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South Korean Comedian: Park Ji Sun Biography, Wiki, Age, Net Worth, Family, Career, Cause of Death and More

Park Ji Sun Biography — Wiki

Park Ji Sun was a South Korean comedian and actress who debuted in 2007 under KBS. She appeared on variety shows and hosted several events such as press conferences and showcases.

OFFICIAL: Park Ji Sun was today found dead at her home in Mapo District, Seoul around 1:44 pm

Park Ji Sun Age

Sun was 36 years old as of 2020.

Park Ji Sun Education, Family, Career

Park Ji Sun was born on November 3, 1984, in Incheon, South Korea. She went to Korea University.

An undated photo released by South Korea’s Yonhap news agency on November 2, 2020

Sun debuted in 2007 as the 22nd openly recruited comedian for the Korean Broadcasting System. She starred in a corner of Gag Concert called “gag warrior 300” which brought laughter.

She won the Newcomer Award at the KBS Entertainment Awards in 2007. “I am lucky as a comedian that I can use my face to make people laugh,” she said in an interview with the Hankyoreh newspaper.

Park Ji Sun Death & Cause of Death

Park’s father contacted the police after the comedian and her mother didn’t respond to the father’s phone call. The bodies of Park Ji Sun and her mother were found by police, Yonhap news agency reported.

On November 2, a source from Seoul Mapo Police Station stated that Park Ji Sun and her mother were discovered dead in their home in Mapo District, Seoul at approximately 1:44 p.m. KST.

Park was reportedly being treated for an unspecified illness and the Seoul Shinmun newspaper cited a police officer as saying there were ‘no signs of outside intrusion or murder’.

Cause of Death

The cause of her death is still unknown as it is still being investigated. The police stated that no signs of homicide were found. However, Police suspect the comedian and her mother have taken their own lives.

Suicide is a chronic social problem in highly competitive South Korea, according to government data. Several South Korean celebrities have killed themselves in recent years, among them K-pop singers Goo Hara and Sulli, both of whom had been subjected to vicious cyber-bullying.

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