The South Korean singer Park Ji Eun had departed from the group Purple Kiss. She had to take this decision by taking into consideration her poor health. From being a seven-member group, Purple Kiss will have only six members now, Na Go-eun, Dosie, Ireh, Yuki, Chaein, and Swan.
On November 18, RBW, Purple Kiss Company gave an official statement with regard to the departure of Park Ji Eun. The message was posted on the group’s official fan cafe.
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Here is why Park Ji Eun left the Group, Purple Kiss.
The announcement says, “Hello. This is RBW.
First of all, we would like to apologize for sharing such unexpected news with the fans of PURPLE KISS who have always given love to the group.
Park Ji Eun, a member of PURPLE KISS up until this point, has left the group. Park Ji Eun attended the hospital where a medical specialist informed her that she needed enough rest and stability due to her ongoing bad health and symptoms of anxiousness while participating in group activities.
We spent a considerable amount of time talking with Park Ji Eun during a break discussing the group’s activities, future plans, and other matters. After careful discussion, it was agreed that Park Ji Eun should end her involvement with PURPLE KISS for the betterment of her health.
As a result, we would like to let you know that Park Ji Eun will wrap up her activities with PURPLE KISS today and that the group, PURPLE KISS will move forward with its group activities as a six-member unit.
We apologize for the trouble we’ve caused to the fans, and we’ll do all in our power to support Ji Eun in both her recovery and future activities. We kindly request your continued support for Ji Eun, who will continue on a new road, as well as your warm support for the six other members who will continue to demonstrate growth.
Before making their formal debut on March 15, 2021, with the EP “Into Violet,” the band Purple Kiss released two digital singles as pre-debuts: “My Heart Skip a Beat” in November 2020 and “Can We Talk Again” in February 2021.