BTS’ Jimin will not appear on the upcoming broadcast of BBC’s “The Graham Norton Show” due to health-related concerns.
Big Hit Entertainment has announced that Jimin will not be joining the rest of BTS on the recording for BBC’s “The Graham Norton Show,” scheduled to take place on October 12.
The following is the official notice from the agency:
We regret to announce that one of the members of BTS, Jimin, will not be able to take part in the recording of the band’s appearance tonight on the Graham Norton Show.
On the morning of the day of the recording, Jimin began suffering from severe muscle pain in his neck and back and received medical attention. While Jimin made every effort to take part in the program, including arriving at the studio, the decision was made for Jimin not to take part in the recording due to his condition.
We sincerely apologize to all of our fans who have been eagerly awaiting the band’s appearance on the Graham Norton Show, and ask for your understanding.
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— BigHit Entertainment (@BigHitEnt) October 11, 2018
Meanwhile, BTS is currently on their “Love Yourself: Answer” world tour. They recently finished up the tour in the States, which included the first-ever stadium concert hosted by a Korean group. Since then, the group has moved onto Europe tour, which begun on October 10 at the O2 Arena in London.
Translated by Dasol Kim