Park Seo-joon in quarantine after testing positive for COVID-19 | Inquirer Entertainment

Park Seo-joon in quarantine after testing positive for COVID-19

/ 03:18 PM February 24, 2022

Park Seo-joon

Park Seo-joon (Image: Instagram/@bn_sj2013)

South Korean star Park Seo-joon is currently in quarantine after testing positive for the coronavirus, his agency confirmed.

Park’s agency, Awesome ENT, revealed the actor’s condition in a statement obtained by Soompi today, Feb. 24. The agency noted that Park first had a positive result on a COVID-19 self-testing kit before going to his filming commitments.


“As a preemptive measure, Park Seo-joon carried out tests using self-testing kits before moving to all his filming sets. Before proceeding to his scheduled activity last week, he tested positive using a self-testing kit, so after carrying out a PCR test, he ultimately received a positive test on [Feb.] 19,” it stated.


The agency added that Park received three doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. He is also in recovery and “has no special symptoms” of the virus.

“[Park Seo-joon] has completed three doses of the COVID-19 vaccine and he has halted all scheduled activities since [Feb. 18] and is taking the necessary measures to quarantine and receive treatment in keeping with the guidelines set by government health authorities,” Awesome ENT assured the actor’s fans.

The actor is set to be released from quarantine tomorrow, Feb. 25, as per Allkpop, also today.

Park is known for starring in various Korean dramas including “Itaewon Class,” “Fight for My Way,” “Hwarang: The Poet Warrior Youth” and “What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim.”

He last came to the Philippines in 2019, when he held a fan meet at the Mall of Asia Arena. Dana Cruz /ra



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