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[Lily's Take] Jin Young Assures Fans That He's Okay After Car Accident

2018/01/29 | 295 views | Permalink | Source

A member of K-pop boy group B1A4 and actor Jin Young shared his status after being involved in a car accident.

On the 29th Jin Young shared a message on his official Instagram account with a selfie which reads,

"Hey everyone, you all must have been worried.

First, I wanted to let all the fans who came to the concert and the fans who were worried that I'm so sorry. It happened all so abruptly, we were all in shock as well…

But we've received treatment from the hospital and are now resting!!

We weren't hurt badly so please don't worry!!

We hope that you all will drive safely as well!

We are grateful for everyone who were concerned and love you all♥"

According to the news, the group B1A4 got into a car accident near the Gapyeong County while traveling the Gangwon Province to attend the Ikon Concert in celebration of PyeongChang Winter Olympics. Thankfully, no one was serious injured in the accident.

By: Lily Lee

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