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HyunA Postpones Her Comeback at the Last Minute Due to Serious Health Issues

Credit: P NATION

HyunA’s long-awaited comeback has been postponed until further notice due to her poor health conditions.

On August 22, HyunA’s label P NATION released an official statement, announcing the temporary delay of the singer’s comeback.

“Hello, this is P NATION.

Our artist HyunA will temporarily postpone the release of her new album and upcoming promotions due to health reasons, and we are officially announcing her position as follows.

Starting with her new single release, HyunA has been preparing more passionately than anyone else for a long time for the release of her first full-length album this year.

Since last year when HyunA confessed to the public that she had been diagnosed with depression, panic disorder, and vasovagal syncope, she has been continuously receiving treatment for a long time to show the best performance in her single, scheduled to be released next week, and first full-length album, scheduled to be released later this year.

However, despite the constant will and effort, she had recently fainted several times due to vasovagal syncope.

As a label with a duty to protect our artists, we have come to the conclusion that at this point, what she needs first is sufficient treatment and stability.

As a result, upcoming single and activities scheduled to start next week became impossible, and we are temporarily postponing all schedules until she recovers her health.

We will do everything we can to help HyunA regain her stability and resume her activities in a healthier state.

We’re sorry to have caused concerns to all the fans who have been waiting long for her comeback and all the officials with such sudden news.”

Meanwhile, HyunA was originally scheduled to release her new digital single GOOD GIRL on August 26.

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