SEUL: South Korean actress Jeon Mi-seon was found dead at a hotel in apparent suicide on Saturday (June 29th), reported the South Korean news agency Yonhap.
The 48-year-old Jeon starred in popular television drama like the Moon, which embraces the sun and love in the moonlight.
He also starred in the upcoming film The King's Letters, which will be released in July.
According to police, Jeon was found in a hotel room in Jeonju, 240km south of Seul, around midday. He apparently went into the room alone.
Her manager then called urgent help. No suicide message found.
Korea's News Herald says the actress was in town for work and should stay for two days.
The police will conduct further investigations, Yonhap reported.
Several prominent suicides and attempts in recent years on coverings in South Korea.
In May, actress and singer Goo Hara was hospitalized after suicide attempts. Her manager allegedly found him in a smoke-filled room in her home in Cheongdam, Seoul.
Fans mourned in 2017 after SHINee Kim Jong-hyun was killed in apparent suicide after being found unconscious in a rented apartment in the same neighborhood.
Police have found a 27-year-old singer after his sister urging emergency aid, saying she believes her brother is suicidal. He was taken to a nearby hospital but later died.