Gyuri shows sorrow post-surgery
Gyuri from the girl group KARA has spoken out on Twitter about her recent vocal cord surgery.
“Why is my neck still so tense? I’m afraid that I won’t be able to sing even if I try to make a noise. I’ve been crying all morning,” the star wrote.
The singer also showed her agitation at the possibility that she may not recover in time for the band’s six-nation Asian tour in April.
A few days ahead of the mournful tweet, Gyuri had informed netizens that the surgery was a success and that she’d been sleeping a lot from the anesthetic.
“Thank you for your concerns. I hope to recover soon and be able to sing for you all,” Gyuri said after the surgery, which took place Feb. 21.
DSP Media announced on Feb. 20 that the singer would have the operation after having been diagnosed with vocal nodules back in November. The surgery had been postponed at the singer’s request, the agency said, adding that the singer would undergo a special rehabilitation program to ensure she has a quick recovery.
By Carla Sunwoo