After Lee Eun-joo ,U;Nee and Jung da bin Now Choi Jin-sil!!!
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i was shocked another south korean actress and mother of two Choi Jin-sil commit suicide
about two years ago when i saw Unborn But Forgotten i decided to seach the movie but i learn the actress of movie died in Feb 22 2005 before my mother's brithday . the actress's name Lee Eun-joo . Lee Eun-joo is one popular South Korean Actresses in history . she did nude scenes in Virgin Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors and The Scarlet Letter and she commit suicide after days only a few days after her graduation from Dankook University, shecommitted suicide at her apartment in Bundang, Seongnam. She was 24 years old. She slit her wrists and hanged herself. The family blamed the suicide on severe bouts of depression and mental illness, and said she had been suffering from insomnia due to the nude scenes she had done in The Scarlet Letter.

She left a suicide note scrawled in blood, in which she wrote, "Mom, I am sorry and I love you." A separate note said, "I wanted to do too much. Even though I live, I'm not really alive. I don't want anyone to be disappointed. It's nice having money... I wanted to make money

And 2 years later there was another Innocent Fomer Actress and popular pop singer U;nee aka Lee Hye-Ryeon
commit suicide after 11 days on my 13th brithday U;nee 's song Call Call Call is number 1 single
however scandal came U;Nee's image suffered further when she became associated with a scandal involving the late singer Altantuya Shaaribuu, who was murdered in October 2006 in Selangor, Malaysia.[2] Abdul Razak Baginda, a political analyst, was charged in connection with the murder of Altantuya.[3]

Following the murder, photographs purported to of her circulated in Malaysian and Singaporean tabloids.[4] The photographs were later shown to her father, Shaariibuu Setev, who denied they were of his daughter, saying: "That's not her...don't spoil her name".[5] Readers subsequently established that the photographs were those of U;Nee.[6].[7]

According to The Straits Times, these photographs were posted via e-mail throughout Malaysia; the emails were titled [email protected][8] Shaariibuu Setev, in a later interview in Bernama, criticized the press for publishing them
and then commit suicide one year later in her home in Seo-gu, Incheon, South Korea.

After her death, her mother held a press conference at the hospital. She confirmed that U;Nee suffered from bouts of depression, for which she took medication, and had problems dealing with the pressure of fame.[10][11]

U;Nee's management company stated that they would release her third album as planned on February 1, 2007.

One Month later another south korean actress commit suicide
Jung Da Bin whose real name Jeong Hye-Seon is top south korean actress which she end her life attended Yongdok Girls High School and Gongguk University. There, she majored in drama for two years. In Taiwan she gained popularity in playing schoolgirl types, especially for her miniseries Korean Wave. Jung Da Bin's first breakout role was in Korean movie Land of Ginkgo in 2000, where she starred with Kim Yoon Jin
Her dramas Attic cat and my sister in law is 19 were popular later she played a high school girl, Han Ye Won in a Korean comedy He Was Cool. opposite Song Seung Hun but some problems gone wrong
she get more Plastic surgery her mother got cancer and she commit suicide On the morning of Saturday, February 10, 2007, in the apartment of her boyfriend in Seoul. She was found by her boyfriend hanging in his bathroom with a towel wrapped around her neck. While no apparent suicide note was left behind, an entry in her on-line blog shortly before her death indicated she was suffering from depression. Jung Da Bin's last diary entry read:

“Everything is so complicated. I get angry for no reason and I feel like I’m going crazy. It hurts so much that I feel like I’m getting sea sick. My head hurts so much that I start to tear. I was becoming a slave of my temper. I thought that I was losing myself, losing my identity… Then at that moment, as if I was getting an electric shock, I found peace. God came to me with love. He made me realize my importance and gave me courage. He lifted me up and he said it’s going to be okay. I’m okay”

Now Choi Jin-Shil is now ended her own life was one of the most loved actresses to date, having starred in numerous hit TV series and movies. She was praised for her never-aging looks and flawless acting skills.

But her hard-won glitz and fame was also overshadowed by scandals, such as an ugly divorce in 2004. Her tragic death came after being involved in a rumor surrounding the death of actor Ahn Jae-hwan, who also committed suicide last month.

Raised by a single mother in a down-and-out household, Choi first entered the entertainment business in late 1980s through her younger brother Choi Jin-yeong, 39, who was a model at the time. Upon her first role in a periodic MBC TV drama series in 1988, Choi was quickly noticed and rapidly rose to stardom.

One of her biggest hits was a television commercial for Samsung Electronics Co. where she used a catchy phrase that said she had her (virtual) husband in the palm of her hands.

She went on to star in movies "My Love, My Bride" (1990) and "Mr. Mama" (1992), as well as TV drama series "Our Paradise" in 1990.

Choi's biggest break came in 1992, when she acted as a spunky travel agent in "Jealousy" aired by MBC. The mega-hit series was considered a harbinger of the country's now globally popular "trendy" dramas.

Choi's following roles also received vast popularity, including "Star in my Heart" (1996), and movies "How to Top My Wife" (1994), and "The Letter" (1997).

She won numerous awards throughout her career, including the breakthrough role awards at Daejong Film Awards, Chunja Film Festival and the Blue Dragon Awards in 1991. In 1995, she won best actress awards at Daejong Film Awards and PaekSang Arts Awards in 1991, 1995 and 1997.

She was awarded best MBC award in 1997 and best female talent award by Korea Broadcasting Prizes in 1998.

Choi was also well-known among the fans for her successful rags-to-riches story, which she said enabled her family to stay close and tight.

Choi's first run-in with public tragedy was the death of her former manager Bae Byoung-soo in 1994. Bae, who put Choi on the star map, was killed by Choi's driver at the time. The actress was summoned for a court hearing as a witness.

At the height of her career in 2000, Choi married professional baseball player Cho Sung-min, drawing massive media attention. They called it the wedding of the century.

The marriage, however, was rocky and they split in 2002. The couple, who had a son and a daughter together, remained separated until August 2004, when Cho was arrested for domestic violence. The two were officially divorced a month later and Cho gave up his rights to his children in exchange for being removed from his obligation to pay off debts to Choi and her family.

Upon the divorce, Choi was forced to stay out of the limelight. A construction company that hired her as a spokesperson filed for damages worth 3 billion won, citing "damages to the company image for failing to manage her personal life properly".

Rising out of the pain, Choi returned to the small screen in 2005, taking a role of a divorced woman working her way to earn her living despite being diagnosed with cancer in "What Husband and Wife Live By". She won PaekSang Arts best actress award for the role that jerked the tears of viewers nationwide.

Her recent works included "Bad Woman, Good Woman" in 2007 and "Last Scandal" this year. "Last Scandal" about a middle-aged super star falling back in love with his first love was a huge hit, prompting the so-called "jumderella" syndrome, a combination of Cinderella and "ajumma", a reference to middle-aged Korean women.

Recently, Choi was preparing for the second season of "Last Scandal". She was also hosting a talk show in her name for a cable channel.

Choi made headlines earlier this year for succeeding in her plea to change the surnames of her two children to her's. Choi's son is seven and daughter is five.

She was most recently involved in rumors surrounding the death of Ahn Jae-hwan, who committed suicide last month after allegedly suffering from heavy debt. Ahn was also a husband of Choi's close friend comedian Jung Sun-hee.

Choi was found by her mother early yesterday morning in her home in southern Seoul, an apparent suicide by hanging.


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Let's not forget about Ahn Jae Hwan's suicide just a few weeks ago in his car. Not to mention Lee Eon's fatal motorcycle accident just a few weeks ago as well the night right after they finished wrapping up his last drama.
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i especially liked dabin in he was cool and jin sil in last scandal.... really... they should have gotten professional help or at least talk to someone about this and not keep it inside.... what is up with these people? last i heard, another korean transgender comedian committed suicide... it's depressing since almost all these persons had real talent in acting and i was looking forward to future projects that they had.... sad that they had to give up and take their life into thier own hands....
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so many suicides..

such a waste
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yeah....they are all great stars
living in fame...
really a waste if they take their own life
should find help or consult

really a shock hearing many great actors and actresses
died just like that
living the world speechless....
may all of them rest in peace
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ITS SO BAD N HEARTBREAKING TO HEAR THE NEWS BUT DUNNO WHY THEY CHOOSE TO COMMIT SUICIDE OR THEY THINK IS IT THE SOLUTION??? REALLY DON'T WANT TO HEAR THESE TRAGIC DEATHS
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Serious Questions need to be asked within the Korean Entertainment Industry - Something is raising the stress levels to the unbearable for these stars, even though they work closely with Managers, Stylists etc. Is money the only driving force....????
Did NO-ONE spot the danger signs. Even if they had not voiced problems to family members and friends.
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its sad.
and strange how they look alike.
Lee Eun-joo &Jeong Da-Bin & Choi Jin Sil
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That's so sad.
Please Rest In Peace
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i was shocked another south korean actress and mother of two Choi Jin-sil commit suicide
about two years ago when i saw Unborn But Forgotten i decided to seach the movie but i learn the actress of movie died in Feb 22 2005 before my mother's brithday . the actress's name Lee Eun-joo . Lee Eun-joo is one popular South Korean Actresses in history . she did nude scenes in Virgin Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors and The Scarlet Letter and she commit suicide after days only a few days after her graduation from Dankook University, shecommitted suicide at her apartment in Bundang, Seongnam. She was 24 years old. She slit her wrists and hanged herself. The family blamed the suicide on severe bouts of depression and mental illness, and said she had been suffering from insomnia due to the nude scenes she had done in The Scarlet Letter.

She left a suicide note scrawled in blood, in which she wrote, "Mom, I am sorry and I love you." A separate note said, "I wanted to do too much. Even though I live, I'm not really alive. I don't want anyone to be disappointed. It's nice having money... I wanted to make money

And 2 years later there was another Innocent Fomer Actress and popular pop singer U;nee aka Lee Hye-Ryeon
commit suicide after 11 days on my 13th brithday U;nee 's song Call Call Call is number 1 single
however scandal came U;Nee's image suffered further when she became associated with a scandal involving the late singer Altantuya Shaaribuu, who was murdered in October 2006 in Selangor, Malaysia.[2] Abdul Razak Baginda, a political analyst, was charged in connection with the murder of Altantuya.[3]

Following the murder, photographs purported to of her circulated in Malaysian and Singaporean tabloids.[4] The photographs were later shown to her father, Shaariibuu Setev, who denied they were of his daughter, saying: "That's not her...don't spoil her name".[5] Readers subsequently established that the photographs were those of U;Nee.[6].[7]

According to The Straits Times, these photographs were posted via e-mail throughout Malaysia; the emails were titled [email protected][8] Shaariibuu Setev, in a later interview in Bernama, criticized the press for publishing them
and then commit suicide one year later in her home in Seo-gu, Incheon, South Korea.

After her death, her mother held a press conference at the hospital. She confirmed that U;Nee suffered from bouts of depression, for which she took medication, and had problems dealing with the pressure of fame.[10][11]

U;Nee's management company stated that they would release her third album as planned on February 1, 2007.

One Month later another south korean actress commit suicide
Jung Da Bin whose real name Jeong Hye-Seon is top south korean actress which she end her life attended Yongdok Girls High School and Gongguk University. There, she majored in drama for two years. In Taiwan she gained popularity in playing schoolgirl types, especially for her miniseries Korean Wave. Jung Da Bin's first breakout role was in Korean movie Land of Ginkgo in 2000, where she starred with Kim Yoon Jin
Her dramas Attic cat and my sister in law is 19 were popular later she played a high school girl, Han Ye Won in a Korean comedy He Was Cool. opposite Song Seung Hun but some problems gone wrong
she get more Plastic surgery her mother got cancer and she commit suicide On the morning of Saturday, February 10, 2007, in the apartment of her boyfriend in Seoul. She was found by her boyfriend hanging in his bathroom with a towel wrapped around her neck. While no apparent suicide note was left behind, an entry in her on-line blog shortly before her death indicated she was suffering from depression. Jung Da Bin's last diary entry read:

“Everything is so complicated. I get angry for no reason and I feel like I’m going crazy. It hurts so much that I feel like I’m getting sea sick. My head hurts so much that I start to tear. I was becoming a slave of my temper. I thought that I was losing myself, losing my identity… Then at that moment, as if I was getting an electric shock, I found peace. God came to me with love. He made me realize my importance and gave me courage. He lifted me up and he said it’s going to be okay. I’m okay”

Now Choi Jin-Shil is now ended her own life was one of the most loved actresses to date, having starred in numerous hit TV series and movies. She was praised for her never-aging looks and flawless acting skills.

But her hard-won glitz and fame was also overshadowed by scandals, such as an ugly divorce in 2004. Her tragic death came after being involved in a rumor surrounding the death of actor Ahn Jae-hwan, who also committed suicide last month.

Raised by a single mother in a down-and-out household, Choi first entered the entertainment business in late 1980s through her younger brother Choi Jin-yeong, 39, who was a model at the time. Upon her first role in a periodic MBC TV drama series in 1988, Choi was quickly noticed and rapidly rose to stardom.

One of her biggest hits was a television commercial for Samsung Electronics Co. where she used a catchy phrase that said she had her (virtual) husband in the palm of her hands.

She went on to star in movies "My Love, My Bride" (1990) and "Mr. Mama" (1992), as well as TV drama series "Our Paradise" in 1990.

Choi's biggest break came in 1992, when she acted as a spunky travel agent in "Jealousy" aired by MBC. The mega-hit series was considered a harbinger of the country's now globally popular "trendy" dramas.

Choi's following roles also received vast popularity, including "Star in my Heart" (1996), and movies "How to Top My Wife" (1994), and "The Letter" (1997).

She won numerous awards throughout her career, including the breakthrough role awards at Daejong Film Awards, Chunja Film Festival and the Blue Dragon Awards in 1991. In 1995, she won best actress awards at Daejong Film Awards and PaekSang Arts Awards in 1991, 1995 and 1997.

She was awarded best MBC award in 1997 and best female talent award by Korea Broadcasting Prizes in 1998.

Choi was also well-known among the fans for her successful rags-to-riches story, which she said enabled her family to stay close and tight.

Choi's first run-in with public tragedy was the death of her former manager Bae Byoung-soo in 1994. Bae, who put Choi on the star map, was killed by Choi's driver at the time. The actress was summoned for a court hearing as a witness.

At the height of her career in 2000, Choi married professional baseball player Cho Sung-min, drawing massive media attention. They called it the wedding of the century.

The marriage, however, was rocky and they split in 2002. The couple, who had a son and a daughter together, remained separated until August 2004, when Cho was arrested for domestic violence. The two were officially divorced a month later and Cho gave up his rights to his children in exchange for being removed from his obligation to pay off debts to Choi and her family.

Upon the divorce, Choi was forced to stay out of the limelight. A construction company that hired her as a spokesperson filed for damages worth 3 billion won, citing "damages to the company image for failing to manage her personal life properly".

Rising out of the pain, Choi returned to the small screen in 2005, taking a role of a divorced woman working her way to earn her living despite being diagnosed with cancer in "What Husband and Wife Live By". She won PaekSang Arts best actress award for the role that jerked the tears of viewers nationwide.

Her recent works included "Bad Woman, Good Woman" in 2007 and "Last Scandal" this year. "Last Scandal" about a middle-aged super star falling back in love with his first love was a huge hit, prompting the so-called "jumderella" syndrome, a combination of Cinderella and "ajumma", a reference to middle-aged Korean women.

Recently, Choi was preparing for the second season of "Last Scandal". She was also hosting a talk show in her name for a cable channel.

Choi made headlines earlier this year for succeeding in her plea to change the surnames of her two children to her's. Choi's son is seven and daughter is five.

She was most recently involved in rumors surrounding the death of Ahn Jae-hwan, who committed suicide last month after allegedly suffering from heavy debt. Ahn was also a husband of Choi's close friend comedian Jung Sun-hee.

Choi was found by her mother early yesterday morning in her home in southern Seoul, an apparent suicide by hanging.




committing suicide is strictly prohibited in entering to heaven..these korean artist who commit suicide will suffer a lot in purgatory.

I hope that God will forgive them for what they do for giving up their life purposely...Be rest in peace!!
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