Park Yoo-chun involved in an accident

Park Yoo-chun involved in an accident

3 May – Fans were surprised to find out that JYJ's Park Yoo-chun had been involved in a car accident last week.

Koreaboo reported that a representative of C-JeS Entertainment revealed, "On 26 April, Park Yoo-chun had a minor car accident on his way to the set of his drama "Rooftop Prince" in Gwangju. Yoo-chun was sitting in the passenger seat in the front while his manager was dozing off on the wheel, leading the van to crash into the car in front."

However, despite the accident, Yoo-chun reportedly continued filming for "Rooftop Prince" that day due to heavy schedule and even attended the 48th Baeksang Arts Awards the next day.

However, Allkpop website reported that the actor reportedly "...complained of neck and back pains, but delayed any medical examination to proceed with his schedules."

The representative continued, "Currently, he does have an appointment at the hospital set up. Though he adamantly stated he is okay, we plan on sending him to get examined as soon as he is free."

Earlier this week, actor Jang Geun-suk and his manager were also involved in a car accident, reportedly due to exhaustion caused by busy schedule.

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