K-Pop star and TST band member Yohan has tragically died at the age of 28. "From being a BTS stan, i would like to say how sorry i am to hear about the passing of a fellow idol from TST, I wouldn't know how to feel if one of my idols had passed away, my heart and thoughts are with you!" a tweet read. The cause of death has not been announced. Yohan's label, KJ Music Entertainment, confirmed the news in a statement to a Korean news outlet and was later reported by American and English outlets, saying, "We are sad to relay the most unfortunate, sorrowful news". Yohan, whose real name is Kim Jung-hwan, debuted with boy band NOM in 2015 and joined TST after NOM disbanded.
Since its launch, TST has been actively producing music.
Yohan's death has shocked fans.
We send our sincerest condolences to the bereaved family of Yohan. The group also released their album, "Countdown", in January this year.
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Yohan celebrated his 28th birthday in April and shared a photo on Instagram on 31 May of him standing on a beach, captioned: "I want to travel".
Yohan's wake is being held at the Severance Hospital in Sinchon, Seoul, according to broadcaster SPOTV, which broke the news on his death.
The Korean pop industry has lost quite a few prominent artistes and game changers over the past year.
South Korean pop star and actress Sulli was found dead aged 25 in October 2019, shortly after leaving a note that hinted she had been suffering from depression.