Due to health issues, ZEROBASEONE’s Kim Gyuvin has chosen to stop his promotional efforts. ZEROBASEONE’s very well-liked Kim Gyuvin made his debut with the group on July 10. The rookie idol felt he needed to take a vacation from the planned activities after making his debut. His condition was discussed in a statement from the group’s management company Wake One, which also provided information on his activities during this sabbatical.
Health update from Wake One
“Hello, This is Wake One Entertainment.
We are writing to let you know how ZEROBASEONE member Kim Gyuvin is doing and what we have planned for the future. Kim Gyuvin will take a vacation to regain his health because he is now feeling lightheaded.
He will undergo a full explanation and treatment in the hospital, as advised by the doctor. In the future, we intend to manage the scheduled activities for our artists with a focus on their health. We’ll try our best to keep our artists in good health. I’m grateful.
Regarding Kim Gyuvin With Han Yujin, Zang Hao, and other Yuehua Entertainment trainees
Kim Gyuvin took part in the Mnet survival show Boys Planet. The masters commended Kim Gyuvin for his rendition of NCT 127’s original song Kick It, which he sang throughout his performance of it. He continued to wow with his fascinating interpretation of Monsta X’s Love Killa, which included his well-known remark, “Did you only practise Love Killa for years?”
Aside from his sharp humour, Kim Gyuvin is renowned for his unique images. He earned a spot in the survival show’s final premiere line-up by placing seventh, ahead of Han Yujin in ninth place and Chinese trainee Zhang Hao in first.
When ZEROBASEONE Blooms
ZEROBASEONE made their debut on July 10 with the release of their little album YOUTH IN THE SHADE. In Bloom, the group’s captivating music video which resembled a video game and showed people flourishing even in the shadow, was just published.
The newcomer band made history by breaking a significant record with their debut album. On July 10, YOUTH IN THE SHADE sold over 1.2 million album copies, making it the most sold-out debut album in K-pop history.
ZEROBASEONE’s debut mini-album has already contributed to K-pop history!
ZEROBASEONE, a brand-new project group that was created on the Mnet survival series “Boys Planet,” made their public debut on July 10 with the release of their first mini album, “YOUTH IN THE SHADE.”
A record-breaking 1,240,700 copies of “YOUTH IN THE SHADE” were sold on the first day of sales alone, according to Hanteo Chart, making it the first debut album to ever sell more than a million copies in a single day, or even a week.
“YOUTH IN THE SHADE” not only broke the previous record for the most first-week sales of any debut album in just one day, but it also established a new record for the biggest first-day sales of any debut album in Hanteo history.
Both prior records belonged to X1, a group from the Mnet survival show project, whose debut mini album “QUANTUM LEAP” sold 524,007 copies in its first week after its release in 2019. Its first-day sales were 268,008 and 268,008, respectively.
In addition, SEVENTEEN, BTS, Stray Kids, and TXT are currently ahead of ZEROBASEONE as the male artist with the four most significant first-day sales in Hanteo history. ZEROBASEONE deserves praise for their outstanding new album.