After four years since the surprising death of Sulli, a Korean K-pop idol, Netflix has just released a posthumous documentary that captures the artist’s last words.
On November 13, Netflix premiered the posthumous documentary of the South Korean artist Sulli , who lost her life in October 2019. The production took a while to reach the platform due to several debates and questions in South Korea and other countries. However, the complete ‘Persona: Sulli‘ series is finally included in the catalog and features Spanish subtitles. Seeing the late singer on screen reminded me, once again, of the tragedy that the K-pop idol experienced during her life. In this note, we review how to watch the feature film focused on the actress.
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What is the documentary ‘Persona: Sulli’ about?
The series’Persona: Sulli ‘, directed by Jung Yoon-Suk, has two chapters. The posthumous documentary is the second episode and is titled ‘Dear Jenri’, in reference to Sulli‘s real name. It is a 100-minute interview with the K-pop singer. She talks about her childhood, her artistic career, and more details about her life. The images were collected in 2019, before her death.
The first episode of ‘Persona: Sulli’ is titled ‘Clean Island’. In this part, the story of a woman who lives in a slaughterhouse and has been alone for 12 years is told. Furthermore, she intends to emigrate to a better place, but first she must confess her sins.
What happened to the singer Sulli?
Sulli was the most famous Korean singer of the group F(x), a K-pop band from the SM Entertainment company. She decided to leave the girl band in October 2015 and continue her career as a solo artist. She also dedicated herself to acting and modeling.
On October 14, 2019, Sulli’s manager confirmed her death. She lost her life at the age of 25. It was learned that the artist was a victim of cyberbullying and received hate messages during her broadcasts on social networks.