Yohan, K-Pop Star of Boy Band TST, Dies at 28
K-pop star Yohan, real name Kim Jeong-hwan, of the boy band TST died on Tuesday at the age of 28.
“We are sad to deliver the most unfortunate and sadest news. On June 16, TST member Yohan left this world. The late Yohan's family is currently grieving deeply. "TST's record label, KJ Entertainment, said in a statement to The Guardian.
The cause of death was not disclosed.
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Yohan started his career in the K-pop scene in 2013 with the group NOM (No Other Man) and joined TST in 2017. The group of six reached the South Korean top 30 with their Eps "Time's Up" and "Wake Up". Their biggest hits are "Paradise", "Mind Control" and "Wake Up". The group's newest single, "Countdown," was released in January.
Yohan is not the only young K-pop star who has died in recent years. In 2017, Jonghyun, also known as Kim Jong-hyun, a member of the K-pop group SHINee, died at the age of 27. In October 2019, Sulli, a member of the pioneering girl group f (x), died at the age of 27, and in 2019 Goo Hara, the Korean pop singer best known for her work in the K-pop girl group Kara, Found dead in her Seoul home at the age of 28.
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