Several “Running Man” members tested positive for COVID-19!
Updated February 10 KST:
Yang Se Chan and Ji Suk Jin have also been diagnosed with COVID-19.
On February 10, SM C&C stated that Yang Se Chan took the PCR test and it came out positive. They added that he completed his second dose of the vaccine but came into close contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19, the first PCR test he took was negative but he still quarantined and later took a second PCR test and this time it came out positive.
Yang Se Chan is now in quarantine and is experiencing mild symptoms.
Ji Suk Jin has also tested positive for COVID-19 in a self-diagnosis kit test and is now waiting for the PCR test results to come out.
The “Running Man” Production team said that there are no issues with the broadcasting schedule since they didn’t plan to film next week, and all the staff has tested negative for the virus.
We wish both Yang Se Chan and Ji Suk Jin a fast recovery!
Kim Jong Kook has been diagnosed with COVID-19.
On February 10, Turbo JK Company stated that Kim Jong Kook was feeling mild symptoms on February 9 so he took the PCR test and the results came out positive the next day.
They also added that Kim Jong Kook has taken the second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and is currently not experiencing any major health problems.
SBS addressed the situation regarding his appearance in the programs “Running Man” and “My Little Old Boy”, they said, “Because there was no recording schedule for the two programs before and after Kim Jong-Kook was diagnosed with COVID-19, there will be no major setbacks for future broadcasts.”
Get well soon Kim Jong Kook!