Yohan of TST is dead at 28

[BREAKING] Top Secret's Yohan revealed to have passed away

Yohan of TST is dead at 28

K-Pop star Yohan tragically passed away at the young age of 28 on June 16 in South Korea. The family has pleaded that media articles about Yohan's passing, such as those making speculations about the cause of his death, be refrained out of respect.

The cause of his death has not yet been revealed.

TST's label, KJ Music Entertainment issued a statement confirming the news to local outlets, writing.

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A wake in Yohan's honor will be held at Severance Hospital in Sinchon, and from there he will be buried at a Yongin cemetery on June 18. Another said, "Rest in paradise. know that you are in a great place and we love you very much!"

We send our sincerest condolences to the bereaved family of Yohan. Here are five things to know about Yohan.

After the band disbanded, he joined TST alongside bandmates Ain, Junghoon, and Yonghyeonin 2017.

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Yohan reportedly first skyrocketed to fame in 2015 after joining the group NOM. His last post on his Instagram account was on May 31 in which he wrote "I want to travel".

The group, which had been formerly known as Top Secret, most recently released the single "Countdown" in January.

Celebrities and netizens have paid tribute to him online.

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"It hurts to lose an angel like you, you deserved more, rest in peace, you'll forever remain in our hearts. As for the family and other members, I hope they stay strong".

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