hospital with his manager to get consulted and examined, and the doctor recommended that he receive treatment and rest.

As Haechan’s recovery is the most important, we are planning to not have him participate in schedules for the time being and focus on recovering his health through rest.

Haechan has decided to not participate in the schedules starting next week, and we will let you know when we confirm to resume his schedules later on. We want to relay his sincere apology for worrying the fans, and we ask for the fans to understand that this was a decision made for Haechan’s health.

Our company will do our best to support Haechan so that he can meet his fans again when he’s healthier.

Thank you.

— SM Entertainment

Following this statement, Dreammaker USA, the company organizing NCT 127‘s upcoming North American and Latin American tours, released their own statement on his participation.

| @dreammaker_usa/Twitter

Please be informed that HAECHAN will not be able to participate in the NCT 127 2ND TOUR ‘NEO CITY: USA & LATIN AMERICA — THE LINK’ due to health issues.

Therefore, 8 members will participate in USA/LATIN AMERICA concerts as scheduled. We ask for your kind understanding.

Thank you.

Fans immediately took to Twitter to share their well-wishes for Haechan and hopes he will get better soon!

Fans previously called out SM about Haechan and fellow member Mark’s jam-packed schedules, with fans describing their treatment as “not normal” and showing concern for their well-being.

We hope he gets well soon!


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