FNC reassures fans that Cherry Bullet is safe following volcano eruption in the Philippines + will return to Korea once airports re-open

Published 4 months ago

On January 13th, Cherry Bullet's company FNC Entertainment stated on the official fancafe, "On the 11th and 12th, [Cherry Bullet] were in Manila, Philippines to attend the 24th Asian Television Awards in Manila, Philippines when a volcano erupted nearby. Members and staff are all safe at a hotel, watching the situation."

Cherry Bullet are currently not able to continue with their schedules due to airports in the Philippines being closed. FNC continued, "The return flight was supposed to be on the 13th, but the airport is completely closed, so we will take steps to make sure the group is back home safely as soon as the situation is back to normal. We truly hope that no damage will be given to residents and fans. We will do our best to return home safely."

Over 6,000 residents and tourists were evacuated after the eruption of a volcano near the Philippine capital, Manila. There have been no reports of casualties, but all arrivals and departures at Manila International Airport have been suspended due to volcanic ash.

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