LE SSERAFIM has cancelled their upcoming Bangkok concerts due to health concerns.
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On October 6, Source Music announced that LE SSERAFIM’s “FLAME RISES” concerts in Bangkok, which were scheduled to take place on October 7 and 8, had been cancelled due to three members of the group falling ill.
After developing sudden fevers and headaches, Kim Chaewon, Huh Yunjin, and Kazuha were diagnosed with Type A influenza, and they were advised not to proceed with the concert by medical professionals. At present, the three members are said to be in self-quarantine under medical supervision.
Source Music’s full English statement is as follows:
This is Source Music.
We regret to inform you that the 2023 LE SSERAFIM TOUR “FLAME RISES” IN BANGKOK scheduled for Saturday, October 7 and Sunday, October 8 has been canceled.
On October 6 (GMT), Kim Chaewon, Huh Yunjin, and Kazuha of LE SSERAFIM visited the hospital due to sudden fever and headaches. After medical evaluation, they were diagnosed with Type A Influenza. Those affected by the virus are currently in self-quarantine and under medical supervision.
Considering the artists’ health and following the guidance of medical professionals, our company has regrettably decided that it is not feasible to proceed with the 2023 LE SSERAFIM TOUR “FLAME RISES” IN BANGKOK, leading to its cancellation.
We extend our heartfelt apologies to the fans who had eagerly anticipated the show, and we kindly request your understanding in this matter.
Refund information for purchased tickets will be provided via BEX’s social media channel.
We will continue to place the highest priority on the health and safety of our artists and strive to ensure that all the members of LE SSERAFIM can meet their fans in full health.