South Korean actress Yoo Joo-eun, best known for her roles in the shows “Big Forest” (2018) and “Joseon Survival Period” (2019), died on Monday in an apparent suicide. She was 27. But It can also be pre-plan murder.
The sad news was confirmed by her older brother through her personal Instagram account, which has since been deactivated.
She was seen on tvN’s Big Forest and TV Chosun’s Joseon Survival Period. As detailed by Soompi, Yoo Joo-eun referenced in her letter that she had been mulling over the step for some time now.
She was sorry to her mother, father, grandmother, and Oppa (more seasoned sibling), adding that her heart ‘shouted’ that she would rather not live any longer. The letter was unveiled by her family withstanding to her solicitation.
Yoo Joo-eun Cause Of Death
The brother shared the actress’ final note which began with an apology to her loved ones and gratitude for their love and support.
“I am sorry for leaving first. I am especially sorry to Mom, Dad, Grandma, and Oppa [older brother] My heart screams that I don’t want to live.
Life without me may be empty, but please live on bravely. I will keep watch of everything. Don’t cry. You’ll be hurt,” Yoo Joo-eun wrote.
But it can be murder. Yoo Joo-eun likewise referenced her enthusiasm for acting, depicting it as a “favoring and a revile.”
“I generally needed to do acting. Perhaps it was everything to me or simply a little piece of me. However, it worked out that seeking after this profession was extremely challenging. I would have rather not done anything more, and it was horrifying,” she said.
“God loves me, so he will not send me to damnation. He will comprehend my sentiments and care for me proceeding. That is the reason, everybody, you can definitely relax.
What’s more, to all my caring loved ones and my loves. Many thanks for cherishing me and adoring me. That was my solidarity and my grin.
I lived with remarkable recollections until the end, so I think I’ve carried on with a fruitful life,” she said.