ASTRO’s Agency Pronounces After Moonbin’s Death: “He Became A Star In The Sky”

A few hours ago, the world of K-pop and specifically fans of STAR They were shocked to learn of Moon Bin’s sudden death at the age of 25. Despite the fact that many did not want to believe it, the fact was confirmed by the authorities, and now the same South Korean group has spoken in an extensive statement.

Through their social networks officers, the group – which from now on will only have Cha Eun-woo, Sanha, Jin Jin and MJ as members after leaving rocky a few months ago – confirmed the death of the well-known member who had just renewed his contract with the Fantagio agency on December 30.

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“This is Fantagio. First of all, we apologize for the sad and heartbreaking news. On April 19, ASTRO member Moon Bin suddenly left us and became a star in the sky. It is incomparable to the pain of the Grieving families who lost their beloved son and brother, but all Astro members, fellow artists, and Fantagio executives and employees are deeply mourning the deceased with such sadness and shock,” it read.

“It is even more heartbreaking to give sudden news to the fans who supported Moon Bin and gave him generous love. It is more heartbreaking because we know the heart of the deceased who always wanted and thought of the fans more than anyone. We sincerely ask you to stay Please refrain from speculative reporting and malicious reporting so that bereaved families, who are deeply saddened by the sudden and disturbing news, can reverently commemorate and bury the deceased,” the message also reads.

In addition, STAR gave details of what will be the wake and funeral of moonbininforming AROHA – the fans of the group – which will be given in strict private. “In accordance with the will of the bereaved families, the funeral will be held as quietly as possible with relatives and colleagues from the company in attendance. Once again, we send our deepest condolences on the last journey of the deceased. >” they said.

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