The busy lives of idols can certainly take a toll on their health. Recently news has been reporting three incidents where these young idols are hurt: 2PM’s Chansung, 4Minute’s HyunA, and BEAST’s Junhyung.
According to JYP Entertainment, 2PM’s member Chansung collapsed and was admitted to Seoul General Hospital that day. The day before, after finishing recording for SBS ‘Inkigayo,’ Chansung had complained of abdominal pain and has received a diagnosis of enteritis at the hospital.
JYP stated, “Although it’s not a very serious situation, in order for his fast recovery, he will receive treatment in the hospital.”
While 4minute was in the midst of moving to their next schedule after the May 21st episode of KBS Music Bank, an overexcited crowd began to mob the group. In the midst of the craziness, HyunA’s pinky finger ended up getting caught in the car door. HyunA complained of intense pain and was quickly taken to a nearby hospital to receive treatment.
A representative from her company, Cube Entertainment, commented, “HyunA injured her pinky finger, and she’s currently going around with her finger bandaged. The diagnosis said that she didn’t receive a fracture, but we’re still promoting very carefully. She’s still in some pain. We’ll be careful to make sure her injury won’t become any more serious.”
Lastly, BEAST’s manager revealed that JunHyung was sent to the hospital on May 22nd. Although JunHyung looked bright and healthy at the 2010 Dream Concert, he paid a visit to the hospital just two days before. He received an injury on his side during a festival on the 21st at Kyungkido while doing an intense dance routine. Thankfully, it wasn’t a huge injury and JunHyung was able to perform at the Dream Concert.
BEAST’s management spoke out on the 24th, saying “Thankfully Yong JunHyung’s injury wasn’t major. At the hospital on the 22nd, they stated that if he does be careful for a while, it will get better.” They also noted that “because he’s a singer who also dances, he needs to be careful of the smallest injuries. So just in case, we will have him go through the full check up as well.”
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