February 25, 2024
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SEVENTEEN Leader S.Coups Injured Knee, to Undergo Surgery

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SEVENTEEN Leader S.Coups Injured Knee

SEVENTEEN’s leader S.Coups has sustained a knee injury and will be undergoing surgery. The injury occurred on August 10 while he was playing a ball game for content filming.

He was immediately transported to the hospital and underwent a comprehensive examination, where a rupture of the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in his left knee was confirmed.

PLEDIS Entertainment released a statement on WeVerse on Thursday, August 17, 2023, to inform fans about S.Coups’ injury. The statement reads:

We would like to inform you about SEVENTEEN member S. COUPS's current health status and his activities moving forward.

S. COUPS sustained an injury to his left knee while landing while playing a ball game for content filming on August 10. He immediately went to the hospital and received a comprehensive medical examination, which revealed a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL).

S. COUPS will undergo surgery to repair his ACL at a later date. The specific date of the surgery will be announced once it is finalized.

After the surgery, S. COUPS will focus on his recovery and will not be able to participate in SEVENTEEN's activities until he is fully recovered.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause to fans. We will do our best to support S. COUPS's recovery so that he can return to activities in good health as soon as possible.

ACL tears are considered one of the most devastating injuries in the sporting world because they can take a long time to recover from. The average recovery time is at least six to nine months, and some people don’t reach their pre-injury form until a full year later.

S.COUPS is disappointed that he won’t be able to participate in SEVENTEEN’s activities for a while, but he’ll focus on his recovery and come back stronger than ever. Pledis Entertainment is taking his recovery seriously and waiting until the swelling and inflammation in his knee have minimized before he undergoes surgery.

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