The funeral hall of Chung-Ang University Hospital will be set up on the 7th
The mortuary of senior singer Hyun-mi (real name Kim Myung-sun) will be set up on the 7th.
As a result of News 1 coverage on the 6th, Hyun-mi’s funeral hall will be set up in the special room of the funeral hall of Seoul National University Hospital on the 7th.
One of Hyun-mi’s sons, who was staying in the U.S., returned home first, and after consultation with the bereaved families, it was confirmed that they would set up a mortuary on the same day. However, the signature schedule has not yet been confirmed.
Earlier, Hyun-mi was found lying at her home in Ichon-dong, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, at 9:37 a.m. on the 4th, and Kim, the chairman of the fan club, reported it to the police and was taken to a hospital, but was pronounced dead.
Hyun-mi’s descendants include Lee Young-gon and Lee Young-joon, sons born to the late composer Lee Bong-jo. The first son, Lee Young-gon, once worked as a singer under the stage name “Goni.” Lee Young-joon, the second son known to be in the real estate industry in the United States, is also the husband of singer Won Joon-hee.
Hyun-mi’s two sons are living in the U.S., and after their return, the mortuary of the deceased was scheduled to be set up, and it was confirmed that they will finally set up the mortuary from the 7th.
Meanwhile, Hyun-mi was born in Gangdong-gun, South Pyongan Province in 1938 and spent her childhood in Pyongyang. The deceased began his career as a singer in 1957 when he performed the consolation performance of the U.S. Eighth Army, and in 1962, he released “Night Fog” by putting lyrics he wrote on Nat King Cole’s songs. Since then, Hyun-mi has established herself as a national singer by releasing hit songs such as “My Love,” “Silent When I Leave,” “I Miss You,” “I Love You,” “All My Love,” and “Asking Why I Live.” Hyun-mi is also the aunt of singer Noh Sa-yeon and actress Han Sang-jin