"Red Velvet's Seulgi was diagnosed with COVID-19," SM Entertainment said on March 30th, adding, "Seulgi has completed the second dosage of the vaccine and is now showing no symptoms." She promptly canceled all plans and is self-isolating in accordance with quarantine officials' rules."
"Music broadcast schedules such as 'M Countdown' on the 31st and 'Music Bank' on the 1st have been canceled," SM Entertainment added. Meanwhile, Red Velvet released a new mini album titled "The ReVe Festival 2022 - Feel My Rhythm" on March 21 and continued their comeback efforts. Here's the complete text of the announcement:
Hello, this is SM Entertainment.
Red Velvet’s Seulgi has been diagnosed with COVID-19 today (March 30).
Seulgi has completed the second dose of her COVID-19 vaccines, and she is currently not exhibiting any particular symptoms. She has immediately halted her activities and is in self-isolation in accordance with the guidelines of the disease control authorities.
Wendy’s results from the self-testing kit she took preemptively are negative, but she will also undergo an additional PCR test.
Hence, Red Velvet’s scheduled music broadcast appearances on “M Countdown” on March 31 and “Music Bank” on April 1 have been canceled.
We will continue to thoroughly comply with disease control guidelines, and with the artists’ health and safety as the top priorities, we will do our best in order for them to be able to focus on their treatment and recovery.
Seulgi is a singer and dancer from South Korea. She is a member of the Red Velvet girl group and its sub-unit Red Velvet - Irene Seulgi from South Korea. She is also a member of the Got the Beat supergroup from South Korea.