'Painful': Fan upset as 'Reply 1988' K-pop singer Park Bo-ram dies at 30 following a night of drinking with pals

'Painful': Fan upset as 'Reply 1988' K-pop singer Park Bo-ram dies at 30 following a night of drinking with pals
Park Bo-ram was with two friends at one of their homes when she went to the bathroom and was later found unconscious (Instagram/@ramramram2)

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA: 'Reply 1988' famed K-pop star Park Bo-ram has passed away at the young age of 30, according to multiple reports.

A police report stated the singer unexpectedly breathed his last on Thursday, April 11, following a private night of drinking with friends, during which she collapsed and was taken to the hospital, as reported by several South Korean outlets including AllKPop.

Bo-ram was reportedly with two friends at one of their homes when she went to the bathroom around 9.55 pm and remained there for a while. One of the friends eventually searched the house and found her unconscious, leaning over a sink.



 

Park Bo-ram suffered a cardiac arrest

According to The Korea Herald, Bo-ram was in cardiac arrest when she was found by her friends. Her pals dialed the authorities and attempted to revive her with CPR before she was transported to Hanyang University Guri Hospital.


 
 
 
 
 
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Bo-ram was later pronounced dead at 11.17 pm, per AllKPop. An autopsy will reportedly be conducted soon in an attempt to determine her cause of death.



 

Park Bo-ram's agency issued a statement after her death

Bo-ram's agency, Xanadu Entertainment, reportedly issued a statement on her death on April 12.

"Park Bo Ram suddenly left us on the late evening of April 11. Our hearts are deeply troubled as we deliver this sudden news to her fans," read the note, according to AllKPop.

 

"A wake and funeral proceedings will be scheduled after a discussion with the singer's family," the statement reportedly continued.


 
 
 
 
 
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Park Bo-ram's singing career

Bo-ram first earned her fame through her 2010 appearance on the singing competition series 'Superstar K2'.

Her official debut as an artist came in 2014 with her single 'Beautiful', which also hit No 2 in her native country.

Since then, she's hit the South Korean charts with songs including 'Celepretty', 'Sorry', 'Pretty Bae', 'Ordinary Love', 'Dynamic Love', 'Will Be Fine', and 'If You'.

Bo-ram released her new single 'I Miss You' less than two weeks before her death. According to The Korea Herald, she was also working on her first full-length album.


 
 
 
 
 
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Fans upset  to hear about Park Bo-ram's sudden demise

Internet reacted to Park Bo-ram's demise, with one tweeting, "RIP Park Boram, your voice, and songs will be remembered forever." Another wrote, "Listening to Reply 1988 OST won't be the same anymore RIP Park Bo ram."



 



 

"Rest in peace to Park Boram, thank you for moving so many of us with your beautiful voice and music," one fan tweeted and another said, "Thank you Park Boram for this wonderful song from Reply 1988. This song has been my comfort song whenever I want to be alone."



 



 

"R.I.P Park Boram It really makes it more painful when she was about to celebrate her 10th anniversary," wrote one. 



 

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