Pledis Announces SEVENTEEN’s Jun Will Not Participate In Concert Due To Being Sick
Pledis Entertainment posted an official announcement on Twitter revealing that SEVENTEEN’s Jun would not be participating at the concert in San Jose due to a common cold.
They made this decision after seeking professional advice from a doctor and felt that adequate rest was what was needed for him.
The full statement is below:
Hello this is Pledis Entertainment. We regret to announce that JUN will not be participating in today’s SEVENTEEN WORLD TOUR <ODE TO YOU> IN SAN JOSE concert due to health reasons from a common cold. After taking the advice from a doctor, we have decided to make sure Jun has plenty of time to recover by taking a rest. We hope that you can understand this decision and we sincerely apologize for the sudden news and inconvenience. We will work hard to make sure he can return in good health for the fans. Thank you.
세븐틴 준 SEVENTEEN WORLD TOUR ＜ODE TO YOU＞ IN SAN JOSE 공연 불참 관련 안내
— 세븐틴(SEVENTEEN) (@pledis_17) January 22, 2020
After the announcement was released, the hashtag #GetWellSoonJun began trending in South Korea.
CARATS around the world posted get well wishes and messages of support for Jun.
get well soon my dearest🥺 i hope you don’t beat yourself up for not being able to attend today. your health always comes first. Carats will wait for you to recover ❤️ #GetWellSoonJun pic.twitter.com/2Tmh0aHHkk
— Sloane ♡💭| 759 days (@strwberryjunhui) January 22, 2020
Jun rarely gets sick and usually doesn’t miss any performances… And now he is 😭😭😭😭 I hope he’s doing fine😢. #GetWellSoonJun pic.twitter.com/aa6j7S6ow7
— J.KwonXuKim D-17 (@julesbellesari) January 22, 2020
@pledis_17 please don't get sick, stay hydrated, eat well, and don't forget to get enough sleep 💓#GetWellSoonJun pic.twitter.com/jbxNDuQjEs
— 𝗱𝗲𝗯𝗼𝗿𝗮 [SH] (@denjangjigae) January 22, 2020
You try to be okay but I know you're not okay. Please don't get hurt I feel so sad.
I hope you get better soon and don't forget to eat a lot.
I love u. We love u#GetWellSoonJunpic.twitter.com/O6tz4IH6Mi
— #2YA2YAO (@chida407) January 22, 2020
It’s okay bb. Take your time. Please eat something health. Sleep for 8 hours. Okay? I love you. #GetWellSoonJun pic.twitter.com/mNY7q6cljF
— jija🐸 | giveaway pinned (@jxunnie) January 22, 2020
SEVENTEEN is currently on their world tour and have begun concerts for 2020.
Jan. 10, Friday- New Jersey (Prudential Center)
Jan. 12, Sunday- Chicago (United Center)
Jan. 14, Tuesday- Dallas (Toyota Music Factory)
Jan. 15, Wednesday- Houston (Smart Financial Centre)
Jan. 17, Friday- Mexico City (Palacio de los Deportes)
Jan. 19, Sunday- Los Angeles (The Forum)
Jan. 21, Tuesday- San Jose (SAP Center)
Jan. 23, Wednesday- Seattle (ShoWare Center)
Feb. 8, Saturday- Manila (MOA Arena)
Feb. 22, Saturday- Kuala Lumpur (Axiata Arena)
Mar. 3, Tuesday- Madrid (Wizink Center)
Mar. 5, Thursday- Paris (La Seine Musicale)
Mar. 8, Sunday- London (The SSE Arena, Wembley)
Mar. 10, Tuesday- Berlin (Mercedes-Benz Arena)
We hope Jun gets better soon so he can meet with fans from all over the world!
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