South Korean movie actresses died in the year 2007

Here are 3 famous actresses from South Korea died in 2007:

Jeong Da-bin

Jeong Da-bin (March 4, 1980 Seongnam-February 10, 2007 Samseong-dong) a.k.a. Jeong Hye-Seon, Hye-sun Jung, Da-bin Jeong, Chŏng Tabin, Hye-sun Jeong, Jung Hye-sun or Jung Dabin was a South Korean actor.

Jeong Da-bin started her acting career in 2000 by appearing in a TV drama called ‘School 2’. She went on to work on numerous popular Korean dramas such as ‘Mr Duke’, ‘Loving You’, and ‘Hello! Balbari,’ which established her popularity and helped her gain recognition among the audience. She appeared in a total of 11 dramas and 4 films during her career.

Jeong Da-bin was known for her versatile acting skills and her ability to have a strong impact on the audience. She was especially appreciated for her performances in the dramas ‘Rooftop Room Cat’ and ‘Attic Cat,’ which were huge hits in the early 2000s.

Jeong Da-bin met an untimely death on February 10, 2007, when she was found hanging in the staircase of her apartment in Samseong-dong, South Korea. Her sudden death shocked the Korean entertainment industry and her fans all over the world. It was reported that she had been suffering from depression due to a failed relationship and the pressure of the entertainment industry.

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U;Nee (May 3, 1981 Seo District, Incheon-January 21, 2007 Seo District, Incheon) also known as Hye-ryeon Lee, Lee Hye-Ryeon, Heo Yun, Heo Yoon, Yuni, I Hye-ryeon, Yi Hyeryŏn, Hŏ Yun or Lee Hyeryeon was a South Korean singer, actor, rapper and dancer.

She began her music career in 2003 with her debut single "Go" which became a hit in Korea. She went on to release several albums and music videos, showcasing her unique style and vocal range. U;Nee was also a talented actor, making her debut in the drama "Princess Lulu" in 2005, and appearing on several other shows throughout her career.

Despite her success, U;Nee faced many personal and professional challenges, including criticism from the media and fans. Tragically, she passed away in 2007 at the age of 25, reportedly taking her own life. Her death sparked a national conversation about mental health and suicide prevention in Korea, and she is remembered as a talented artist who left an indelible mark on the music industry.

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Lee Ae-jung

Lee Ae-jung (March 17, 1987 Seoul-September 6, 2007 Seoul) was a South Korean actor.

She debuted in the entertainment industry in 1996 as part of a children's theater group. Lee Ae-jung then went on to appear in numerous dramas, films and music videos throughout the years. She gained recognition for her role in the 2006 hit drama series "Pure 19" and also starred in the films "Seducing Mr. Perfect" and "Just Friends?".

Sadly, she passed away at the young age of 20 due to acute pancreatitis. Her sudden death shocked the Korean entertainment industry and her fans. Many colleagues and fans remember her as a talented young actress and a kind-hearted person.

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