HIGHLINE Entertainment Release Statement Regarding Wonho's Health Following His Collapse At "WE ARE YOUNG" Concert

Last night, during the second day of Wonho's "WE ARE YOUNG" in-person concert, the singer collapsed and needed to be escorted from the stage.

Fans in the arena and across social media were all concerned for Wonho's wellbeing, while Soyou took over the stage for a while.

With fans both at the venue and around the world concerned regarding the singer's health, HIGHLINE Entertainment has today released the following statement:

"Hello, this is HIGHLINE Entertainment. We have updates on Wonho's condition. Today, during the concert, Wonho showed signs of hyperventilation. With the help of the security guards, Wonho was safely escorted off stage and taken to the medical staff on set.

"Once Wonho received professional treatment, he became stable enough and wished to resume the performance. After a thorough discussion with the medical staff, Wonho went back on stage to continue performing.

"Throughout the rest of the event, the medical staff remained on set, keeping a close eye on Wonho's condition. The concert came to a successful ending.

"We would like to apologise to the fans who have been startled by the incident. And thank you so much for your endless love and support for Wonho.

"HIGHLINE Entertainment will keep monitoring Wonho's health closely and furthermore, we promise that we'll do everything in our power to continue giving him the support he needs."

Wonho's hyperventilation during the second night's concert was not the only event to cause concern for fans. During the concert's first night, he burst into tears while performing "Weneed", the song which takes its name from his fandom.

Following both night's concerts, Wonho went on VLIVE to reassure his fans he was doing okay.

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Ford Carter

Ford Carter is an online blogger studying journalism who's hundreds of articles across half a dozen fansites from the music and television industries have now been read more than 300,000 times. From his home in regional Australia, you'll often find him binging kdramas or rewatching old editions of the Eurovision Song Contest.

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