Yugi, a member of the South Korean girl group (G)I-DLE, was taken to the hospital after experiencing health problems. In addition to being a member of (G)I-DLE, Yugi is an active soloist in China. He is a Chinese dancer, singer, composer and producer.
On November 20, the incident happened when Yugi was taken to the hospital for his health. Considering that he is not in good health at the moment, he will not participate in any group activities for a while.
A fan video call event was supposed to take place that day, but due to the unfortunate incident, he will not be involved in the event.
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The agency, Cube Entertainment, also released an official statement regarding Yugi’s health issue:
“Hello. This is Cube Entertainment.
(G)I-DLE member Yugi was taken to the hospital early today (November 20th) after his health began to deteriorate. He has been medically diagnosed and is currently resting.
As a result, Yugi will inevitably be unable to attend the Star River video call event scheduled for today.
Neverland please [(G)IDLE’s-fans] We will inform you separately through the record retailer once the schedule for which Member Yugi is available is confirmed.
We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience we have caused our fans by sharing this unexpected news and will continue to work tirelessly to ensure the health and safety of our artist.
Thank you very much.”
In addition to being a singer, Yugi was also the main host of Kakao TV’s reality show “Learn the Way” (2020-2021).
The song was chosen by Baidu and the Hearing Foundation to serve as an ambassador for the 2021 International Day of the Deaf. Song has become one of the most sought-after brand ambassadors among young customers in 2021 due to her exceptional performance ability.
Cube Entertainment announced on May 6, 2021 that Song will make her solo debut on May 13 with the release of her album A Page, which features the lead singles “Giant” and “Bonnie & Clyde”. On October 27, the song was featured in the “Heroes’ Salute” performance for the Beijing 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.