Johnny is taking a break after a surprising injury. The NCT member has injured his clavicle and is required to wear a brace. This means that Johnny Suh will have to halt his upcoming activities to focus on his recovery.

SM Entertainment Announces NCT Member Johnny’s Clavicle Injury and Temporary Hiatus

On June 12, SM Entertainment issued a statement confirming Johnny’s injury. According to the statement, Johnny “bumped his right shoulder against a studio door” while filming new content. The impact was serious enough for the NCT member to go to the hospital to receive a medical examination.

“According to the results, his right clavicle (collarbone) is fractured, and he received medical advice that he should wear a brace to secure the relevant area and to minimize movement until recovery,” the statement read.


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The agency also announced that the NCT member will “temporarily halt all his scheduled activities and focus on treatment and recovery.” SM promised to provide an update on Johnny’s return at a later date.

“We sincerely apologize for causing concern to fans with the sudden news,” the statement added. “The agency will put the artist’s treatment as priority and help Johnny focus on his recovery. We will do our best so that he can greet fans again in good health.”

Johnny’s recovery is certainly important for NCT. It has just been confirmed that NCT will hold five full-group stadium concerts.

NCT Nation: To The World will also feature performances from all of the subunits. It is possible that the new subunit NCT Tokyo will also be introduced. The stadium concerts will take place in South Korea and Japan at the Incheon Munhak Stadium, Yanmar Stadium Nagai, and Ajinomoto Stadium from August to September 2023.

Johnny joined NCT in January 2017. Seo Young Ho is also a member of NCT U and NCT 127.