South Korea female singer, Goo Hara, the former K-pop band member was found dead on Sunday in her house in Seoul, while her death is being believed a suicide by police.
The 28-year-old singer had been a member of the wildly popular K-pop girl group Kara, while her death news shocked a large of her fans. She had been recognized as Hara, who was part of the South Korean group at its early stages that helped usher in the K-pop global occurrence, at what time the band released its first album, “The First Blooming,” in 2007.
Hara started her solo career in 2015 after leaving the popular music band, released her debut of the EP “Alohara” (Can You Feel It?). She had been starred in several television shows and films.
The chief of the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency told addressing reporters that on Sunday, Hara was discovered dead by a maid, Lee Yong-pyo. However, investigators described they found Hara at the home a handwritten memo wherein she shared her despair.
The South China Morning Post reported that she had done a suspected suicide attempt in May as found unconscious. On the other hand, the South Korean singer had shared this summer through her Instagram page regarding her deal with Production Ogi, a Japanese management agency.
Hara had been released a Japanese-language dance song entitled “Midnight Queen” this month. She also had announced on Instagram about her a future tour to the Japanese cities like Nagoya, Fukuoka, Osaka and Tokyo for promotion of the single.
K-POP’S dark side, a string of suicides by K-pop stars has left South Korea confused. Hara had 1.6 million followers on her Instagram account, though her last post was a photo from this weekend that demonstrates her staring into the camera on a bed.
On her website, her name was Koo HaRa was born on 13 January, 1991, in Gwangju, South Korea, and explained her hobbies photography, reading and exercise.