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Seventeen’s Jeonghan came a cropper as he ran across the stage with his bandmates.

The poor lad looked like he did himself a nasty as he jogged across the stage, but missed his footing on an open trap door and fell down, clearly hitting his leg on the edge of the stage opening.

The group performed at MBC Gayo Daejejeon for the New Year celebrations, with hugely popular performances of Campfire and Clap Remix.

At the end of the performance, with five minutes to go until new year, all the performers gathered on stage, but as Seventeen had been elsewhere they had to make their way back to the main stage.

SEVENTEEN’s Jeonghan 'unhurt' after stage fall at MBC Gayo Daejejeon
Jeonghan appears to hurt himself (Picture: Twitter)
SEVENTEEN’s Jeonghan 'unhurt' after stage fall at MBC Gayo Daejejeon
Pristin rushed to help (Picture: Twitter)

As they did so, Jeonghan missed his footing and fell down the gap in the stage, seemingly hitting his knee on the edge. Luckily he saved himself from falling entirely, and Pristin was on hand to help him back up.

Thankfully he’s A-OK – reassuring fans the next day during V Live that he didn’t get hurt.

He said: ‘I was greeting everyone so I didn’t see where I was going. I was surprised myself, but didn’t get hurt or anything.’

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