JUNG YONG HWA Postpones Manila Concert Following Taal Eruption

Camille Santos

Posted at January 16, 2020

Fans will need to wait longer to see CNBlue vocalist Jung Yong Hwa.

According to a statement from local events promoters Applewood Creative and Ovation Productions, the Korean singer-actor's Still 622 concert - originally scheduled on March 6 at the Mall of Asia Arena - "has been temporarily postponed" due to the Taal Volcano's sudden eruption.


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The statement continues, "We would like to express our sincere apologies to all fans who have been looking forward to Jung Yong Hwa's concert." There's no word yet on when the show will be rescheduled, but the promoters assured ticket holders of a refund through SM Tickets. Read the full statement below.


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The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology raised an Alert Level 4 over the Taal Volcano after it spewed ash on Sunday, January 12. State volcanologists also said the volcano's intense unrest could last up to seven months in a worst-case scenario.

In the past days, several Korean idols have already sent their prayers to the victims of the natural phenomenon including Super Junior's Siwon, BTS' V, and Infinite's L.

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