SEOUL -- The outbreak of a deadly new coronavirus prompted K-pop singer Taeyeon and boy band NCT Dream to cancel their overseas concerts.
"The safety of artists, audience and staff is a priority for us and we will do our best to prevent the spread of the disease by accepting advice from authorities," Dreammaker Entertainment, the organizer of concerts by Taeyeon and NCT Dream, said in a statement.
Taeyeon was to hold a concert in Singapore on February 1 and NCT Dream's concerts were to be held in Macau on February 7~8 and Singapore on February 15. Dreammaker said it will update fans with new concert schedules. Patients infected with the virus have been reported in Singapore and Macau.
Super Junior, a K-pop boy band, had originally planned to invite fans to "SUPER JUNIOR THE STAGE," the nine-member band's come back show on January 28, but the invitation has been canceled.
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