CRAVITY’s Wonjin Takes A Break Due To Health Issues. Read Deets Inside.
CRAVITY’s Wonjin Takes A Break Due To Health Issues. Read Deets Inside.

CRAVITY, the rising K-pop sensation known for their energetic music and captivating performances, recently marked their return with the release of their mini album EVERSHINE in February. The group, comprising nine talented members including one Wonjin, has been steadily gaining popularity since their debut.

However, in an unexpected turn of events, Wonjin of CRAVITY has disclosed the need for a hiatus due to health concerns. STARSHIP Entertainment, the group’s management agency, confirmed that Wonjin has been diagnosed with laryngitis and has been advised by his doctor to take a break from activities to focus on his recovery.

As a result, Wonjin will be absent from upcoming group activities, including today’s performance on SBS’ Inkigayo and the CRAVITY EVERSHINE fan signing event. This news undoubtedly disappointed fans who were looking forward to seeing him on stage, but they expressed their support and well wishes for his speedy recovery.

STARSHIP Entertainment has assured fans that they will support Wonjin during his recovery process and asked for understanding and support from fans during this time.

Starship Entertainment’s full statement is as follows:

This is Starship Entertainment.

CRAVITY member Wonjin visited the hospital today due to a worsening of his physical health, and he was diagnosed with laryngitis. In accordance with the doctor’s opinion that he needs rest, we are informing you that he will not be attending SBS’s “Inkigayo” or participating in [today’s] scheduled CRAVITY “EVERSHINE” fan signing event (Soundwave).

As this decision was made out of consideration for the artist’s health, we ask for fans’ generous understanding.

We will do our utmost to help our artist recover his health.
Thank you.”

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CRAVITY, managed by STARSHIP Entertainment, debuted on April 14, 2020, with their mini album ‘HIDEOUT: REMEMBER WHO WE ARE – SEASON1,’ which achieved success on Gaon’s album chart. The group made their official debut in Japan on July 5, 2023, with the release of the Japanese version of their single ‘Groovy’ and ‘I Can’t Fight The Feeling.’

Their latest EP, ‘EVERSHINE,’ featuring the lead track ‘Love or Die,’ peaked at number 2 on the Circle Album Chart upon its release. ‘Love or Die’ has now surpassed 2 million streams on Spotify, solidifying its position as one of the group’s top tracks on the platform.

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