Okay-Pop artist Goo Hara discovered lifeless at house aged 28

Former member of South Korean girl group KARAPicture copyright
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The previous member of Kara had just lately staged a music comeback


South Korean singer and actress Goo Hara has been discovered lifeless at her house in Seoul, police say.

The 28-year-old is finest generally known as a former member of the Okay-Pop group Kara, which she joined in 2008.


Goo had additionally appeared on tv and launched music by herself.

Police say the reason for dying continues to be beneath investigation. She appeared at a sequence of comeback performances final week after being hospitalised in Could following an alleged suicide try.

The singer later apologised for inflicting “considerations and a commotion” amongst her followers over the incident. Studies stated her supervisor had, on the time, discovered her unconscious.

Goo was discovered lifeless about 18:00 native time (09:00 GMT) on Sunday in her house, the Gangnam Police Division was quoted by Yonhap information company as saying.

Her final submit on Instagram, shared along with her 1.5m followers on Saturday, was a photograph of herself in mattress with the caption: “Good evening”.

Her first solo EP, launched in 2015, peaked at quantity 4 within the Korean music charts. She had signed with a expertise administration company in Japan in June and launched a music named Midnight Queen earlier this month, Selection reviews.

Followers have been taking to social media to specific their shock and pay tribute to the singer.

Her dying comes simply over a month since one other former Okay-Pop lady band member, Sulli, was additionally discovered lifeless in a suspected suicide.

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Hara (second from proper) was with the group till they disbanded in 2016

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