Korean actor Yoo Joo Eun leaves heartbreaking note before dying at 27

South Korean actor Yoo Joo Eun passed away on Monday at the age of 27.

Yuu’s older brother broke the news A report of her death on her Instagram account. set it to private, on tuesday.

“On August 29, 2022, Joo-eun left this place and went to a comfortable place” Yoo’s brother wrote in the post“If you have time, please say hello to Joo Eun on the way.”

The Instagram post also reportedly included a note Yu wrote for a loved one before he died.

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started taking notes We apologize and thank them for their love and support. “I’m sorry for going ahead. I’m most sorry for my mom, dad, grandma, and oppa (older brother). My heart is screaming that I don’t want to live anymore. Life may be empty without me, but live bravely. Watch over everything, don’t cry, you’re unhealthy.”

She went on to assure everyone that she was already at peace. It’s been a very happy life That’s enough It’s enough This is enough Live without blaming anyone I didn’t die So live well I hope many people come to my house I hope to hold funerals, greet faces that I haven’t seen in a while, and check on people who are going through difficult times.”

Yoo, who is best known for his roles in the drama series ‘Big Forest’ (2018) and ‘Joseon Survival Age’ (2019), described his passion for acting as a blessing and a curse. That was my whole life and my purpose. But it wasn’t easy to live that life. I didn’t want to do anything else. Curse. “

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The note concludes with gratitude to her family and loved ones. A successful life. Thank you so much for understanding me and holding me when I was lacking and impatient. I’m sorry I couldn’t express myself well. Thank you and respected all of you.Thank you for teaching me so many things in life.Mom, Papa, I love you.Please don’t cry.Please.

Authorities have yet to confirm the cause of her death, although local reports have referred to suicide.

If you or someone you know is struggling with suicidal thoughts, please contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.Click for a list of international suicide hotlines here.

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