Sulli Choi Biography
Sulli is a South Korean singer, songwriter, actress and model. Her family name is Choi Jin-ri but she known by her stage name Sulli, was a South Korean singer, songwriter, actress and model. She first gained attention as a child actress, playing the young Princess Seonhwa of Silla in the SBS drama Ballad of Seodong (2005). In 2009, Sulli debuted as a member of the South Korean girl group f(x). She left the group in 2015 to focus on her acting career. After a three-year-long hiatus, Sulli resumed her music career with a feature on Dean’s 2018 single “Dayfly” before making her solo debut in June 2019 with the single album “Goblin”. She was found dead at her home on October 14, 2019.
“My name is Sulli. Sul means snow and Li means a pear flower. So I’ll probably reborn as a flower that is small but full of strong vitality.” pic.twitter.com/de50d6PSVC
— – (@pciloey) October 14, 2019
She was 25 years old. She was bloen on March 29, 1994, and died on October 14, 2019.
Sulli Early life, Parents, Education
Sulli was born on March 29, 1994, in Busan, South Korea. Her birth name was Choi Jin-RI; her given name meaning in English is “the truth”. Her mother enrolled her in acting school at a young age. Sulli attended Jungbu Elementary School in Busan, Seoul Cheongdam Elementary School and then attended Chungdam Middle School. Sulli first came to Seoul in 2004 while in the fourth grade.
our deepest condolences to our bright sulli. the woman who should and will be remembered as the one who wasn’t afraid to fight for people’s voices to be heard, as a strong, amazingly talented person and one of the kindest people to ever exist. she is an angel. rest in peace. pic.twitter.com/Lp4N6k1osf
— lia pics (@jisupics) October 14, 2019
Sulli was enrolled in acting school at a very tender age by her mother. In 2004, her family moved to Seoul while she was in the fourth grade. She began acting professionally at the age of 11, in 2005, playing the young Princess Seonhwa of Silla in the SBS drama Ballad of Seodong.
Before her debut as a child actress, her stage name was changed to Sulli at the suggestion of a reporter who felt her birth name was too Christian and that people from other religions would not like it.
Sulli continued to take on minor roles in television dramas and movies such as Vacation (2006), Punch Lady (2007), The Flower Girl is Here (2007) and BABO (2008). Leading roles; To the Beautiful You, The Pirates, Fashion King and Real (2017).
Sulli attended an SM Entertainment audition, during which she sang the S.E.S. song titled Chingu (Friend). She was officially cast as an S.M. trainee and during the same year, moved into a dormitory with Taeyeon and Tiffany of Girls’ Generation. She stayed there until the debut of Girls’ Generation, in 2007. On September 5, 2009, she debuted as a member of the group f(x), with the single “La Cha Ta”. In 2013, Sulli and groupmate Krystal Jung became the new faces of the makeup brand, Etude House.
Sulli Death, Sulli Cause of Death
sulli got so happy when wendy went there for and cheered on her even though they weren’t that close. i really hope wendy is okay, my prayers go to her as well as to everyone sulli was close with. lets always remember her as an amazing inspirational artist. pic.twitter.com/WtpFhRIbC7
— wendy’s ceren ✩̊˚࿐ (@seungwann) October 14, 2019
K-pop star who had long been the target of abusive online comments was found dead at her home Monday, South Korean police said.
The body of Sulli, a former member of top girl group f(x), was discovered by her manager at her home on the outskirts of the capital, Seoul.
Police said in a statement that the 25-year-old had been suffering from “severe depression”.
The exact cause of her death was still under investigation.
The star, whose real name is Choi Jin-ri and had more than five million followers on Instagram
sending my deepest condolences to sulli’s family, friends and fans.
rest in peace, sulli ? you will always be remembered for the brave, amazing and talented girl you were.
please remember you’re not alone, there are people willing to help. take care, reach out if you need to. pic.twitter.com/xRkE9do3Bg
— sana loops #thankyousulli (@sanasloops) October 14, 2019
Sulli Quick Bio
March 29, 1994
Busan, South Korea
|Died||October 14, 2019 (aged 25)
Seongnam, South Korea