Lim Joon-hyuk, who left for a heart attack, is coming out with posthumous works
The posthumous work of the late comedian Lim Joon-hyuk (42), who died suddenly of myocardial infarction, will be announced.
According to a report by Spotv News on the 30th, Lim Joon-hyuk’s solo song “One-way Traffic” will be released as a music source at 6 p.m. on June 1.
Lim Joon-hyuk died of myocardial infarction at his home on the afternoon of the 27th. He usually had no chronic disease and was active until the day before his death, so the shock of the bereaved family and the surrounding area was even greater.
Until recently, Lim was preparing to debut as a solo artist 20 years after his debut. Lim Joon-hyuk, who made his debut as a comedian and acted as a musical actor, was said to have been very happy preparing for his solo debut.
However, as he died of a heart attack just five days before his solo debut, the solo song was in a position where he could not see the light.
However, the bereaved families and acquaintances decided to release the song to the world as a posthumous work in order to fulfill Lim Joon-hyuk’s wish, who had been waiting for his solo debut more than anyone else.
Lim Joon-hyuk’s solo song “One-way Pass” is a cheerful dance song that compares the love of a man who only goes straight to the woman he loves to one-way pass.
Song Ga-in’s “Rainy Geumgangsan Mountain,” “Trot prodigy,” Kim Da-hyun’s “Happy Birthday,” and Shin Yu’s “First Run,” as well as “Trot box office cheat” Eureka, who produced “Gashiri” and Song Min-kyung’s “Colored,” wrote, composed and produced.
Hye-jin, who has worked as a project group with Lim Joon-hyuk until recently, and is drawing attention as TV Chosun’s “Miss Trot 2,” featured.
Lim Joon-hyuk was born in 1980, and debuted as the 14th MBC open recruitment comedian in 2003 and was loved for “Comedy House” and “Laugh Seeker.” In 2018, he appeared on Mnet’s “I Can See Your Voice 5” and was recognized for his excellent singing skills. Recently, he was working as a project group “Takeaway Bros” with singer and actor Ilmin, comedian Oh Jung-tae, transition Kyu, and Kim Wan-ki.
At 8 a.m. on the same day, he died at the funeral hall of Sinchon Severance Hospital and went to sleep at Jangan Memorial Park.