Moonbin, Member of K-Pop Band ASTRO, Dies at 25
The K-pop star was found dead on Wednesday at his home in Seoul.


Moonbin, member of the K-pop band ASTRO, passed on Wednesday at his home in Seoul. He was 25.

The pop star's demise was affirmed by the band and its administration office in an explanation in Korean presented on Twitter. They didn't indicate a reason.


As per the Korean news organization Yonhap, Moonbin was tracked down dead at his home in the upscale neighborhood of Gangnam at around 8:10 p.m. on Wednesday by his director, who reached the Seoul Gangnam Police headquarters.

Moonbin, conceived Jan. 26, 1998, was an entertainer, artist and, a performed model as well as a vocalist as a component of the band Moonbin and Sanha.

ASTRO, initially a six-man male K-Pop gathering, shot to notoriety in 2016 with their presentation EP "Spring Up." They were named to Bulletin's main 10 rundown of new K-Pop gatherings that year.

In an explanation shared early Wednesday, ASTRO declared the dropping of the Moonbin and Sanha visit in Jakarta "because of unexpected conditions."

Fresh insight about Moonbin's demise resounded all through the K-pop world, as fans adulated the star for acquainting them with the class, and grieved the abrupt misfortune.

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Moonbin is the latest of a progression of Korean superstars in their 20s kicking the bucket out of nowhere. In 2019, the passings of two other K-pop stars left South Korea soul looking through

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