K-pop stars carry Jonghyun's coffin at funeral

K-pop stars carry Jonghyun's coffin at funeral

K-pop stars carry Jonghyun's coffin at funeral

Jonghyun was a founding member of SHINee when the band formed in 2008 and went onto become one of the most popular and enduring artists in K Pop, known particularly because he stood out from numerous mass-produced singers in the idol industry: writing, organising and composing music himself and developing his own signature style.

Fellow singers, including SHINee's Minho and members of bands Super Junior and Girls' Generation, joined the funeral procession.

His body was taken to his funeral from the Asan Medical Centre in Seoul.

According to reports, police found the singer at his apartment in the Gangnam district of Seoul on Monday after his sister contacted police over concerns for his welfare.

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Investigators said no post-mortem examination would be performed on his body and later ruled it a suicide. "Please tell me I did a good job", he implored.

"I sent you off today and saw your face yesterday, but I still can't believe it".

At his final solo concert, SHINee's Jonghyun reportedly shared that he wrote his new song in order to comfort those who had lost a loved one. The message read: "I've had a hard time".

Over the past years, SHINee recorded several albums in Japanese and in 2017 sold out the 55,000-seat Tokyo Dome and part of their Japan tour. It is an illness which, at its most severe, can leave people feeling that life is no longer worth living.

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