Kyuhyun has just been confirmed to be involved in the apprehension of a woman attempting a knife attack. The Super Junior member was reportedly injured during the incident that took place in a music theater in Seoul.

Super Junior’s Kyuhyun Involved in Knife Attack Incident

On November 20, concerning news emerged regarding Super Junior’s Kyuhyun, who reportedly sustained an injury while intervening in an alarming incident. TV Chosun reported that the previous day, a woman in her 30s intruded into the dressing room of a musical theater in Seoul, wielding a weapon. She targeted an actor, and in the process of restraining her, Kyuhyun, who was present on-site, suffered a minor abrasion on his finger.

Responding to the reports, Kyuhyun’s agency, Antenna, provided an update, stating that the singer was promptly treated at the scene for the minor injury. The agency assured fans that Kyuhyun’s well-being is a priority, and he received immediate attention to address the situation.

“Kyuhyun suffered a minor abrasion on his finger and was treated immediately at the scene,” the statement read.

The Seoul Gangseo Police Station also swiftly took action, arresting the assailant on charges of special intimidation. The investigation is ongoing to ascertain the details surrounding the incident and the motive behind the attack.

Fans and well-wishers are expressing their concern for Kyuhyun’s safety and sending messages of support for his speedy recovery. The incident also highlights the challenges and unexpected situations that public figures may face, even in seemingly secure environments, emphasizing the importance of security measures and the need for a swift response to ensure the safety of individuals involved.

Kyuhyun has just reached a significant milestone in his career by unveiling a fresh fan club name and logo following his recent affiliation with his new agency, Antenna.

On Wednesday, November 15, the artist also revealed that his newly christened fan club will be named “KYUpiter.” The name also drew inspiration from the majestic Jupiter, the largest planet in the solar system.