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[Lily's Take] Son Na-eun Taking a Break Due to Ankle Injury

2018/04/23 | 442 views | Permalink | Source

Member of the K-pop girl group, Apink and an actress, Son Na-eun is under treatment for an old ankle injury.

On April 22nd, Son Na-eun's agency, PlanA Entertainment released a statement saying, "Son Na-eun is currently under treatment for her ankle injury. She has been experiencing pain for a long time, ever since the accident".

They also added words of assurance regarding her health, "On April 21st, at the Apink fan meeting, "PINK CINEMA", Son Na-eun told the fans herself, to not worry about her".

"Fortunately, it's not a serious injury as she doesn't have any problem going about on her day. Since she is determined to carry on with her usual schedule, she will proceed with it. However, she won't participate in events where its required to have heavy usage of her legs for a while".

By. Lily Lee

Source : entertain.naver.com/r...

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