BTS’s Jin underwent finger surgery on the afternoon of Friday, March 18 to repair his left index finger extensor, which passed without any hiccups. The singer was released on March 19 and was resting. He will take time to focus on his recovery.
The incident happened just weeks before BTS’s concert in Las Vegas in April. According to the Big Hit Music fan community forum Weverse, the singer underwent surgery on Friday afternoon after the tendons in his fingers were “partially damaged.”
Big Hit Music released a statement regarding BTS Jin’s operation
According to Big Hit Music’s report, the singer injured his finger during his daily activities and went to the emergency room of a nearby hospital for examination and treatment.
He went to the doctor and was told he needed surgery because the tendons in his finger had been partially damaged. The operation took place on March 18.
He was discharged from hospital on Saturday March 19 and has been resting ever since. He will be wearing a cast to help with stabilization and recovery for now. The singer will prioritize his rest and treatment to fully recover from his injury and resume normal activities.
The news of the Awake The singer’s finger surgery comes months after he tested positive for Covid-19. Back in South Korea, the singer tested positive after the band’s concert in Los Angeles.
Along with him, V, RM, Suga and Jimin also tested positive. All five have recovered and are currently preparing their concert in Las Vegas.
The news spread on Twitter within minutes and fans wished Jin a speedy recovery. The wishes were so numerous that the hashtag #GetWellSoonJin started trending on Twitter.
The Super Tuna singer had just wrapped up a sold-out three-day concert in Seoul. The singer and the rest of the band will perform at the 64th Grammys in April, where they are nominated for Best Duo/Group Performance.
In addition to the Grammy performance, the Dynamite singer also has a sold-out concert in Las Vegas to look forward to.