On Thursday, July 14th, JYP Entertainment announced that Hyunjin will limit his Stray Kids activities. The artist injured his right hand while touring the K-Pop group in the United States. According to the agency, the injury is not serious, but the member will not be able to make sudden movements so as not to interfere with his recovery.
This month, Stray Kids has already faced some problems, that’s because Lee Know, Felix, and IN have all tested positive for Covid-19 and some dates have been postponed. Now, just before a concert in Oakland, Hyunjin got injured. Read the full statement about Hyunjin’s injury:
Hyunjin can't even move his hand he hide it behind his back and perform a whole concert like nothing happen ?? pic.twitter.com/SDfe51bkWD
— HYUNJIN DAILY (@Daily_HJupdates) July 13, 2022
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“Notice about Hyunjin’s schedule.
Hello, this is JYPE.
We would like to inform you about Stray Kids member Hyunjin’s upcoming schedules. Right before the Oakland concert on July 12, Hyunjin hit his right hand against a door and sustained a minor injury.
Hyunjin attended the Oakland concert after receiving first aid from the on-site medical staff that day, and on July 13, he received a full medical checkup.
Although the injury is minor, he has received medical advice that he should avoid making sudden movements, to avoid strenuous movements and concentrate on regaining his health for now.
Therefore, we inform you that Hyunjin’s performances on the remaining dates of the tour may be partially limited.
We apologize for worrying STAY, who was looking forward to Hyunjin’s performances. JYPE will do everything possible to support the artist’s speedy recovery.