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ATEEZ’s Jongho Halts Actions + Returns To Korea Due To “Excessive Ache” In Leg

ATEEZ’s Jongho has quickly halted all actions attributable to well being considerations.

On August 20 native time, KQ Leisure introduced that Jongho—who’s at the moment in Los Angeles for KCON LA 2023—can be returning to Korea to be identified and handled after experiencing “excessive ache” in his leg.

The company defined that whereas Jongho had beforehand been identified with a meniscus rupture after his final ankle damage, he had opted for “conservative remedy” attributable to his “robust will” to proceed acting on stage.

KQ Leisure’s full English announcement is as follows:

Good day,
That is KQ Leisure.

It’s with utmost remorse that we’re sharing some updates concerning Jongho’s well being to the followers who’ve unconditionally supported ATEEZ.

Jongho was identified with a “meniscus rupture” after his final ankle damage, however due to his robust will to be on stage, he targeted on conservative remedy and restoration, together with injections that helped relieve ache and enhance regenerative qualities.

Nonetheless, after in the present day’s occasion, Jongho skilled excessive ache, so we’ve come to the choice of instantly suspending his upcoming schedules for August 20 (native time) and having him return to Korea to conduct an intensive examination and remedy by consultants.

As artist well being is a high precedence, we ask to your variety understanding. Updates and extra data shall be given following the examination outcomes.

We apologize for any inconvenience attributable to the sudden information, and we are going to do our greatest to make sure Jongho’s speedy restoration.

Thanks.

In the meantime, after wrapping up KCON LA 2023, ATEEZ is scheduled to go to Mexico for the Latin American leg of their “THE FELLOWSHIP : BREAK THE WALL” world tour, which can kick off in Mexico Metropolis on August 23.

Wishing Jongho a speedy and full restoration!


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