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Seungkwan to rejoin SEVENTEEN for October comeback after hiatus for health issues

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SEVENTEEN singer Seungkwan is set to rejoin the group for their upcoming release following a health-related hiatus.On August 16, Pledis Entertainment shared that Seungkwan will be returning from a hiatus by September.

The K-pop singer had announced a break due to unspecified health issues last month.“Seungkwan is currently concentrating on his recovery.

We have been timing of his return with him, and we anticipate that he will be able to return and meet his fans by September at the latest,” the agency said, per Newsen.Pledis added that the singer “will be participating in SEVENTEEN’s comeback with a new album in October.”Seungkwan also took to fan community site Weverse to share his thoughts on his hiatus. “[I have taken] short breaks in the past, but this was the first time in my life that I had time to think and recharge to move forward again,” he said.“It wasn’t easy at first, as I was hesitant and worried about the members, who had to fill the void without me,” wrote the singer. “But thanks to all of your support.

I’m really improving a lot. I feel like I’ll be able to meet you soon.”Last month, SEVENTEEN held a two-day ‘Follow’ concert in Seoul sans Seungkwan.

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