The Boyz’ Younghoon To Sit Out From Upcoming Activities Due To Sudden Injury

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We hope The Boyz’ Younghoon recovers from his injury as soon as possible!

Cre.Ker Entertainment announced on November 15 that The Boyz’ Younghoon will be sitting out from group activities for the meantime due to a sudden injury caused by a minor accident.

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According to the recent official statement released by the group’s agency, the singer had unfortunately been in a little accident which will render him unable to join The Boyz’ activities for the meantime.

“Younghoon fell while walking up the stairs and injured his collarbone. He already received a thorough examination at the hospital and the doctor suggested that he should rest for two to three weeks,” Cre.Ker Entertainment shared.

“In accordance with the doctor’s advice, he will be unable to participate in scheduled upcoming activities temporarily to give time to his quick recovery and treatment. With this, ten members without Younghoon will be participating in their scheduled upcoming activities beginning from today with the 2019 Chuncheon Youth Concert,” the agency added.

“We will put in our full effort for Younghoon’s speedy recovery. We ask for everyone’s understanding. Thank you,” Cre.Ker Entertainment promised to Deobis as well, calming down their current worries for the singer.

Earlier in November, The Boyz had just made their Japanese debut with the dynamic track “Tattoo”. Swaying from tradition, the lyrics for “Tattoo” were in Korean which made it stand out among this year’s Japanese releases from K-Pop groups even more.

READ: The Boyz Makes Unconventional And Dynamic Japanese Debut With “Tattoo”

Source: Cre.Ker Entertainment

Photo from GQ Korea

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