SHINee’s Taemin comeback will be postponed due to wrist injury. The singer and dancer needs time to recovery after the injury.
On July 8, Joy News 24 reported that Taemin had injured his right wrist while practicing the choreography of his upcoming solo track. The report shared that while the injury was not major, he needed time to recover and would be pushing back his solo comeback.
Soon after, SM Entertainment confirmed, “Taemin fractured an area near his right wrist when he fell down while practicing his choreography. He is making regular visits to the hospital for treatment, and we plan to readjust and announce his comeback schedule according to the progress of his recovery.”
Taemin’s solo comeback was announced last month and would have been his first comeback in a year and five months since “WANT” in February 2019.
Lee Taemin is a South Korean singer, dancer, actor and the youngest member of the five-member SHINee group.
Taemin started learning dancing from the third grade in elementary school and discovered his talent through the SM Open Weekend Audition Casting program in 6th grade.
In 2008, he was selected as a member of SHINee, a five-member group that debuted on May 25, 2008 on the SBS Inkigayo stage when he was 15 years old and currently the youngest member of the group.
Taemin takes the lead role of the group and is considered as one of the best choreographers in Kpop. His voice is also increasingly appreciated and perfected.
In 2011, Taemin and other members went to Japan to collaborate with EMI Music Japan to release their first Japanese single and he officially debuted there.
Hope Taemin will recover soon!