Updated as of January 12, 3:00 PM:
Cherry Bullet has been reported to return to South Korea from the Philippines this afternoon.
FNC Entertainment shared in a news outlet that the girls are bound to return to South Korea following the resume of flight operations.
One of the members, Haeyoon, shared in their official Instagram a photo with the caption, “Our fans! We’re doing fine, so don’t worry!! I sincerely hope there won’t be any further damage.”
Girl group Cherry Bullet is unable to return to South Korea from the Philippines.
On a statement made by FNC Entertainment on January 13 morning, the company said that Cherry Bullet was scheduled to return to Korea. However, the eruption of Taal Volcano caused the cancellation of flights, including that of the group’s.
Cherry Bullet and their staff is currently staying at a hotel and will return to the country once the situation returns to normal. FNC Entertainment wished for the safety of local residents and fans.
Cherry Bullet came to the Philippines to perform at the 24th Asian Television Awards held at Resorts World Manila.
A sudden eruption occurred in Taal Volcano on January 12, causing ashfalls in Batangas, Cavite, and nearby Metro Manila Areas. PHIVOLCS has raised the alert to Level 4 due to a possible hazardous eruption within days.
Stay safe, everyone!