FIFTY FIFTY member Aran faces an emergency, urgent notice from agency

On May 2nd, Attrakt announced through FIFTY FIFTY’s fan cafe, “We would like to inform you about Aran’s health condition and her participation in activities.”


In particular, the company wrote, “Recently, Aran experienced discomfort during dance practice for ‘The Beginning: Cupid’ album promotion and sought medical treatment and a thorough examination at a hospital. Although she received treatment during her activities, based on recent examination results, she has been advised by a specialist that surgery is necessary for a speedy recovery.”

Attrakt also explained, “We had lengthy discussions with Aran and her parents about her participation in ‘The Beginning: Cupid’ album promotion. She had a strong will to participate in the album promotion, as long as it didn’t jeopardize her health. However, in consideration of her long-term activities and after sufficient discussion, it was decided that she would undergo surgery, and she had surgery on the morning of the 2nd.”

The agency then added that the surgery was successful and Aran is currently recovering.


Lastly, Attrakt apologized, “We are sorry for causing concern to fans with this sudden announcement, and we will do our best to ensure Aran’s treatment and recovery so that she can meet HUNNIES (fandom of FIFTY FIFTY) in good health, as soon as possible.”

Meanwhile, girl group FIFTY FIFTY debuted in November 2022 with the debut album “The Fifty”. The four-member group consists of Saena, Aran, Keena, and Sio.

In addition, on March 28th (Korean time), FIFTY FIFTY entered the Billboard “HOT 100” chart at No. 100, within just 130 days after their debut, setting a record for the shortest time in history for a Korean singer. They have maintained their popularity, staying in the chart for five weeks and reaching up to 50th place.

FIFTY FIFTY has also shown explosive popularity in the UK’s Official Chart and on Spotify, which boasts the most users worldwide, setting new records every week and every day.

Source: Wikitree

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