Haesoo, a popular singer from South Korea, passed away recently. Although a suicide note has been found by the police, there are no suspicions of any foul play involved.
According to multiple Korean news outlets, Haesoo, a trot singer, recently passed away at the age of 29. The news of her death came two days after the police discovered the body of an unidentified K-pop star, and her identity was not disclosed until the investigation was concluded. The cause of her death remains undisclosed at this time.
According to a Monday report from South Korean news outlet YTN, the K-pop singer who was previously unidentified has been revealed as Haesoo. Koreaboo, a news portal, also confirmed the existence of a suicide note discovered by the police. However, the officers have chosen not to disclose specific details regarding the contents of the letter, while simultaneously dismissing any suspicions of foul play. Initially, reports indicated that the singer was found deceased in her dormitory, but the latest updates suggest that she was in a hotel room at the time of her passing.
Due to her untimely demise, Haesoo will no longer be participating in the festival scheduled for May 20, as reported by YTN.
Haesoo made her debut as a trot singer in 2019 and quickly gained recognition among her fans. Her notable single album was titled “My Life I Will.” Through her appearances on popular TV shows like “The Trot Show,” “AM Plaza,” and “Gayo Stage,” she solidified her status as a household name in South Korea. Additionally, she showcased her talent on KBS 2TV’s “Immortal Song.”
According to reports, Haesoo’s birthdate is believed to be in December 1993. It has been mentioned that she pursued studies in Korean music, specializing in traditional Korean music. Unfortunately, further details regarding her family and most recent agency are not currently accessible online.