Super Junior’s Shindong Tests Positive for COVID-19

Shindong of Super Junior has coronavirus

SHINDONG – The member of the popular South Korean boy group Super Junior, tested positive for coronavirus disease 2019 or COVID-19.

Shindong of Super Junior
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The COVID-19 pandemic remains to be the biggest challenge that the country is facing today. This disease that started way back in 2019 at Wuhan, China has placed a lot of lives at risk and has even taken the lives of many people.

A lot of personalities such as celebrities, elites, and even politicians were infected with the coronavirus as well.

Meanwhile, Shindong, a member of the boy group, Super Junior contracted the dreaded disease according to a report from Soompi.

Label SJ, the agency handling the career of Super Junior, said that the test result of Shindong was revealed on Thursday.

Presently, he is under self-quarantine.

It was on Wednesday when Shindong underwent PCR testing after learning that he had come into close contact with someone who was later found out positive of COVID-19.

Since the rapper did not come into contact with any of his bandmates, the agency decided not to get them tested.

Aside from Shindong, other K-pop group members who also acquired the virus the recent months are Dawon and Hwiyoung of SF9.

Meanwhile, Shin Dong-hee who’s known by his stage name Shindong, is a South Korean rapper, singer, dancer, host, radio personality and video director.

He rose to fame as one of the members of the K-pop supergroup, Super Junior or SJ/SuJu which debuted in 2005.

During their reign in Korean Wave, they are considered one of the most popular K-pop groups in history. One of their well-known singles is titled, “Sorry, Sorry.”

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