News just released about a famous boy band singer's death. Seo Minwoo was 33-years-old and passed away on March 25, according to "The Guardian."
A statement was released by "Top Media," that the K-Pop boy band, "100%," singer passed away when he went into cardiac arrest at his home in Seoul.
When paramedics arrived, they found Minwoo dead. The Korean band's label, "Top Media," paid tribute to the young man on their website.
"His family, the '100%' members, and the "Top Media" artists and staff members are all grief-stricken and in mourning from the unexpected, sad news," a "Top Media" statement, translated by "The Guardian," read.
Minwoo was the band's lead vocalist. He took a sabbatical from the band back in 2014 for a mandatory military service. He has been in several films such as "Sharp 3," and "The King and I."
"100%" made their debut in January 2017 with a breakthrough this year reaching Top 10 for their single, "Song for You." Their next performance is held in Tokyo and Osaka in April.
A former bandmate, Woo Changbum, also paid tribute to Minwoo on Instagram.
“May the souls of the deceased refrain. I hope you are comfortable in the sky. I want you to be a bright star and shine this world.”
Please keep his family and friends in your prayers.
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