In case you weren’t already aware, Ailee‘s September comeback will continue as scheduled.

Well…almost. As has been reported through various media outlets, the singer suffered a foot injury while filming her upcoming music video. With emergency surgery needed for her recovery, most expected Ailee to postpone her comeback. However, YMC Entertainment released a statement about the comeback’s status (translation from kpopstarz):

Hello. This is YMC Entertainment. First off, we apologize for worrying everyone with the news of Ailee’s injury. About her schedule, despite her injury, Ailee has revealed her intent to keep her promise with you all. She has decided to keep going with the existing comeback schedule”

“Depending on the event, some activities have been canceled. Besides that, her comeback schedule and September 30 full-album release will go as planned. She’ll also focus the most she can on treatment, in order to have a full recovery in the shortest time possible. Please give her a lot of support so she can make a speedy recovery.”

Hopefully, Ailee doesn’t try to push too hard and gives herself ample time to rest and heal.

 
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I've been into K-pop since early 2010. Went from being a Big Bang/YG stan, to being a lover of boy groups in general. My friends know who Rain is because of me and my mom sings EXO's "What Is Love" in the car even though she tries not to let me hear. Other than K-pop, I love Fall Out Boy and hope to one day see them live. I have pretty much a mix of everything from 90s hip hop to Disney soundtracks to Luther Vandross and Alicia Keys on my iPod. I love to write, even though I've taken a break from fanfics to focus on GMM. Mostly, I like my music and books and that's just me.

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