South Korean singer Park Bo-ram dies at 30


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

The singer's agency, Xanadu Entertainment, said that Park Bo-ram died unexpectedly Thursday (April 12) afternoon.

According to the police, Park was with two other women at her acquaintance's house when she was found collapsed and in cardiac arrest. She was moved to the hospital but died at 11:17 p.m., about an hour later.

Police are investigating the exact cause of her death.

Park Bo-ram drew attention by appearing on Mnet's audition program Superstar K2 in 2010. She debuted with Beautiful in 2014, and the song ranked 19th on the annual chart that year.

Park released the new single I Miss You on April 3, only about 10 days before her sudden death. She was recently preparing for a full-length album, according to her agency. – The Korea Herald/Asia News Network

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