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Super Junior’s Heechul believed to be taking care of Sulli’s cat

South Korea also lead the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) with the highest rate of people who commit suicide.

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During a live broadcast recently, a Sphinx cat was spotted with Super Junior’s Heechul.

The Sphinx cat was spotted peeking his face out when Heechul held a live broadcast on YouTube to celebrate Super Junior’s 14th anniversary on 6 Nov.

It is believed that the Sphinx cat belongs to the late Sulli and that Heechul and Sulli had a close relationship that’s why the cat is now being taken care of by him.

On 14 Oct, Sulli took her own life in her residence and was believed to be pressured by cyber bullying.

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The 25-year-old former f(x) member’s death was classified as suicide by the authorities.

In South Korea, suicide is the fourth leading cause of death. The suicide rate in the country is at the highest level (10), according to the World Health Organisation.

South Korea also lead the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) with the highest rate of people who commit suicide.

It is reported that lawmakers of South Korea are proposing an act called the ‘Sulli Act’. It is proposed by nine members of the National Assembly and it will tackle the issue of cyber bullying.

Photo: Screengrab from Instagram

36-year-old Heechul, whose real name is Kim Hee-chul is a South Korean singer, songwriter and presenter.
Heechul is part of South Korean boy group Super Junior and is also part of subgroup, Super Junior-T and Universe Cowards with Min Kyung-hoon.
Previously he was part of Kim Heechul & Kim Jungmo.
Heechul debuted his acting career in 2005, acting in the second season of Sharp 2.
He hosted his first music show Show! Music Tank and appeared in commercials and host radio shows.
In 2006, after his Super Junior debut, he was in a car accident where he fractured his left leg so he couldn’t perform in the group’s strenuous dances but focus on singing only. /TISG

 

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