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Moon Geun-young undergoes surgery 3 times and awaits results, "Romeo and Juliet" cancelled

2017/02/07 | Permalink | Source

Actress Moon Geun-young who was diagnosed with acute compartment syndrome has had to undergo surgery three times and is currently in recovery. However, her theater play "Romeo and Juliet" had to be cancelled.

Namu Actors stated, "Moon Geun-young is in recovery. She is showing good health signs but she may need additional surgery in the future. Therefore, her play "Romeo and Juliet" in Daegu and Andong will be cancelled".

"We apologize for those fans who have waited to watch the play".

Moon Geun-young expressed pain in her right arm on the 1st of February and was taken to the hospital the next day.

The acute compartment syndrome is a disease that requires urgent surgery due to severe pain, paralysis, damage of nerve tissue and others as blood flow to muscles and nervous tissues decreases below a certain level due to increase in intraocular pressure.

Source : www.etoday.co.kr/news...

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