Dalmatian's Inati stands on stage after 2,798 days & endures brain aneurysm, a touching story
In fighting off an illness and making his debut after 2,798 days, he is the true hero.
Group Dalmatian’s member Inati had promoted with People Crew in 2000 and started his training in 2003 as he returned to the stage after 9 years. He made a record of beating 2AM’s Jo Kwon who took 2,567 days to make his debut.
The fatal incident took place in April of 2004 as he was taken to the hospital after feeling severe pains in his head. The results were shocking. He was diagnosed with a rare case of brain aneurysm as he fell into a coma. The doctors had claimed that it would be difficult for him to wake up. After two months of hardships, he was able to miraculously leave the hospital in 2005.
“It was unbelievable that I woke up,” said Inati who smiled. He said his one form of support was music. He was able to join the other 5 in becoming Dalmatian and standing on stage together. They began promotions with their debut song “Round One” on September 1st of last year and his movie-like story is being known again through Dalmatian’s recently released first mini album.
A representative of the company said, “The doctors said it was a miracle that he could even stand on stage. He recently got a check-up too as his recovery process took a fairly long time. In being taken away from the stage for so long, his passion to stand on it is even greater.”
Dalmatian is currently promoting with the songs “The Man Opposed” and “Lover Cop.”
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