On April 8th, it was reported that Super Juniorâ€™s Kyuhyun was involved in a car accident and makes him slightly injured. Later on that day, his management company SM Entertainment had officially expressed, â€œKyuhyun was treated for injuries resulting from a car accident. In order to perform for his musical â€˜The Three Musketeersâ€˜, Kyuhyun was driving to Kwangju Cultural Arts Center at 5AM. As he was trying to merge into a different lane, he hit a truck, resulting in a minor collision. He had slight bruises on his leg and arm, but fortunately, his bones werenâ€™t injured. He is currently undergoing a physical examination to check for more possible injuries.â€
And in the late afternoon, the singer had tried to reassure his fans by tweeting, â€œIâ€™m sorry, Iâ€™m sorryâ€ in his own profile. On the April 8th performance of â€œThe Three Musketeersâ€, actor Uhm Ki Joon had replaced him.
After three days, April 11th, he had revealed that he is currently fine and in an okay condition. On this day, SM Entertainment had spoken through a TV Report stating, â€œHe received contusions on his arms and legs due to the accident.Â Just in case, we had him receive a thorough medical examination, but test results have revealed that there is no further injuries.â€
Although the singer needed to cancel his appearance to â€œThe Three Musketeersâ€ on the same day of the accident, the representatives of the music play had revealed that the future schedule will not be affected. Kyuhyun will be returning to China with other members of Super Junior â€“M and will be staying there for a month. The singerâ€™s representative also expressed, â€œAlthough he wasnâ€™t severely injured, he has several bad memories regarding accidents, so he is taking a brief break for the sake of his health.Â He will be going back to the hospital today to receive a final check-up.â€
After the news had broken out, all of his fans went to panic and wishes for his health that is why knowing that he is already okay helps his fans to sighed in relief after these days.