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VIVIZ SinB recalls memories of her night walk with the late ‘18-year’ best friend Moonbin

VIVIZ member SinB expressed her longing for her late best friend Moonbin.

On June 7th, SinB posted on her personal SNS account a picture taken with Moonbin in the past without a caption.

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The picture shows SinB and Moonbin standing side by side while taking a late-night walk in the park. The two wore T-shirts and hoodies of the same color and showed only their backs to the camera, creating a friendly and comfortable atmosphere.

SinB and Moonbin are famous same-age best friends in the K-pop industry. Growing up in the same hometown, the two have maintained a close friendship since their childhood days. Visiting Moonbin’s memorial space in April, SinB left a long letter, saying “How’s it going there? Does it have all the things you like? I hope it does. We’ve known each other for a really long time, right? Ever since we were kids. But after knowing each other for 18 years, I wonder what made me feel so shy that I couldn’t say any nice words to you? I regret it so much.”

Earlier on April 19th, Moonbin was found dead at his residence in Gangnam-gu, Seoul. He passed away at the age of 25.

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On June 6th, 49 days after Moonbin’s passing, his agency Fantagio set up a memorial space on the roof of the company’s office building in Haneul Park. Later, Fantagio moved the memorial space to Gukcheongsa Temple at Namhansanseong Fortress and named it “Moon’s Space”. The company announced, “Apart from letters and notes, we would appreciate it if you could refrain from bringing food and flower. We fully understand that it’s all your love for Moonbin, but as the temple is located in the mountains, it is hard to preserve them due to insects and foreign substances. We plan to install an attachment board on one side of the lunar space so that AROHA can leave your notes and letters there, then we will regularly collect and carefully store them all.”

Source: Nate

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