A 30-year-old trot singer majoring in Korean traditional music who died unfortunately, also had a suicide note at the seawater site
Trot singer Ha-soo (real name Kim Ara) passed away unfortunately at an early age.
According to the police on the 13th, Yongsan Police Station in Seoul received a report at 10 a.m. on the 12th that A was found dead in his accommodation. Police said they found a suicide note believed to have been written by A at the scene and handed over the deceased A to his family.
Later on the 14th, A was revealed as trot singer Haesoo. Hae-soo, who was born in 1993 and majored in Korean traditional music, debuted as a trot singer in 2019 and has been active as a trot song based on pansori.
In addition, at the beginning of this year, he proved his skills on KBS 2TV’s “Immortal Songs,” a terrestrial music competition program, drawing attention. He has been active since then, but he suddenly ended his life.
In particular, Hae-soo actively communicated with fans by posting posts on social networking services (SNS) accounts until the day before his death, which is even more regrettable. Currently, Hae-soo’s Instagram comment window is closed