Fantagio has announced that its memorial space for ASTRO’s Moonbin will now be open through the beginning of June.
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Earlier this week, Fantagio stated that its memorial space honoring Moonbin, who tragically passed away last week, would be open until April 30.
However, on April 28, the company announced that it had decided to relocate the memorial space and postpone its closing until June 6.
Fantagio explained, “After taking into consideration the opinions of the many AROHA who found it difficult to visit the memorial space within the limited time period, we have decided to extend the visitation period until June 6, the 49th day since [Moonbin’s] passing, so that the memorial space can be used a bit longer.”
“We plan to prepare a new memorial space in a location where [mourners] can fully concentrate on [mourning,” said the agency. “Starting from April 28, the memorial space that was located at the front door of the Fantagio building, inside the parking lot, and behind the building will be gradually moved to the rooftop of the company building. As a result, the memorial space that we set up on one side of the parking lot will only be available for use until April 30, and we ask for your understanding in this regard.”
“We plan to keep all of the precious letters and gifts that you have left at all the memorial spaces, and in order for us to keep them undamaged, we plan to periodically remove and store them during the time that the [memorial space] is open,” continued Fantagio. “As there are numerous tenants in our building aside from our company, and it is a space that we all use together, we ask that you refrain from visiting other floors aside from the memorial space during this time.”