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Leader Jung Yonghwa has been diagnosed with Vocal Cord Nodules

Leader Jung Yonghwa has been diagnosed with Vocal Cord Nodules (04.28.2010)

CNBLUE’s leader Jung Yonghwa has been diagnosed with vocal cord nodules.

Jung Yonghwa’s agency, FNC Music, on the 28th said in an interview to Money Today Star News, “On the 21st of April on the set of SBS’s ‘Kim Jung Eun’s Chocolate,’ during the recording, Jung Yonghwa said his throat felt weird so we took him to the hospital where he was diagnosed with vocal cord nodules.”

Vocal cord nodules are small growths on the vocal cords that occur due to high levels of stress on the vocal cords (similar to a callus on the hand). They are commonly referred to as the singer’s nodule. Symptoms include a breathy voice and a hoarse throat.

At the rehearsal recording for ‘Chocolate,’ Jung Yonghwa repeatedly said that he felt his vocalization was off and that his throat felt weird.

An official said, “The first steps we have to take do not include surgery, the only thing the doctor recommended was that Jung Yonghwa take a break from all activities including CNBLUE’s new album.”

The representative also stated that the nodule was found at a very early stage and should be easily treated with some rest and relaxation. Unfortunately, CNBLUE’s album will be delayed, and the May release date that was planned will be delayed slightly.

Thankfully the sickness is not serious and Jung Yonghwa will be back soon. We wish him a fast and safe recovery.

Taken from allkpop.


I guess that means no Dream Concert cause it will be held on May 22. I don’t care if they’re gonna release the album after World Cup. What’s important is to restore Yonghwa’s health.

More information about Vocal Cord Nodules can be found here.

Treatment is to avoid whatever is irritating the larynx and rest the voice. If abuse of the voice is the cause, voice therapy conducted by a speech therapist may be needed to teach the person how to speak or sing without straining the vocal cords. Most nodules go away with this treatment, but most polyps must be surgically removed to restore the person’s normal voice.

***Yonghwa please take enough rest. We can wait for the album or any other activities, please focus on your health. We will always be here for you…

Re-posted by Lyna@cnbluestorm.