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JYP Entertainment Releases Official Statement on 2PM Nichkhun’s Participation in KOICA

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2012.10.05 19:41 Mwave Grace Danbi Hong

With 2PM’s Nichkhun making a return after his DUI incident , his agency, JYP Entertainment released an official statement explaining his comeback.

On October 5, Nichkhun will be leaving for Tanzania to take part in MBC’s KOICA’s Dream where he will be volunteering to help the country’s residents. This will mark his return after going on hiatus in July.

Considering that the public might not be so forgiving with only three months’ worth of self-reflection, JYP Entertainment released a statement, explaining Nichkhun’s comeback.

JYP Entertainment Releases Official Statement on 2PM Nichkhun’s Participation in KOICA

The company apologized for Nichkhun’s DUI incident once more and explained that he has been going through a period of self-reflection.

“He knew that it wasn’t a sufficient amount of self-reflection time, but [Nichkhun] related greatly with the program’s objective and thought it would be a good opportunity to extend his current volunteer work to greater things. So after much contemplation, he decided to join the team.”

Nichkhun was already scheduled to take part in the project and joined to prevent any more inconveniences to other parties.

“Nichkhun will promise to do his best to show a good image to his fans and the public. We hope you’ll show generosity to him.”

Nichkhun will be joined by Taecyeon, actors Lee Tae Ran, Park Sun Woong, and Kim Hyuk, They will leave for Tanzania with their team on October 5 and arrive back in Korea on October 21.

Photo Credit: Hea Jung Min

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