12:47 pm - 07/23/2012

B1A4's Gongchan receives kidney surgery

Group B1A4’s member Gongchan received a kidney removal surgery today. (23rd)

According to Gongchan’s doctor “Gongchan’s diagnoses was an apriority narrowing of his kidney pelvis ureter in which one side of his kidney was not able to function and therefore received surgery.”

B1A4’s company WM Entertainment claimed “Gongchan was experiencing pains on his side during Baby Good Night promotions and was diagnosed with kidney problems when consulting with the doctor. However, his strong will to undergo surgery once the Baby Good Night promotions were over delayed his surgery. Whenever Gongchan would experience pains he would take pain killers and go on with his promotions with bright looks, making it unaware to fellow B1A4 members and fans. He also didn’t want the fans to worry so asked to keep information of the surgery quiet.”

Currently, Gongchan’s surgery has gone successfully and is recovering in the hospital. He will be hospitalized for a week.

Once he is out of the hospital there should be no problems with everyday life but will need to avoid promotions for the time being.

On the other hand, B1A4 finished their album promotions and will star in KBS JOY’s “B1A4’s Hello Baby” set to air on July 25th and hopes to show a different side to them.

source: naver, trans by michinfucker

WHY would you put something like this off?! :( Get well soon Channie 

krissasaur 23rd-Jul-2012 01:06 pm (UTC)
Hmm weird. maybe my doctors are just idiots.. But i was never told this? And I only have one.. :/

It could also depend on why it was removed though, I assume.
gigabytexx 23rd-Jul-2012 01:50 pm (UTC)
I never experience this myself but since so many people said the same thing in here, I assumed that it's true. Honestly this is the first time I heard that having 1 kidney doesnt really change anything :O ..... i mean as in stamina and such.
I even watched Discovery Channel about a village in Phillipines where so many men (mostly fishermen) sold their kidneys to get money, in that show they also said that after selling their kidney they cant work like used to be...they easily get tired & easily get sick, their endurance decreased... then finally they're struggling for money again because they couldn't catch up with the incomes.
krissasaur 23rd-Jul-2012 02:26 pm (UTC)
Hmm maybe I should be careful them. I was never into sports or anything like that, so now I am wondering if that was a good thing. O_O
gigabytexx 23rd-Jul-2012 02:36 pm (UTC)
I think sports should just okay for regular people, unless you're an athlete with ridiculous amount of practice o_o
krissasaur 23rd-Jul-2012 02:38 pm (UTC)
Yea, maybe that's why they never told me? Seems like it would have been something they would mention though..... :/
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