Jul 012010

I feel sad after reading the latest suicide news about a popular young South Korean star Park Yong Ha, aged 32 decided to kill himself in his home in Seoul on 30 June 2010. His body was found with an electrical cord around his neck. This suicide news is not a fresh news for South Korea because South Korea has the highest suicide rate among the 30 nations among Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). Approximately 22 deaths per 100,000 people among Korean people commits suicide every year.

Park Yong Ha
Two years ago, another famous Korean movie star – Choi Jin Sil committed suicide and not long ago the famous suicide was done by former president of South Korean Roh Moo Hyun who also killed himself by jumping to his death. Park Yong Ha was rose to fame in 2002 in the Korean TV drama “Winter Sonata” and in this coming July, he was supposed to start a TV drama film called “Comrades, Almost a Love Story” but unfortunately he was gone and left his parent and fans. RIP.

Say No To Suicide
God creates human to glorify HIS name and everyone should treasure their body and protect it. Please bear in mind that nothing is impossible and when there is a need, there is a way too. Before doing the silly thing (Suicide), think about your parent, friends, spouse and people who love you. Try to seek consultation from the doctor or counselor if you cannot solve the problem, I believe that you will find the world is still full of love and hope. God Bless Everyone.

  3 Responses to “South Korean Popular Star Park Yong Ha | Say No To Suicide”

  1. japanese and korean always commit suicide..
    they cannot handle with the stress or wat? =/

  2. maybe he too emo after acting in dramas =/

  3. @Janice: The only reason that I can think of is these 2 countries are more advance and people are more complicated. They need more society counseling service.

    @Kenwooi: Good point! Too focus on his drama acting till cannot jump out from the shadow…

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