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Joohoney From Monsta X Takes Career Break As K-Pop Star Reveals Health Concerns

Joohoney, from Okay-pop boy band Monsta X, will probably be taking a break from work actions following signs of tension.

The South Korean rapper and songwriter has visited “multiple professional medical institutions for an accurate diagnosis, regarding anxiety symptoms,” the band’s administration firm, Starship Entertainment, stated in a press release posted on the Twitter account of Monsta X.

“The outcomes of the examination confirmed that because of anxiousness signs, ample relaxation and stability are important for him to make a full restoration. We have had a radical dialogue with Joohoney and the MONSTA X members and have determined to take steady remedy and stability which give attention to the restoration of Joohoney.

“We ask for the understanding of followers, as we have now determined to droop briefly additional actions to enhance the artist’s well being situation,” the corporate said.

Last month Joohoney was reported to have missed a flight to the U.S. the place they have been scheduled to carry out on the Jingle Bell live performance sequence because of a extreme headache and dizziness, The Korea Times stories. He was reported to have joined the band later after receiving medical remedy.

It is unclear when the artist, also called Lee Joo-heon, will resume working however the firm confirms his return “will probably be made based mostly on his restoration {and professional} opinion which will probably be carried out by means of cautious session with Joohoney and the members [of MONSTA X],” in response to the assertion.

“We promise to do our greatest to provide him [Joohoney] all of the assist he [Joohoney] wants for his restoration. We will proceed to do our greatest to take care of the well being of the MONSTA X members,” the corporate added.

Monsta X followers—collectively referred to as Monbebe (that means “My child” in French)—have been sharing messages of assist and concern for Joohoney on social media following the announcement of his hiatus.

“This makes me so unhappy. We love you please maintain Yourself @OfficialMonstaX #JooheonBeHappyStayHappy #JOOHONEY #JoohoneyMakeFullRecovery #HealthComesFirstForMonstaX,” wrote @TravelChimmy.

“Joohoney, please really feel higher quickly. You are superb, good-looking, robust, and galvanizing. Rest, eat, sleep, play. You can overcome something, that’s how superior you might be…@OfficialMonstaX @STARSHIPent,” wrote @xxserene.

“JOOHONEY, my love. The quantity of affection and care your fellow members have for you is unimaginable. They have your again, candy boy. Rest effectively, eat effectively, get pleasure from your cats and are available again feeling rejuvenated and robust. MBB [Monbebe] love! @OfficialMonstaX,” wrote @kaniners.

Monsta X followers have been inflicting a storm on social media in current months following the controversial sudden exit of former member Wonho, who introduced his departure from the band in October following a number of allegations made about his previous earlier than he joined Monsta X, together with the unlawful use of marijuana and owing cash to South Korean actress Jung Da Eun, his former castmate on the Korean comedy present Ulzzang Shidae.

Wonho said he was “apologetic for inflicting hurt to the members because of the unlucky points associated to me” and “reached this determination after seeing individuals having a tough time due to me,” in a private letter addressed to his followers.

Monsta X followers pleaded for the reinstatement of Wonho, with some claiming he was unfairly dismissed based mostly on “rumors with out proof” and was “failed by the system.”

MONSTA X followers ship like to Joohoney after he takes a well being break https://t.co/ylQGe5lzaO

— BROWNSUGA (@T3MP3STT) January 13, 2020

Joonhoney is the most recent amongst a sequence of Okay-pop stars who’ve not too long ago introduced a profession break following well being considerations. Last month, singer Kang Daniel revealed he would be taking a break from work because of frequent well being issues.

The former member of Okay-pop boy band Wanna One stated he had been present process remedy with “psychotherapy and medicine” but had also been experiencing “anxiousness” while promoting his single “Touchin,” in response to a press release from his administration firm Konnect.

Concern for the singer grew after he was reported to have posted messages on a fan discussion board stating “How the whole lot is de facto too tough,” and pleaded, “Someone. Please save me,” Allkpop reported.

Jeonghan from Okay-pop boy band Seventeen additionally announced a temporary suspension of work activities last month after a go to to a hospital following signs of dizziness.

Back in November, the lead member of Seventeen—Choi Seung-chol (also called S.Coups)—announced his hiatus following symptoms of anxiety after “present process an in depth examination and analysis,” in response to a press release by Pledis Entertainment, the band’s administration firm.

Last month, Monsta X launched two new songs together with “Magnetic,” a collaboration with Latin Grammy-nominated Colombian singer Sebastián Yatra, and “Middle of the Night,” a monitor from the group’s forthcoming album All About Luv, which will probably be launched on Valentine’s Day (February 14) 2020.

Joohoney From Monsta X Takes Career Break As K-Pop Star Reveals Health Concerns
Monsta X performs onstage throughout iHeartRadio’s Z100 Jingle Ball 2019 at Madison Square Garden on December 13, 2019 in New York City. Getty Images

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