The unfortunate death of Mexican composer Armando Manzanero has crossed the thousands of kilometers that separate the Latin American country from South Korea, where the South Korean media have released the news of his death.

Remarking the talent and greatness of the singer, the Yonhap News medium pointed out that “the legendary composer Armando Manzanero, who made more than 400 songs in his life,” “left a strong mark on the world of Latin music.”

The Mexican singer-songwriter died on December 28 at the age of 85 due to complications caused by COVID-19.

The Korean media named some of Manzanero’s most representative and important songs as ‘Adoro’, ‘I don’t know you’, as well as the song ‘We are boyfriends’, performed by Elvis Presley as ‘It’s impossible’.

The Mexican embassy in South Korea shared the news on their official Twitter account, where they also expressed their deepest condolences for this terrible loss of music not only in Mexico, but in the entire world.

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