K-pop diva HyunA has postponed the release of her single “GOOD GIRL” ― initially set for Aug. 26 ― due to health concerns.
HyunA, who has been preparing to release the song and her first full-length album, recently fainted several times due to vasovagal syncope, her record label P NATION said Saturday. Vasovagal syncope is a condition caused by triggers such as the sight of blood or intense emotional distress.
HyunA disclosed last year that in addition to the fainting she has been suffering from depression and panic disorder.
“I came to talk about my conditions to ease the burden,” she wrote on her Instagram in 2019. P NATION said in a statement that it was decided the artist needed more treatment and rest at this time. “We will temporarily delay the release of a fresh single until HyunA recovers,” the statement said.
HyunA began her singing career as a member of now-defunct K-pop girl group Wonder Girls in 2007 but quit in the same year. In 2009, she debuted as a member of girl group 4Minute, which disbanded in 2016.
She went solo in 2010 with the single “Change” and has released a series of hits including “Bubble Pop!” (2011). She revealed in 2018 that she has been dating singer DAWN, a former member of the boy band PENTAGON.
Source: The Korea Times