TVXQ Looks Sorrowful in Live Broadcast of Japan Program After Sulli's Death Sulli's death on Monday (10/14) bring deep sorrow to many parties. In addition to family, of course, fellow celebrities at SM Entertainment also feel extremely sad.

When Sulli was found dead, many celebrities canceled their domestic schedules to respect. But it is quite difficult to cancel overseas schedules that have been predetermined.

That is experienced by TVXQ. The group, which is now only run by U-Know Yunho and Max Changmin, was recently recorded as a guest star on a live broadcast of one of Japan's programs.

In the footage of their appearance on the screen, Yunho and Changmin looked gloomy. Many South Korean netizens can see how sad those two senior SM Entertainment idols are because they once again have to lose their juniors after SHINee's Jonghyun.

"It's hard to focus on broadcasting. I hope both of them are fine."

"I think they have known Sulli since she was a child. They are really professional. I hope they can manage their spirits well."

"SM has to keep the spirit of their artists more."

"It looks very heavy. I don't think they can cancel it because it's in Japan."

"When I saw them going to Japan yesterday, they looked so sad."

Meanwhile, the funeral procession of Sulli itself will be held closed at the desire of her family. But SM Entertainment has prepared a place for fans who want to pay their last respects to Sulli in Hall No. 7 from Yonsei Funeral Hall (floor B1) on October 15 yesterday from 4 p.m to 9 p.m and October 16 today from noon to 9 p.m local time. (www.onkpop.com)

TVXQ Looks Sorrowful in Live Broadcast of Japan Program After Sulli's Death
 

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