Jackson confirmed to resume promotional activities with GOT7 after short hiatusBy / 2017.03.24
Good news to GOT7 fans! Jackson has been confirmed to return to his normal schedule after a short break caused by health concerns.
His agency, JYP Entertainment, delivered the good news through a dispatch released Thursday. "Jackson will be taking a break until Friday the March 24th and return to his regular schedule on Saturday the March 25th," it said as per Allkpop.
The GOT7 member was initially scheduled to make a comeback on Mar. 18; however, Jackson had to extend his rest to fully regain his strength for the promotions.
The idol caused his fans to worry when he suddenly collapsed during a fan meeting last Mar. 11. Soompi cited Jackson was not looking his best on the event, yet he tried to finish the show but failed as he ended up passing out in front of his fans.
After losing his consciousness for a while, the singer was escorted backstage where he reportedly fell from his chair and threw up. Later, Jackson was rushed to the hospital to receive treatment.
GOT7 fans immediately showed their love to the idol and managed to land top trending topics of Twitter with the hashtag #GetWellSoonJackson.
Most of them are worried that Jackson may have overworked himself with their comeback preparations and fan meeting events.
Nonetheless, his agency assured the GOT7 member is in good shape. "The hospital diagnosis did not find anything wrong with him," the label previously said.
JYP Entertainment continued, "We sincerely appreciate all the fans who've waited and given support. We will continue to consider our artist's health first and foremost for future schedules."
While Jackson was resting, the rest of GOT7 have been promoting their newest album "Flight Log: Arrival" and its title track "Never Ever." In fact, the boys recently won on Mnet's "M! Countdown" for their performance of the new song.
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