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Ji Soo says suffering from bone infection was hardest time in his life

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Actor Ji Soo opened up about suffering with acute osteomyelitis.


Back in September, Ji Soo had to abruptly undergo surgery due to a bone infection in his leg. He talked about his recent surgery on October 31 with Osen, saying, "I've recovered a lot, and I'm continuing to get regular check-ups." 


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Ji Soo continued, "I was limping my leg before I went to the hospital. It was so painful; it was the hardest time in my life. But when I think about it now, time flew by, and I wonder if I was ever hurt. The human body amazes me." 


The actor also talked about his drama, 'Fantastic', which was still filming during his sudden hospitalization. Ji Soo said, "The scriptwriter had a difficult time too. They had to take out lines that were already set. The directors and staff worried about me a lot, and I was also very sorry. However, amazingly enough, I was able to participate in filming and make it look like I was walking thanks to [the staff's] consideration. At times, they just filmed bust cuts because I had a cast on my leg."


Stay healthy, Ji Soo!

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    bibi87 Tuesday, November 1, 2016

    Wow, osteomyelitis is no joke, I'm happy he is okay now. Stay healthy, boy! :)

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    Whalien_52 Tuesday, November 1, 2016

    Oh my! Please do get well soon Ji soo! ohhh damn

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    Supermekpop Tuesday, November 1, 2016

    Jisoo your so sweet

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