2AM Postpones Solo Concert After Members Jo Kwon, Seulong, And Jinwoon Test Positive For COVID-19
CUBE Entertainment confirmed that 2AM member Jo Kwon tested positive for COVID-19.
According to reports, Jo Kwon experienced minor symptoms, therefore, underwent a PCR test and tested positive. The member is confirmed to have received his COVID-19 booster shot.
Jo Kwon is not the only 2AM member to test positive for COVID-19.
On February 12, one day after Jo Kwon tested positive for the virus, two other 2AM members were announced to have received positive results as well.
Jellyfish Entertainment confirmed that 2AM's Seulong tested positive for COVID-19 after his second rapid antigen test and a succeeding PCR test during his quarantine as a close contact of Jo Kwon.
Seulong's agency shared that the 2AM member is not experiencing any abnormal symptoms. The 2AM member has completed his Moderna vaccination and has received his booster shot. 2AM's Seulong is currently in quarantine in his home.
Following his fellow 2AM members Seulong and Jo Kwon, Jinwoon was confirmed to have tested positive for coronavirus. Jinwoon's agency Mystic Story shared that the singer has received his booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and is currently not experiencing any abnormal symptoms.
Consequently, 2AM's highly-anticipated solo concert "22 S/S" has been postponed until further notice. 2AM's "22 S/S" was scheduled to take place at the "Bluesquare Mastercard Hall" Seoul this February 12-13. "22 S/S" is supposed to be 2AM's first-ever solo concert as a group in over 9 yeas.
Hoping for the speedy recovery of 2AM members.