NewJeans’ Danielle apologizes for mentioning ‘Chinese New Year’ instead of ‘Lunar New Year’ – K-GEN

NewJeans’ Danielle apologizes for mentioning ‘Chinese New Year’ instead of ‘Lunar New Year’ – K-GEN

Danielle apologized and corrected a mistake on her part.

On Jan. 19, on the NewJeans phone app, the singer celebrated the Lunar New Year by asking fans: “Bunnies, what are you doing for Chinese New Year?” »

Therefore, after using the term “Chinese New Year” instead of “Lunar New Year,” Danielle immediately deleted her message, but insisted on apologizing and explaining herself two days later.

On January 21, Danielle wrote:

“Hello, this is Danielle from NewJeans.

On January 19th I sent a message on the phone saying: “Bunnies, what are you doing for Chinese New Year?” » I realized I made a mistake and deleted it, but many people had already received the message, which was irreversible.

The Lunar New Year is a national holiday celebrated in many countries, including ours, so my expression was inappropriate and I deeply regret it. I also apologize to any rabbits who have been hurt or disappointed as a result.

I won’t forget that and will try to be more careful from now on.

I apologize again. »

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