Fans are rejoicing after K-pop girl group TWICE’s member Jeongyeon appeared in a promotional video for the video game “Sudden Attack.”
Jeongyeon went on hiatus last October due to anxiety and was unable to join TWICE in promoting their album “Eyes Wide Open,” which was released on Oct. 26 last year.
Video game publisher Nexon announced on Jan. 7 that TWICE will be the first character in 2021 for the online game “Sudden Attack.”
All the members of TWICE appeared in a promotional video and because of this, the term “JEONGYEON” trended on Twitter.
Last October, JYP Entertainment, TWICE’s agency, issued a statement regarding Jeongyeon’s health, saying she was “experiencing psychological anxiousness in moving forward with her schedule.”
“Therefore, after deep discussions with Jeongyeon herself and other TWICE members, we have decided that it is needed for Jeongyeon to have sufficient rest and absolute stability, accompanied by professional medical measures,” the agency added.
The agency added “because we value our artists' mental and physical health more than anything, we inform you that Jeongyeon will be unable to attend TWICE's activities regarding the 2nd Full Album for the time being. We ask for your love and support for Jeongyeon's full recovery.”