The Jakarta Post
Nam Tae-hyun, who was born in 1994 and was the main vocalist of the group, also apologized to the many people who had supported him. (Nam Tae-hyun's Instagram/File)
Nam Tae-hyun, whose departure from k-pop idol group Winner was announced last Friday has written a hand-penned letter to his fans.
“If you say that it’s short, then it is short and if you say it’s a long time, then many things have happened during this long period of time. I have received an undeserved love as member of group Winner, Nam Tae-hyun and I was really happy,” Nam said in the letter he uploaded on his Instagram account on Saturday night.
Nam Taeh-hyun who was born in 1994, also apologized to the many fans who have supported him during his time with the band.
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“It is a decision made after a long discussion but my heart, that wants to create good music, has not changed and I will meet you through different music and production,” he said.
He also wishes his fans good health in the winter. He wrote, “Please be healthy in this cold weather and sincerely, thank you for everyone who has given me support.”
YG Entertainment announced on Friday that Nam was leaving the group, citing the idol’s mental health. The group will remain as a four act from now on with remaining members Song Min-ho, Kang Seung-yoon, Kim Jin-woo and Lee Seung-hoon. YG has yet to make an announcement about the future plans of the group. (asw)
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