25-Year-Old Singer Rottyful Sky Passes Away Due to Brain Tumor Struggles
Singer Rottyful Sky (otherwise known as Kim Ha Neul or Haneul) has passed away on October 8.
Rottyful Sky was admitted to the hospital for being brain dead but she had drawn her last breath on October 8. She was 25 years old. Sources reveal that the mortuary hasn’t been decided yet but the funeral location has been reserved.
Rottyful Sky was diagnosed with having a brain tumor last year. According to sources, she stopped all activities due to her illness. She was battling against her illness and a few months ago in July, she was seen attending Ki Sung Yueng and Han Hye Jin‘s wedding, looking like she gained some weight. It turns out, she gained weight from the medication and treatment for her tumor.
Rottyful Sky debuted in 2001 at the age of 14 under the name of Haneul. She debuted with her single, “Funny” and received love for her cute looks and unique performance. At the time, she was under the spotlight for being one of the few young, rising female solo artists along with BoA, Joanne, Dana and others.
In 2010, with the support of Ryu Shi Won’s management, she changed her stage name to Rottyful Sky and transformed into a singer/songwriter. Rottyful Sky participated in a couple of drama OSTs and received attention for her song “Blue Bird” for the “Scent of a Woman” OST.