ASTRO‘s Cha Eunwoo posted a handwritten apology for his actions of not following social distancing after it was revealed he was in Itaewon on April 25.
In the letter, he apologized to his fans, agency, and everyone who may have been hurt by his actions.
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— ASTRO 아스트로 (@offclASTRO) May 19, 2020
Hello, this is Cha Eunwoo.
First of all, I would like to apologize to everyone who may have been disappointed by my poor actions. Even now, there are many medical workers and Koreans still working hard to attempt to overcome the Coronavirus pandemic in Korea. I am reflecting on my actions for going to a restaurant and bar in Itaewon with my friends, not following social distancing recommendations even though I also participated in the “Thanks To You Challenge”.
I am sincerely sorry for disappointing my fans who have believed in me and support me, and sincerely sorry to the many people who have watched over me until now. I am also very sorry to my members, agency staff, and the many people around me.
I will work harder to become a person who thinks and acts more carefully, in order to repay all of the precious love I have received. Once again, I would like to apologize for worrying many people.
— Cha Eunwoo
Cha Eunwoo is the second idol involved in the Itaewon restaurant reports to post a handwritten apology letter. Late last night, NCT’s Jaehyun posted his own apology letter on his personal Instagram account.
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