B.A.P’s leader Bang Yong Guk has been revealed to be making his hiatus from the group due to health issues.
Recently, TS Entertainment revealed:
“Hello, this is TS Entertainment.
First of all, we would like to thank everyone who has shown their support before the release of B.A.P’s studio album which is scheduled to be released this November 7th.
However, we hate to tell you bad news. Leader Bang Yong Guk, who recently made a visit to the hospital, has been diagnosed with panic disorder.
After much consideration, Bang Yong Guk and the rest of the members have decided that the group would carry on their promotions with only five members and make Bang Yong Guk’s recovery as the top priority. While B.A.P will be making their promotions, Bang Yong Guk will be focusing on receiving professional treatment and getting better.
Since this new album is a product of hard work, and as much as the fans and B.A.P members waited for this, the five members will do their best to fill in for Bang Yong Guk.
Please continue to support B.A.P.”
The boy group made their debut in 2012 with the track, “Warrior.” Their last release was in February of this year with their ninth EP, “Carnival.”
B.A.P is also known for their songs, “Warrior,” “Power,” “No Mercy,” “One Shot” and “Young Wild & Free.”
Stay tuned for more updates on Bang Yong Guk!
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