Another Member From LOONA To Skip European Leg Of World Tour Due To Health Issues, Haseul’s Shoulder Injury Worsens

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LOONA’s Haseul will be unable to participate in the group’s upcoming European tour.

On September 6, both MyMusicTaste and Blockberry Creative officially announced that Haseul is unable to partake in the European leg of their first world tour due to her shoulder injury.

The idol was advised by medical professionals to rest due to her injury. She had initially gone to Europe with the rest of the members to participate in the world tour but due to the injury and worsening pain, she is unable to participate anymore.

The statement reads as follows:

We regret to announce that LOONA member Haseul will not be able to take part in the Europe leg of the tour.

Despite her ongoing shoulder injury and advice from the medical team to take a break, Haseul has been looking forward to meeting the fans in Europe and made the decision to head to Warsaw with the other members on the 4th to take part in the next leg of the tour.

However, her shoulder pains have been consistent and rather than continuing on the Europe tour with a worsening shoulder injury, her health and treatment are a priority so it has been decided that it will be difficult for her to participate in the Europe tour.

Haseul will be taking the time to rest and recover so that she can meet Orbit again in good health.

Please send Haseul your love and support as she focuses on resting for a full recovery.

Once again, we understand that all the European fans in each of the five cities (Warsaw, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Paris, and London) have been excitedly waiting for LOONA and we ask for your kind understanding.

Thank you.

This is the second member of the group to skip the European leg of their world tour. Previously, Blockberry announced that Choerry will sit out of the European leg of the world tour due to health reasons.

By Kevin Miller

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