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Jo Bo Ah says she's all better from her encephalomeningitis

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Actress Jo Bo Ah was previously diagnosed with encephalomeningitis, but she seems to be all better now!


She updated her Instagram on September 8 with the message, "Thank you for worrying. Thanks to the many people who supported me, I recovered extremely quickly and got back my health. I will work even harder from now on!"


SEE ALSO: Jo Bo Ah set to join 'The Man Who Lives at My House'



Meanwhile, she is currently working on drama 'Monster.'  Because of her dedication to her schedule, she had pushed back a detailed examination and returned to the set. After wrapping up all the scenes involving her, she was admitted into the hospital and treated.

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    Jins 17 days ago

    Hum go to watch shut up ! flower boys band it's a great drama or Princess surpluss

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    thestarsinthesky 18 days ago

    'i recovered extremely quickly' hmmm. I hope she's truly alright and not just saying things so she can go back to work.

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    emanresu10 18 days ago

    I've never heard of this actress.  She's pretty.  :)

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    Jins emanresu10 • 17 days ago

    Are you serious xD

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    emanresu10 Jins • 17 days ago

    I looked her up. I've never watched anything she's been in. It would seem that's why I had no clue who she was. (shrugs)

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    Jins emanresu10 • 17 days ago

    Hum go to watch shut up ! flower boys band it's a great drama or Princess surpluss

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