South Korean singer Park Bo-ram has died at the age of 30

K-pop singer PARk Bo-ram died in a hospital aged 30 after being found unconscious.

According to reports, the artist was at a bar in Namyangju with her friends on the night of April 11th.

“Park Boram passed away suddenly on April 11th. “We are deeply saddened to break the news and express our condolences to his family members,” said agency XANADU Entertainment.

But she went to the bathroom, arguing that she felt bad and would take a while to get back. Her friends then went looking for her and found Park Bo-ram unconscious at around 9:55 p.m.

In this way they called the emergency services and she was taken to a hospital.

The Korea Times newspaper said the artist was admitted to Hanyang University’s Guri Hospital but died around 11:17 p.m.

Police assured that they are investigating the incidents and will request an autopsy to determine the cause of death.

Park Bo-ram rose to fame in 2010 when, at the age of 17, he debuted in the second season of the television show “Super Star K”, in which he was one of the 11 finalists.

His first musical success was “Beautiful,” which he released in 2014 and which enabled him to have an active career. In fact, the singer released her new song titled “I Miss You Already” in March.

In this way, the artist became known in her country and began to convince audiences with her extraordinary voice and charisma on stage.

The management agency confirmed that PArk Bo-ram is preparing his new album to commemorate his 10-year artistic career and hopes to release it in the coming months.

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