Upcoming K-Drama “School 2021” Postponed As Kim Yo Han Tests Positive For COVID-19
KBS2’s new Wednesday-Thursday K-Drama, School 2021, has been postponed due to COVID-19. According to officials, “One of the supporting actors received a positive COVID-19 test. As a result, all staff members and actors took a COVID-19 test, resulting in Kim Yo Han testing positive, while other staff and cast tested negative.”
WEi posted an official announcement regarding the news through Twitter.
WEi’s Kim Yohan has confirmed positive for COVID-19 today (November 14). On November 13, he took a PCR test after a supporting actor, who had overlapping paths during the shooting of ‘School 2021’, tested positive for COVID-19. Kim received a positive COVID-19 test on the morning of November 14.
Currently, actor Kim Yohan is showing no symptoms. Both the supporting actor and Kim have completed the second dose of the vaccination and has been more than two weeks since the second dose. There were no other close contacts with the both the supporting actor and Kim. Those in close contact with the confirmed case have gone into self-quarantine per the quarantine guidelines.
Currently, broadcasting activities and schedules are in the process of taking necessary measures in accordance with the health authority guidelines.
The first episode of the upcoming drama has been postponed to November 24, and the press conference will also be delayed by a week. We will do our best to ensure the safety of the cast and crew to prevent the spread of COVID-19. We sorry for causing concern.