Korean singer Park Bo-ram dies at 30


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Korean singer Park Bo-ram dies at 30

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(1st UPDATE) XANADU Entertainment says that the singer's autopsy showed no signs of suicide or homicide

MANILA, Philippines – South Korean singer Park Bo-ram died aged 30, her agency XANADU Entertainment confirmed on Friday, April 12.

XANADU Entertainment said the singer died on the evening of Thursday, April 11, and that her cause of death is “currently being investigated by the police.”

“We offer our deepest condolences to Park Bo-ram’s friends and family during this painful time. May she rest in peace,” XANADU added.

On April 15, the agency released another statement saying that an autopsy performed on Park Bo-ram showed that there were no signs of suicide or homicide.

“An autopsy was performed this morning to confirm the cause of death of the late artist Park Bo-ram. The autopsy showed no signs of homicide or suicide, and the exact results will be delivered to the bereaved family at a later date,” XANADU wrote, according to a translation from Soompi.

XANADU also asked that people refrain from spreading rumors and making speculations about the singer’s death.

“We sincerely pray for the soul of the deceased who unfortunately passed away, and we request that you refrain from circulating rumors and speculative reports so that the bereaved family can properly send off the deceased on her last journey,” the agency added.

Park was known for singing “Hyehwadong (or Sangmundong),” a popular song off the official soundtrack of hit K-drama Reply 1988. She debuted in 2014 with her hit single “Beautiful,” after appearing on Mnet’s audition show Superstar K2 in 2010.

Park was said to be preparing for her latest comeback, 10 years after her debut. – Rappler.com

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