Veteran singer Song Min Do, who sang famous songs including “Blue Room” and “Katyusha’s Song,” died in the U.S. She was 100 years old.
According to Park Sung Seo, a popular music critic, Song Min Do died in LA on February 28.
According to Song Min Do side, the deceased died while staying in the hospice ward, and the funeral of the deceased will be held as a family funeral.
The late Song Min Do was born in Suwon, Gyeonggi-do in 1923, graduated from Ewha Girls’ High School, and in 1947, she applied for the first exclusive singer recruitment at the Seoul Central Broadcasting Station and began her career as a singer. She was greatly loved for her debut song “Hometown Cho” and attended a consolation performance for the South Korean military during the Korean War, and later released “Blue Room” and “Katyusha’s Song,” and more.
The deceased moved to the U.S. in 1971 and settled in LA, and also appeared in the 1,000th anniversary of KBS’s Gayo Stage in 2006. The deceased died on the same day after receiving hospice treatment for several years.
Our deep condolences to the loved ones of Song Min Do!