Seo Min-woo of K-pop boy band 100% has tragically passed away at the age of 33.
According to a statement from 100%'s label, TOP Media, the star suffered a cardiac arrest in his home in Gangnam, Seoul on Sunday night. Seo Min-woo was a Korean singer-actor who is best known for his work with 100%, who made their debut in 2012 with their EP We, 100%.
When it came to acting, Seo Min-woo had last appeared on The Unit, a Korean reality television series where K-pop stars compete for the chance to renew their career. 100%'s last work with Seo Min-woo was a Japanese EP titled Song For You, which was released on February 14.
Read the statement from TOP Media below.
I am sorry to hear so sudden and heartbreaking news.
On March 25th, the artist, 100% member of the group, Seomin Woo, left us.
The deceased was found to have a cardiac arrest in his home in Gangnam, Seoul. 119 paramedics were dispatched, but he was found to have died.
All of the sudden B-boys, including the bereaved family, 100% members of the family, teompi media fellow entertainers and all employees are mourning the deceased.
Min Woo-kun was the eldest brother of the team, and he has been leading the members well and has many friends who really love the members and fans. Everyone who knows Min-woo is more sad because he knows his tenderness and sincerity.
The funeral will be held quietly according to the will of the family.
I mourn deeply on the last road of the decease
Our condolences go out to Seo Min-woo's family, friends, 100% and their fans. Rest in peace, Seo Min-Woo.
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