Park Seo Joon, a Korean actor, tested positive for COVID-19 on February 24, and on February 18, before leaving for work at a filming location, his self-diagnosis kit yielded a positive result. Following this, his PCR test, which came back positive on February 19, also diagnosed him with the virus.
Park Seo Joon tested positive using a self-testing kit
According to the statement, Park Seo Joon conducted tests using self-testing kits as a precautionary measure before moving to all of his filming locations. Soompi wrote that he tested positive using a self-testing kit last week before his scheduled activity. On February 19, he received a positive PCR test result after performing a PCR test.
Park Seo Joon has completed three doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, and he has ceased all planned activities since February 18. He is taking the necessary initiatives to quarantine and receive treatment following government health authorities’ guidelines. He is currently in the recovery stage and is not experiencing any unusual symptoms, Indian Express posted.
Park Seo Joon, born Park Yong Gyu, is a South Korean actor under Awesome Entertainment’s management. In 2011, he made his debut in Bang Yong Guk’s music video “I Remember,” and he later appeared in the television series “Dream High 2” and hosted “Music Bank” from October 2013 to April 2015.
Park Seo Joon has been announced as a cast member for the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s next Captain Marvel film, titled ‘The Marvels,’ though little is known about his role so far. The actor also appears in the sports comedy-drama ‘Dream,’ alongside singer IU, and in the disaster thriller ‘Concrete Utopia,’ alongside Lee Byung Hun and Park Bo Young.
The overseas shooting schedule for ‘Dream’ will resume soon, while Park Seo Joon has come back to South Korea to work on domestic projects.
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