South Korean musicians died before they were 40

Here are 17 famous musicians from South Korea died before 40:

An Sugil

An Sugil (April 5, 2015 Hamhung-April 5, 1977) was a South Korean novelist.

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Jang Jin-young

Jang Jin-young (June 14, 1972 Jeonju-September 1, 2009 Banpo-dong) a.k.a. Chang Jin-yeong, Jin-Young Jang, Jang Jin Young, Jang Jin-yeong, Chang Chin-yŏng, Jang Jinyoung or Jang Jin Yeong was a South Korean model and actor.

She died in stomach cancer.

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Hwang Yu-mi

Hwang Yu-mi (March 18, 1983-April 5, 2015) was a South Korean personality.

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Choi Yo-sam

Choi Yo-sam (March 1, 1972 Jeongeup-January 3, 2008 Seoul) was a South Korean professional boxer.

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Jang Hyun-kyu

Jang Hyun-kyu (August 22, 1981 Ulsan-August 16, 2012 Ulsan) also known as Jang Hyeon-gyu or Chang Hyŏnkyu was a South Korean football player.

He died in myocardial infarction.

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Choi Jin-sil

Choi Jin-sil (December 24, 1968 Seoul-October 2, 2008 Seoul) also known as The Nation's Actress, Jin-shil Choi, Ch'oe Chin-sil, Choe Jin-sil, Choisujebi, Choi Jin-Shil or Choi Jinsil was a South Korean actor and model. She had two children, Choi Joon-Hee and Choi Hwan-hee.

She died as a result of suicide.

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Ahn Jae-hwan

Ahn Jae-hwan (April 25, 1972 Goesan County-September 8, 2008 Hagye-dong) a.k.a. Jae-hwan Ahn, An Chae-hwan or An Jae-hwan was a South Korean actor.

He died in suicide.

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Park Yong-Ha

Park Yong-Ha (August 12, 1977 Nonhyeon-dong, Seoul-June 30, 2010 Nonhyeon-dong, Seoul) also known as パク·ヨンハ, 朴龙河, Park Yong Ha, 朴龍河, Park Yong-ha, Yong-ha Park, Bak Yong-ha, Pak Yongha or Park Yon ha was a South Korean singer, actor and dancer.

Discography: 期別 and All In. Genres he performed include K-pop, J-pop and Pop music.

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Kang Kyeong-ae

Kang Kyeong-ae (April 20, 1907-April 26, 1944) was a South Korean personality.

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Choi Jin-young

Choi Jin-young (November 17, 1970 Seoul-March 29, 2010 Seoul) also known as Ch'oe Chin'yŏng, Choi Jin-young, Choe Jin-yeong, 최진영, 崔眞永, SKY, Jin-yeong Choi, Choi Jin Young or Choi Jin-yeong was a South Korean actor, singer and model.

He died in suicide.

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Kim Sung-jun

Kim Sung-jun (June 3, 1953 Busan-February 3, 1989 Seoul) also known as Sung Jun Kim was a South Korean personality.

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Lee Hyo-seok

Lee Hyo-seok (February 23, 1907 Pyeongchang County-May 25, 1942) a.k.a. Gasan was a South Korean novelist, journalist, essayist, poet, writer and professor.

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Ha Gil-jong

Ha Gil-jong (April 13, 1941 Busan-February 28, 1979 Daegu) was a South Korean screenwriter, film director and translator.

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Jo Seong-min

Jo Seong-min (April 5, 1973-January 6, 2013 Dogok-dong) a.k.a. Jo, Jo Sung-min, Sung Min Cho or Cho Sung-min was a South Korean baseball player. He had one child, Choi Hwan-hee.

He died in hanging.

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Kim Kwang-seok

Kim Kwang-seok (January 22, 1964 Daegu-January 6, 1996 Seoul) a.k.a. Kim Kwangseok, Kim Kwang Seok, Kim Kwang-seok, Kim, Kwang-seok, 김광석, Gim Gwangseok or Kim Kwangsŏk was a South Korean singer.

His albums include , , , and . Genres he performed include Folk music and Folk rock.

He died in suicide.

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So-hie Kim

So-hie Kim (April 20, 1964 South Korea-April 5, 1995) also known as Kim, So-Hee, Kim So Hee or Kim Sun-ok was a South Korean actor.

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Park Eunji

Park Eunji (January 23, 1979 Seoul-March 8, 2014 Seoul) was a South Korean politician.

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