BTS singer Jimin hospitalized for appendicitis, has COVID

BTS singer Jimin tests positive for COVID-19 before emergency surgery for appendicitis… as he becomes the 4th member of his band to get the virus

  • Jimin, a singer with the K-pop group BTS, has tested positive for coronavirus 
  • He found out he has COVID-19 when he went to the hospital
  • The star was suffering from acute appendicitis and needed surgery
  • ‘The surgery was successful,’ his representatives shared on Monday
  • ‘And Jimin is currently recuperating after his procedure,’ it was added

Jimin, a singer and dancer with the K-pop group BTS, has tested positive for coronavirus and also underwent surgery for acute appendicitis, his management agency Big Hit Music said on Monday.

Jimin, whose full name is Park Ji-min, went to hospital on Sunday after suffering from sudden abdominal pain along with a mild sore throat, Big Hit Music said in a statement.

He tested positive for the coronavirus, and underwent surgery for the appendicitis on Monday, the statement added.

Fallen ill: Jimin, a singer and dancer with the K-pop group BTS, has tested positive for coronavirus and also underwent surgery for acute appendicitis, his management agency Big Hit Music said on Monday. Seen in September

The band is all here: Suga, Jin, Jungkook, RM, Jimin and J-Hope of BTS arrive at the 2021 American Music Awards in LA

‘The surgery was successful and Jimin is currently recuperating after his procedure,’ Big Hit Music said, adding that he was making a ‘speedy recovery’ from his COVID-19 infection.

The singer was due to receive several days of in-patient treatment for COVID-19 along with postoperative care, the statement said.

Jimin, 26, is at least the fourth member of the seven member group to test positive for the coronavirus.

With a special friend: Megan Thee Stallion joins BTS (Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V, and Jungkook.) on stage during their sold out show at Sofi Stadium in November

Rapper RM, vocalist Jin, and rapper Suga tested positive in December, shortly after the group had returned from a series of live shows in the United States.

The concerts in the United States were BTS’ first in the country since 2019, when they toured across Asia, Europe and North America.

Since their 2013 debut, BTS have spearheaded a global K-Pop craze with catchy, upbeat music and dances, as well as lyrics and social campaigns aimed at empowering young people.

South Korea has kept overall COVID-19 cases and deaths low with aggressive contact tracing and testing, but the Omicron variant became dominant this month, sending cases to a record daily tally of 17,532 on Sunday.

A busy 2021: (L-R) V, Suga, Jin, Jung Kook, RM, Jimin, and J-hope arrive for the launch of their new digital single album Butter in May

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