K-pop singer Goo Hara was found dead at her home, Seoul police said on Sunday. The 20-year-old became known as a member of the K-pop group Kara, along with singers Park Gyu-ri and Han Seung, and after finishing his solo EP in Kara, dubbed "Alohara," he announced.
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Police are now investigating the singer's cause of death, the Independent writes. A few months ago, Hara posted troubling news on her Instagram account. There, she wrote, "I act like I'm not tired when I am, and I act like I don't feel pain when I feel it," and "After living in oppression for so many years, I look good on the outside, but it feels like I'm breaking inside. ".
One day ago, a Korean woman posted a photo of herself without makeup and lying in bed. She wrote, "Good night." Just six months ago, the singer tried to kill herself.
Goo Hara song "Choco Chip Cookies" (Video: Youtube)
Hara's death came just a month after the death of 25-year-old K-pop star Sulli. The singer was found dead in his apartment by a dead presenter. And she spoke more often about her mental health issues before she died. In a previous Insta post, Sulli said she was "suffering from panic attacks and social phobia."