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Park Bo Ram dead at 30; police begin investigation

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The K-pop community is reeling from the shocking news of singer

Park Bo Ram

‘s untimely demise at age 30.
XANADU Entertainment, the agency representing Park Bo Ram, confirmed the heartbreaking news on the morning of April 12, revealing that the singer passed away suddenly on the evening of April 11.
In a statement, the agency confirmed, “It’s true that Park Bo Ram died on April 11,” adding that the circumstances surrounding her death are currently under investigation.

As there is no indication of the cause of her demise, police have reportedly begun their investigations.

Her death announcement is among the many shocking deaths in the K-pop industry over the past year. Just last year, singer and songwriter Nahee tragically passed away at the age of 24.

Moon Bin

, a singer from South Korean boyband Astro, was also found dead at his home in Seoul, at age 25. K-pop trot singer Haesoo also died at age 29, by apparent suicide.
In December, South Korean actor

Lee Sun-kyun

, best known for his role in the Oscar-winning film ‘Parasite’, made headlines around the world when he was found dead in his car in an apparent suicide. He was just 48.

This year also began with news of K-pop producer

Shinsadong Tiger

being discovered dead at his appartment. No cause of death was revealed at the time.
News of Park Bo Ram’s shocking demise had fans taking to social media to say, “Don’t know why but these youngsters dying out suddenly is pretty suspicious and heartbreaking. The Social pressures that come with being famous and all are sometimes too much for soft souls.”
Another concerned fan wrote, “Clearly they should take notes on the matter… Hopefully not another one on the list!!!. May she rest in peace and may her family find comfort!”
Park Bo Ram , who made her solo debut in 2014 with the track ‘Beautiful’. The song soared to popularity, clinching the 19th spot on the annual music charts that year, marking the beginning of a promising career in the music industry. Throughout her journey, she continued to enchant audiences with her hit tracks, including hits like ‘Celepretty’, ‘Sorry’, ‘Dynamic Love’, leaving an indelible mark on the Korean music scene.
In February of this year, Park Bo Ram joined forces with fellow artist Huh Gak for a duet titled ‘I Hope’, commemorating the 10th anniversary of her debut.
Tragically, her death comes ahead of her music comeback, with reports stating that she had plans underway for the release of her studio album later this year.

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