K-Pop Group CHERRY BULLET Remains In Manila Due To Taal Volcano Eruption

Karen Jane Ng

Posted at January 13, 2020

Hundreds of flights to and from Manila are currently suspended due to the eruption of Taal Volcano including the scheduled departure of K-pop group Cherry Bullet today, January 13.

The female act came to the Philippines to attend the 24th Asian Television Awards over the weekend. According to their agency FNC Entertainment, "The members and staff are safely staying at a hotel and watching the situation."

"They were scheduled to return to Korea on January 13, but due to the closure of the airport, they will return as soon as the situation is normalized. We sincerely hope that there will be no damage to local residents and fans. We will do our best to make sure that Cherry Bullet returns home safely."


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Taal Volcano is now under Alert Level 4. Stay safe, everyone!

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