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Friends support Sunye at her father’s funeral wake



We reported earlier that Sunye’s father who was suffering from a long term illness had passed away.

Sunye has been at her father’s funeral wake since early morning of June 24th at the Asan Medical Center.

At around 11:10am, one could hear a hymn coming out of the room that Sunye was in. Sunye, who is a devoted Christian, sang with all her heart, and one could hear her genuine emotions of sadness in her hymn.

Later, when Sunye came out of the room and came face to face with the reporters, she looked very pale. She tried to smile, but her smile was as empty as it could get. A reporter said that it seemed like all her energy was drained out.

The wake will take place for three days and on June 26th, Sunye’s father will finally come to rest at the Christian Gold Park.

You may be familiar with Sunye’s passionate love for her father because she had mentioned him quite a few times before. On a recent episode of Family Outing Season 2, Sunye even shed tears while reading a letter to her father.

A representative of JYPE said, “Sunye is going through a very difficult time because her love for her father was exceptional. She cried a lot so she is physically weak as well. We will discuss about Sunye’s schedules and tours at a later date.”

Jo Kwon, Sunmi, Park Kyung Lim and husband, Park Shin Hye, Donghae, Heechul have visited the wake to give their condolences. The Wonder Girls’ concerts in Hawaii from 25 – 26th June have been postponed to 16 – 17th July.


Sunmi



JoKwon


Park Kyung Lim and husband



Park Shin Hye


Heechul


Donghae



Source: Allkpop
Tags: death/funeral, donghae, jo kwon, super junior, wonder girls
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