Super Junior’s Shindong Tests Positive For COVID-19, Unable To Participate In Group’s Concert in Japan

Published Categorized as Kpop

Super Junior member Shindong is the latest idol to test positive for COVID-19.

Super Junior’s agency, Label SJ, released a statement concerning Shindong’s diagnosis.

The agency relayed that on March 26, Shindong underwent PCR testing and was then diagnosed with COVID-19. As a result, he will not participate in the “Super Junior Special Event 2022 – Return of the King” in Japan.

Shindong has tested positive for COVID-19 once before, having first contracted the virus in November 2021.

Super Junior is currently participating in comeback activities, having already released their single album “The Road: Winter for Spring”.

We hope Shindong gets well soon!

By Karly B

Hello, I'm Karly the assistant editor and K-pop writer at Jasmine Media. My favorite group is SUPER-M and my bias is Kai. I also love K-Dramas and I'm a fan of many genres and actors.

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