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Ku Hye-sun quits "You're Too Much"

2017/03/23 | 13927 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Ku Hye-sun is stepping down from "You're Too Much".

YG Entertainment announced on the 24th that Ku Hye-sun won't be able to continue with "You're Too Much" due to her health.

She's been showing dizziness and breathing problems so she was taken to the emergency room a couple of times. According to her doctor, she's having allergic reactions and needs to rest.

The following is YG's official statement.

Hello, this is YG Entertainment.

We would first like to apologize for causing any trouble.

Ku Hye-sun won't be able to continue with "You're Too Much" due to health issues.

She's been showing dizziness and breathing problems so she was taken to the emergency room a couple of times.

According to her doctor, she's having allergic reactions and needs to rest.

We have decided her health comes first and decided she will no longer carry on with "You're Too Much".

Thank you to everyone for understanding.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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