The Late Rottyful Sky Is the Composer of Kahi’s Comeback Song
It has been revealed that the late Rottyful Sky, (Kim Ha Neul or Hanul), who passed away on October 8, left behind one last song to be revealed through singer Kahi’s solo comeback.
On the morning of October 9, Kahi wrote on her twitter, “Rottyful Sky, Ha Neul is the composer Alice Sky who composed my comeback song, “It’s Me.”” The singer stated, “It’s Haneul’s first piece, and it has become her last.”
Kahi also wrote, “I will sing for Haneul, please remember Haneul,” and expressed her condolences by adding, “Please pray for Haneul and her family.”
The late Rottyful Sky was hospitalized at The Catholic University of Korea Seoul St. Mary’s Hospital’s intensive care unit when she lost her battle to brain tumor on October 8.
In 2001, the late singer debuted when she was 13 under the name Hanul and received the public’s love with her sweet debut song, “Gotta Be Kidding.” Although she had a long break as a singer, in 2010 she debuted through the new name “Rottyful Sky” under the production of actor and singer Ryu Shi Won.
After returning to the music scene, Rottyful Sky made musical strides by participating in the drama OSTs of the dramas “Midas” and “Scent of a Woman.”
The last time Rottyful Sky was spotted in public was when she attended actress Han Hye Jin‘s and soccer player Ki Sung Yeung‘s wedding last July. Even then, the late singer was receiving treatment for her brain tumor.
The posthumous work of the late Rottyful Sky will be revealed through Kahi’s comeback on October 10.