X1’s Cha Junho Posts Handwritten Letter Following Disbandment

He hopes to meet fans again soon.

On January 9, Cha Junho revealed a handwritten letter to fans through Woollim Entertainment’s official Twitter account. Previously, Kim Wooseok, Cho Seungyoun, and Kang Minhee also posted letters online with Lee Hangyul and Nam Dohyun posted videos for fans.

 

 

 

 

Cha Junho thanked fans for their constant support and revealed just how powerful it was to receive love from someone. “Thank you to the fans that gave us never-ending support and love and stayed by our side. It was a truly a great time and felt like a dream. I was able to realize just how powerful receiving love can be.”

 

 

He also was thankful for being able to meet such great members. “I am grateful that I have met such great hyungs, brothers and dongsaengs that will be with me forever. I will never forget all the laughter, cries, and conversations we had together.”

 

 

He promises to work hard and return to the stage for all the fans. “I will work hard so I can come back better than ever. I really love you ONEIT.”

 

 

 

Read the full letter below:

 

Hello this is Cha Junho. Thank you to the fans that gave us never-ending support and love and stayed by our side. It was a truly a great time and felt like a dream. I was able to realize just how powerful receiving love can be. I had a great experience and learned a lot while promoting with the members. It is because of all of you that we were able to work hard. I am grateful that I have met such great hyungs, brothers and dongsaengs that will be with me forever. I will never forget all the laughter, cries, and conversations we had together. Thank you to the Swing staff that worked so hard without sleep. I will continue to support the 11 members in whatever they do. Thank you for making 2019 feel like a dream. I will work hard so I can come back better than ever. I really love you ONEIT.-

-From Cha Junho

 

 

 

X1 is a group that was created by the show Produce X 101 in 2019. After news of vote manipulation was released to the public, the group officially disbanded on January 6, 2020.

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