Several cast and crew of tvN‘s variety show Sixth Sense 3 have been tested positive for COVID-19.
Recently, it was confirmed that the original six members from the second season of Sixth Sense would return for a third season. While it was planned to return on March 11, it is now postponed after some cast and crew tested positive for COVID-19.
The PD (program producing director), Lee Sang Yeob, former Lovelyz member Lee Mi Joo, and soloist Jessi all have tested positive for COVID-19 today.
Lee Sang Yeob’s agency Ungbin ENS reported that he used a self-test kit after experiencing symptoms of a sore throat and chills on February 21. Initially, he received negative results. The next day, he took a PCR test and was tested positive.
Thankfully, he is fully vaccinated, including a booster shot. So, we are trusting a full recovery as he is currently quarantined.
Likewise, Lee Mi Joo’s label Antenna shared that she took a PCR test today and was confirmed positive. As of now, her scheduled events are suspended while she recovers. She is also vaccinated and quarantined.
Reportedly, Jessi has unfortunately been tested positive for COVID-19 too. According to P NATION, she has experienced a mild fever. Jessi also has been vaccinated.
Additionally, Starship‘s King Kong agency and tvN revealed that Jun So Min would not be able to participate in the new season of Sixth Sense after an injury.
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak on set, Sixth Sense 3 will be postponed for a week. Originally, it was to premiere on March 11 and will now premiere on March 18 at 8:40 PM KST.
We’re wishing everyone a speedy recovery!
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