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Lady Group Member Misses The “Most Necessary Examination Of Her Life” Due To An Emergency

It was an surprising emergency.

An idol lady group member gave up taking the Suneung, the most essential school entrance examination in Korea, resulting from a sudden sickness.

This picture is for illustrative functions solely. | Unsplash

The Suneung is Korea’s nationwide school entrance examination and is taken into account crucial examination Koreans take of their lifetimes. Yearly, it’s held on the third Thursday of November, making this yr’s examination date November 16.

Korea takes the Suneung very critically and ensures that college students aren’t distracted or disrupted on their strategy to the examination; staff begin work late, companies open later, and buying and selling in shares and international trade is delayed.

College students and lecturers cheer for the scholars taking the “suneung” this yr. | Yonhap Information

On November 15, LIMELIGHT member Gaeun was hospitalized for acute stomach ache, inflicting her to be unable to take the examination.

LIMELIGHT’s Gaeun | @limelightseoul/Instagram

Her company, 143 Leisure, defined what occurred to Gaeun.

Gaeun had sudden stomach ache at the moment and visited the emergency room. As a consequence of excessive fever and elevated irritation ranges, she determined to not take the examination tomorrow.

— 143 Leisure

Gaeun was suggested to remain hospitalized for one more two to 3 days.

@limelightseoul/Instagram

The K-Pop idols taking the Suneung at the present time embrace Kep1er‘s Kang Yeseo, Rocket Punch‘s Dahyun, Weeekly‘s Zoa, and Triple S‘s Lee Jiwoo and Gong Yubin.

Kep1er’s Kang Yeseo | @official.kep1er/Instagram

The Suneung will happen from 8:40 a.m. to five:45 p.m. on November 16 (KST) at 1,279 check websites nationwide. Thursday was chosen as the perfect check day in 2006 to make sure that the check sheets had been delivered safely on time at check websites, based on the Korea Institute of Curriculum and Analysis (KICE).

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