No signs of suicide, homicide in Park Bo-ram's death—agency

No signs of suicide, homicide in Park Bo-ram’s death—agency

/ 12:52 PM April 16, 2024

No signs of suicide, homicide in Park Bo-ram’s death, her agency says

Park Bo-ram. Image: Instagram/@ramramram2

XANADU Entertainment disclosed that its talent, Korean singer Park Bo-ram, did not die of suicide or homicide based on her autopsy results.

The talent management company said this through a statement released on Monday, April 15, as per Korean media outlet Soompi.


“An autopsy was performed this morning (April 15) 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,” it read, with the company opting not to reveal the cause of death.


It then asked the public for prayers for Park, requesting them as well to “refrain from circulating rumors and speculative reports” for the sake of the singer’s grieving family.

“We would appreciate it if you could pray for the late Park Bo Ram, who never let go of her passion for music and nurtured her dream, so that she can rest comfortably in a warm place,” it added.

Park’s wake is being held in Seoul. She will be brought to her final resting place at Seoul Memorial Park on Wednesday, April 17.

Park, best known for her songs “Hyehwa-dong” from “Reply 1988″ and “Please Say Something, Even Though It Is a Lie” from “W,” died last April 11 at the age of 30.

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