On January 21st, three stars Yu Ni, Jeon Tae Soo, and Nam Bo Won left this world

Three celebrities became stars in the sky on Jan 21st, leaving behind their fans.

On January 21st, 2020, senior comedian Nam Bo Won (real name Kim Deok Yong), who was loved for his impersonation of various people and objects, passed away. He died of pneumonia at Soonchunhyang University Hospital in Yongsan-gu on January 21, 2020, after repetitive hospitalization and discharge due to his health problems. He was 84 years old.


The late comedian has made the entire Republic of Korea laugh earnestly with his two-man show collaborated with his junior Baek Nam Bong, who passed away first in July 2010. He was called the “Master of One-man Show” and was loved as a talented comedian. Above all, he was also well-known in the comedy world for a long time as someone who always support his junior comedian.

On January 21st, 2018, actor Jeon Tae Soo ended his own life. He had been steadily receiving treatment for depression throughout his lifetime. Despite showing some improvement and even discussing a specific return to acting, he eventually passed away at the young age of 34.


In 2011, he caused a stir by assaulting a taxi driver and the police after drinking. Jeon Tae Soo had devoted himself to acting to become like his sister Ha Ji Won, who reached the top as an actress. After sending her younger brother to the other side, Ha Ji Won wrote, “I love you, my beautiful star Tae Soo.”

It has already been 16 years since singer Yu Ni passed away. She was about to release her third album, but due to severe depression, she committed an extreme choice at her home in Seo-gu, Incheon on January 21st, 2007.


Yu Ni, who debuted as a child actor, was the icon of youth after starring in the movies “Seventeen” and “Run.” She debuted as a singer in June 2003 and received great love. However, Yu Ni also suffered from malicious comments due to her sexy image. At the end, she couldn’t overcome the pain and left for heaven.

May them rest in peace.

Source: OSEN

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