Glad to see they're putting Jun.K's health first and foremost!
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1 Mar 2017 - 10:22 AM  UPDATED 1 Mar 2017 - 10:22 AM

Following Jun.K's mid-concert injury a few days ago, 2PM's upcoming concerts have been cancelled.

In a new statement from JYP Entertainment, it was announced that the 2PM concerts scheduled to be held from March 3 to March 5 has been postponed in order to allow Jun.K sufficient recovery time. No announcements have been made as to whether these concerts will be rescheduled.

Here's the statement in full:

“Jun. K has received surgery to set the bones in his elbow, and is currently being monitored and resting. We will consult with the doctors and carry out any additional examinations that are necessary."

"Though Jun. K has continuously expressed a strong desire to stand on stage again to keep his promise with his fans, we believe what is best for him is to rest and have a speedy recovery. Therefore, we have come to the final conclusion to cancel the upcoming concerts that were scheduled from March 3 to March 5.”

“We would like to sincerely apologize for bringing such sad news to you all, and we will post an additional notice on refunds. We will do our best to make sure that our artist has a speedy and full recovery.”

We have no qualms over cancelling a concert if it meant more recovery time for Jun.K, and we wish him a speedy recovery!


 

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